A Slight Shift in the Pattern
In a change from the past two months, some previously dry areas were quite wet while a few previously wet areas were much drier. For instance, Bridgeport, CT, had its third driest August but its fifth wettest September 1-15 period. Average temperatures mostly continued where August left off - warmer than normal. For example, Philadelphia, PA, had a record hot August followed by its 12th warmest September 1-15 period.Read more in the NRCC Blog
After a slow start to the Atlantic hurricane season, the Atlantic is seeing a lot of activity in September. Hurricane Fiona is off the U.S. east coast and Tropical Depression Nine is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane before impacting Cuba and Florida. Tropical Storm Gaston is over the central Atlantic and two other disturbances are being monitored. See the National Hurricane Center for up-to-date information and our August webinar on forecasting the hurricane season.
Weather Station Data
Weather Station Data includes location-specific information, such as wind data, evapotranspiration, and daily almanacs.
CLIMOD 2 is a user-friendly website to find single-station and multi-station climate products for locations accross the country. For example, the Seasonal Ranking report produces a graph and table of extremes or other summaries for a specified period for each year.Go to CLIMOD 2
State & Regional Analyses
These provide several map types, regional climate summaries, snow survey data, and drought information.
The Monthly Maps offer a variety of monthly precipitation and temperature departure maps for any given month for the Northeast region or a selected state.Go to Monthly Map page
Analyses for Industry
Analyses for Industry shows products the NRCC has created through partnerships with various industries.
Extreme Precipitation in New York & New England includes tables of estimated precipiation amounts for a range of durations and frequencies, IDF graphs, and classication of extreme events.Go to Extreme Precipitation Page
Climate Change Resources
Climate Change Resources includes normal difference maps as well as climate links.
Climate Links offer an abundance of resources for the Northeast across multiple sectors …Go to Climate Change Resources page
Webinars & Workshops
Webinars & Workshops provides recordings and presentations from the monthly webinar series, as well as information on past and upcoming workshops.
The Northeast Regional Climate Center hosts a monthly webinar series with NOAA affiliates to address timely weather and climate concerns.Go to Monthly Webinars
Publications & Services
Publications & Services includes the NRCC blog, quarterly outlooks, as well as other reports and publications.
The Quarterly Outlooks are 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.Go to Quarterly Reports