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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Janurary Warmest on Record: More Warm Weather to Come


NOAA is reporting:


"The United States had its warmest January on record, with an average temperature of 39.5 degrees F, which is 8.5 degrees F (4.7 degrees C) above the 1895-2005 mean of 31.0 degrees F, according to the NOAA National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. The higher than average temperatures resulted in a record low value of a temperature-related residential energy demand index NOAA regularly calculates for the nation."

THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR FEBRUARY-MARCH-APRIL (FMA) 2006 CALLS FOR WARMER-THAN-NORMAL CONDITIONS IN THE MID-ATLANTIC AND IN THE SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH-CENTRAL U.S. FROM CALIFORNIA THROUGH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO BE NEAR-AVERAGE FROM CENTRAL MONTANA WESTWARD THROUGH WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN OREGON. ELSEWHERE THERE ARE EQUAL CHANCES OF WARMER-THAN... COOLER-THAN OR NEAR-NORMAL TEMPERATURES DURING FMA. ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE ANTICIPATED IN HAWAII.

1 Comments:

At 12:51 PM, Blogger Melissa O. Markham said...

This is our fault. We finally found a sled that went in just a little snow or on ice, so now we have none at all...boo hoo...boo hoo!

 

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