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New Web Site

Welcome to the NRCC's new web site. Information previously found under the "About the NRCC" menu can now be found in the footer or under the "Publications & Services" link to the left. Items previously under "Station Data", along with the Daily Almanacs, are now under "Weather Station Data". "State and Regional Analyses" contains mostly the same products as that tab on the old web page, however, the information has been reorganized and the interface updated to reduce the number of clicks necessary to obtain the item of interest. "Specialty Pages" has been renamed "Analyses for Industry" and expanded to include some new pages. The most recent blog post and monthly webinar can be quickly accessed under the green tab to the left. Archives of each are available under "Publications & Services".

September - Consistent Temperatures, Inconsistent Rainfall

September was warm for all of the Northeast, but precipitation totals varied.

Read more in the NRCC Blog

Turf Grass

Weather for the turfgrass industry, including disease risk, turf and weed development, irrigation information, and heat stress.

Visit the Turfgrass page


CLIMOD 2 uses the Applied Climate Information System (ACIS) to produce single-station and multi-station climate products. For example, the Seasonal Ranking report produces a graph and table of extremes or other summaries for a specified period for each year.

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Climate Change Resources

An abundance of resources for the Northeast across multiple sectors …

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Monthly Maps

View a variety of monthly precipitation and temperature departure maps for any given month for the Northeast region or a selected state.

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Quarterly Outlooks

Seasonal climate highlights and outlook for the upcoming season for the Eastern, Region, Great Lakes, and Gulf of Maine. Published in March, June, September and December.

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