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September 17, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Western Region for June - August 2021.  Dated September 2021.

Temperatures were well above average across nearly the entire west and were record breaking in some cases.  Over 89% of the western U.S. is in drought, with 54% in extreme to exceptional drought.

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September 17, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Gulf of Maine Region for March - May 2021. Dated June 2021.

Summer was up to 2°C (4°F) warmer than normal, being record or near-record warm in some locations.  Summer precipitation ranged from 50% of normal to 200% of normal.

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September 17, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Southeast Region for June - August 2021. Dated September 2021.

There were few extremes in summer temperatures across the region. Precipitation varied greatly across much of the Southeast for the summer.

NOAA’s Regional Climate Services Program created these Climate Outlooks to inform the public about recent climate impacts within their respective regions. Each regional report contains easy-to-understand language, and anyone can access them through the Drought Portal.

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September 17, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Pacific Region for June - August 2021.  Dated September 2021.

During the June - August 2021 period, ENSO-neutral conditions persisted with a transition to La Niña conditions expected in the coming months with a 70 - 80% chance of La Niña continuing through the Northern Hemisphere winter 2021 - 2022.

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September 17, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Northeast Region for June - August 2021.  Dated September 2021.

The Northeast had its sixth-hottest summer at 1.5°F above normal. This summer was among the 20 hottest for all 12 states.  The Northeast had its 10th-wettest summer with 116% of normal rainfall. This summer was among the 20 wettest for seven states.

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August 31, 2021
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The National Weather Service Central Region developed 2021 Fall Hazard Outlooks in coordination with NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information and National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS); U.S. Department of Agriculture; High Plains Regional Climate Center; and National Interagency Fire Center's Geographic Area Coordination Centers. This outlook highlights the various Fall hazards that could occur and potential impacts across the Western U.S.

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August 31, 2021
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The National Weather Service Central Region developed 2021 Fall Hazard Outlooks in coordination with NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information and National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS); U.S. Department of Agriculture; High Plains Regional Climate Center; and National Interagency Fire Center's Geographic Area Coordination Centers. This outlook highlights the various Fall hazards that could occur and potential impacts across the Northern Plains.

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June 25, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Southern Region for March - May 2021. Dated June 2021.

On the whole, temperatures during Spring 2021 averaged quite close to normal in the Southern Region.  Spring 2021 featured more than double the normal rainfall amounts in many parts of the Gulf Coast from South Texas to Mississippi. Most of the region received above-normal precipitation.

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June 22, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Midwest Region for March - May 2021. Dated June 2021.

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June 21, 2021
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Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Missouri River Basin March - May 2021. Dated June 2021.

There were stark differences in both temperature and precipitation across the region this spring. Temperatures were, for the most part, near to below normal across much of the west and south, and near to above normal across the east.  Meanwhile, heavy precipitation fell across southern areas and little to none fell across the north.