The Australian Bureau of Meteorology offers the ability to view current or past observations, daily or monthly, for stations across the country. The page also offers daily/monthly statistics by station.
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Forecasters at the WPC and its predecessor organizations have been making Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts since 1960. Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts, or QPFs, depict the amount of liquid precipitation expected to fall in a defined period of time. In the case of snow or ice, QPF represents the amount of liquid that will be measured when the precipitation is melted. Precipitation amounts can vary significantly over short distances, especially when thunderstorms occur, and for this...
The global-scale Climate at a Glance (CAG) temperature anomaly data is derived from the Global Historical Climatology Network-Monthly (GHCN-M) data set and International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS). This tool provides an analysis of monthly and annual temperatures for the globe and is intended for the study of climate variability and change.
The Regional Climate Centers (RCC) Applied Climate Information System (ACIS) offers interactive charts with single- or multi-station capabilities. Station products include daily or monthly precipitation, temperature, snow depth, snowfall, heating degree days and cooling degree days observations.
NWS Graphical Forecast is an interactive map that displays current and forecasted meteorological products including: Temperature, Precipitation, Probability of Precipitation, Weather, Hazards, Dew Point, Relative Humidity, Wind Speed, Wind Gusts, Wind Direction, and Sky Cover.
As NOAA's primary station data set, the Global Historical Climatology Network (GHCN) is an integrated database of daily climate summaries from land surface stations across the globe, including a common suite of quality assurance reviews. NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) produces the GHCN data set.
GHCN contains records from over 100,000 stations in 180 countries and territories. NCEI provides numerous daily variables, including maximum and minimum...
The U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) is a systematic and sustained network of climate monitoring stations with sites across the conterminous U.S., Alaska, and Hawaii. These stations use high-quality instruments to measure temperature, precipitation, wind speed, soil conditions, and more. Information is available on what is measured and the USCRN station instruments.
Temperature and Precipitation observations are available at the Monthly, Daily, Hourly, and Sub-hourly datasets...
NWS provides a wide selection of forecast maps for temperature and precipitation for the next 12 hours to 6 days
Climate Index Reference Sequential (CIRS) – offers Climate Division (nClimDiv), as well as State, data for:
- Monthly Minimum, Avereage, and Maximum Temperature
- Monthly Accumulated Precipitation
- Monthly Percent of Average Precipitation
- Monthly Palmer Drought Severity Index (PDSI)
- Monthly Palmer Modified Severity Index (PMSI)
- Monthly Palmer Hydrological Drought Index (PHDI)
- Monthly Palmer “Z” Index (ZNDX)
- Monthly ...
A list of National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) temperature and precipitation products available at the National and Global scale:
National Products include: ASOS Temperature, Climatological Rankings, National Temperature Index, National Temperature and Precipitation Maps, Climate at a Glance, U.S. Percentage Areas, Weekly Divisional Products, and Statewide Temperatures
Global Products include: Global Temperature & Precipitation Maps, Global Surface...