Autumn 2016: Warmest in U.S. Weather History
Posted by Chris in Tampa
on 12/8/2016, 7:57 pm
|"The autumn of 2016 was the warmest ever observed in records going back to 1895 for the 48 contiguous U.S. states, according to data released on Wednesday by NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). The nation's average September-to-November temperature of 57.63°F was a full 1.05°F above the previous autumn record, set way back in 1963, and it was 4.08°F above the 20th-century average (see Figure 1)."|
Much of the Southeast was pretty dry.
In Tampa, at the airport, we got one hundredth of rain in November. On December 6th we got 33 times the amount of rain we got the whole month of November. (0.33 inches)
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Autumn 2016: Warmest in U.S. Weather History - Chris in Tampa, 12/8/2016, 7:57 pm
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