Data


      Below are files - data sets - in Excel (XLS) format.  Most are about summer daily high temperatures in US places.
     More generally, the files are arranged in 12 groups: CO
2, Drought, Food, Ice, Permafrost, Sea Level, Energy, Electricity, Oil & Gas, Transport, Global Temperatures, and US Temperatures.  Date of publication or most recent data year is shown for many.

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CO2 GT, PPM, ∆°C, SLR Scenarios - by Gene Fry, updated March 2017 - XLS spreadsheet models + graphs (see below 

     About 1/3 of the atmospheric warming observed since 1980 is due to albedo changes.  Those include feedbacks from more water vapor in the air due to the albedo changes (a darker Earth), mostly as Arctic sea ice and industrial sulfur emisions shrank, and probably low-altitude cloud cover too.  Snow and land ice loss albedo effects were much smaller.
     A smaller amount of atmpospheric warming, especially 2014-16, is due to feedback from warmer ocean depths. 

     The scenarios above use trends in cloud coverage data (see just below) from the American Metereorological Organization’s 2013 State of the Climate report.  Reanalysis of the data, shown in the AMO's 2014 report, indicate a trend close to zero.  AMO’s 2015 report shows a trend before 2000, but a trend after that is murkier.ny  The scenarios have not yet been redone to reflect the AMO re-analysis.  CO2 levels, temperatures, and sea level rise will be substantially lower if cover cover is pretty unresponsive to temperature changes.

With Cold Turkey Case Included

Coverage - World Cloud, N Hemi Snow, Arctic Ice - 30+ years of data & regression analysis trends by year and ∆°C.  

Arctic Sea Ice Extent, daily since 2002

Arctic Sea Ice Volume, by Month

 US CO2, Coal, Oil, kWh x Yr.  Note that more recent data is embedded in the slide show.

CO2

CO2 by Nation, 1980-2015  (USDOE - EIA, Nov. 2017 update)

CO2 Removal Quantity & Price, over Future Time, Summary - NAS 0215

Global CO2 Emission Trends - 2013 Report - Dutch - PDF, 64 pp

CO2 by Nation, Cumulative from 1900     Note: Latest cumulative data is just embedded in graph in slide show.

2010 CO2 Emissions by Nation, by Australia 

Dutch Int'l CO2 Summary thru 2008

Drought

US Drought Index by Week

US Drought Index by State

Food

World Food Prices 2005-14

Food Prices 1992-2011.  Note: More recent food prices are embedded in a slide in the main PPT show.

World Food Price Indices by Month 1990-2012

Cereal Yields (kg per hectare) for Leading Nations 2008-12

Crop Response to Temp & CO2 

% Crop ∆ by Locale w +CO2, °C

Livestock in China, Africa, US 

     See also annual production of wheat, rice, corn and soybeans for China, India and the US - as an Additional Slide in that slide show.  The graphs are at the top of the Food page.

Permafrost

Permafrost Articles: Summary of Quantities, etc.

Carbon per Acre, Permafrost vs Rainforest, Worksheet

Sea Level

Sea Level Rise: US Area Vulnerable to Complete Ice Melt

Sea Level Rise - Polar Melt, What If (Worst Case?) to 2100 - worksheet in progress

Energy

Energy Use by Big Nation 2002-12

Energy Use per Capita, Big Nation by Year

GDP per Energy Use, Big Nation by Year

US Energy Use by Sector & Year

US Energy Use by Source, Year

World Energy Use by Fuel or Source, by Year

Energy - Electricity

US GWh by Resource, 1973-2017

Hydroelectricity by Nation 2011

MA Electricity Savings 1989-2002

NEEP MWh Savings by Program Type

Nuke Stats, World

Res kWh Sales+ by State & Utility

Renewables 2050

US Annual Electric Sales by Sector

US Coal Stats 2003-09

US Electricity per Capita, by Year

US Home kWh Sales by State

US MW by Source, thru 2011

US MW Capacity 2010

US MW Capacity 2007 

US MW Capacity 2004

US PV Price & Quantity

US PV MW Installed 1998-2008

World Renewable Electricity, 2002-12

US Renewable GW by Source, thru 2011

World Renewable Electriicty 2008-20

World Solar MW Leaders

World Wind Capacity & Energy.xls

Energy - Oil & Gas

US Oil Imports thru 2011.  Note that more recent data is embedded in the slide show.

Oil Stats by Qtr, 2006-10

US Oil Use, 1981-2009 

US Natural Gas Use 2001-09

World Crude Oil Production by Year & Nation

World Crude Oil Production by Year & OPEC Nation

Energy - Transport

2012 MPGs for US Vehicles

Bicycle Sharing City Leaders 2013

Cars & Oil Use by Nation

US Btu per Ton-Mile, by Mode

US Hybrid Electric Vehicle Sales

US MPG by Year & Class

US MPG, 1973-2007

US New Car Fuel Efficiency Standards

US Vehicles MPG Worksheet

Temperatures - Global

Global Temperatures - Land, Sea & Combined - NASA, thru 2017

Land-Sea Temps by Latitude - thru 1216

Land Temps by Latitude - thru 1216

NOAA Ann Temps - thru 2017

UKMO Ann Temps - thru 2016

Compare 3 Global °C Datasets - NOAA & NASA thru 1216

Pliocene PPM CO2 & Temps

450K yr vs CO2, Vimeux

Where the Heat Goes

June-Sept Temps, World 1978-2012

Radiative Forcings 1880-2015

                      Temperatures, World - Analysis

∆°C, CO2, SO4, CH4, Sun 1880-2016

450K yr vs CO2, Vimeux

∆T, CO2, Sun, SO4 thru 2012

∆T, CO2, SO4, Sun thru 2009

Temps, CO2, SO4, Sun thru 2004

US Temperatures & Analysis

Original 26 Places

26 US Places Summer Highs Warming Summary & Charts 1975-2015

     The XLS file above includes a fuller version of the graph shown on the Home page, plus annual data for each of the 26 places, and the trend analysis for them jointly.
     For just the original 26 places (above), the urban heat island effect actually shrank over this period.  The average urban heat island effect for the 128 cities (below) grew slightly over 1975-2015, but more slowly than for the US as a whole.

     The story is quite different for summer lows and winter lows.  See the bottom of this page.

330 Contiguous State Places + 18 Non-Contiguous Ones

US, Contiguous, Places Summer Highs Warming Summary 75-15

     The file above includes annual data for all 348 places, regional data based on a subset of 119, regression analyses and graphs, even °C versions.  330 of the places are in the contguous U.S., 14 in Alaska, and 4 in Hawaii.












Map of the 348 Places



     Summers in 100% of states (averaged across each’s places) warmed over 1975-2015 and 1995-2015.  92% of the 348 places warmed during the 41-year period and 95% during the more recent 21-year part of it.

States Warming Summary 1975-2015


Years Till as Hot as Las Vegas.  Table below is from States tab.

348 Cities ∆°F Rates

     The fastest summer warming places (1995-2015), 1st to 10th (see tab in above file) were Elko NV, Bluefield WV, Rock Springs WY, Colorado Springs CO, Laredo TX, Vernal UT, Hanford CA, Twin Falls ID, Fallon NV, and Lewiston ID.  The 2nd 10 were Bozeman MT, Reno NV, Laramie WY, Scottsbluff NE, Liberal KS, Austin TX, Durango CO, Missoula MT, Gage OK, and Denver CO.  Fresno CA, Enid OK and Dodge City KS also warmed at more than 20°F per century over the 20 years.  Summers in San Angelo, Lukin and Paris TX warmed between 18 and 20°F per century.  So did Greeley CO, Boise & Idaho Falls, Great Falls MT, Phoenix, and Clemson SC.

     The fastest summer cooling place (1995-2015, see same tab in above file) was Bartow (Winter Haven) FL.  It was followed by Eureka (Arcata) CA, Tucson AZ, Wenatchee WA, Marquette WI, Valdez AK, Houma LA, Talkeetna AK, Glendale AZ, and Juneau AK.  They were followed by Los Angeles and 7 other places.  Among large places, San Jose CA, Sacramento CA, Chicago (MDW), and Cincinnati warmed the slowest.

     Below, the 348 US Places, sorted by year summers grow as hot as Las Vegas now (if 1995-2015 trends, column 6, continue).  Rates are also shown for 1975-2015 and 1975-95 (columns 3 & 4).

Below is more data (same file, different tab) on the 348 places, sorted alphabetically by state, then city.

’12 = 1/X Yrs   means   IF climate is not changing, how many years till 2012 summer heat is expected to recur.
Yrs to 50/50   means   IF climate is changing, how many years of continued warming it takes until 2012 summer highs are the expected ones, the “new normal."

 

Regions Analysis

119 Contiguous State Places + 9 Non-Contiguous Ones
trends, based on average of 122 daily summer highs, June 1 - September 30


128 Cities ∆°F Maps 41 & 21 Yrs

     The temperature rise map over 1975-2015 for the 119+9 places is also on the Heat page: Heating - Now - US Cities.

US Total Warming Summary 

(includes data for each of 119 places, national regression analyses, and national graph)

     This file is the 2nd table below, including embedded formulas.  ’12 = 1 / X Yrs means how many years till the heat experienced in the summer of 2012 is likely to recur, if climate is not changing.  2012 warming near the coasts was nothing out of the ordinary (and cooler than usual in some places - including states Alaska and Hawaii and cities Oakland, Astoria, Boston - and almost cooler than normal in the South Atlantic and West Coast states generally).
     

   Yrs to 50/50 means how long till 2012 heat becomes the New Normalif climate is changing.  Statistically, the number of years till then depends partly on the city (or region)-specific standard deviation of the average of 41 (or 21) “summer" daily high temperatures from the corresponding average of the 122-day (June 1 - Sept. 30) “summer" averages.

    And at the right is the update after 2 more years.  Below that is the update summary for the regions and below that is the original summary by region and details by city just thru 2017.  In the past 2 years, warming increased in the West Coast, Northeast, East North Central and (barely) in the West North Central.  It decreased in the West South Central, Rockies, East South Central and (barely) South Atlantic.

thru 2017

thru 2015

 

     A template file for individual places is found here: Template µ Summer Hi's 1975-2015.

West North Central Warming Summary

     The regional Summary files, like the West North Central one above, have annual data for each of its cities, a regional regression analysis, and a regional graph.  Files for each of the individual cities in the region are below the set of graphs for the region’s cities.  Each city / place XLS file below includes its own graph, gathered here.

 

Fort Dodge IA         Chanute KS          Salina KS           Duluth MN             Benson MN                Rolla MO          
 St Joseph MO        St Louis MO
         Minot ND            Norfolk NE             North Platte NE         Huron SD


West South Central Warming Summary

     Ada OK               Enid OK              Tulsa OK
     Abilene TX          Austin TX            Corpus Christi TX
     Del Rio TX          Fort Worth TX      Galveston TX
     Lufkin TX             McAllen TX           Midland TX 
     Pampa TX           Paris TX               San Antonio TX
     Waco TX

     At right is Worksheet to convert daily weather data to monthly average weather data.


Rockies Warming Summary

  

Flagstaff AZ    Tucson AZ          Yuma AZ       Aspen CO       Denver CO         Durango CO

Pueblo CO      Twin Falls ID      Butte MT       Havre MT        Roswell NM       Santa Fe NM

Fallon NV        Las Vegas NV    Ogden UT     Vernal UT        Gillete WY



East North Central Warming Summary

Chicago IL (ORD)     Moline IL
Urbana IL           Evansville IN
S Bend IN      Battle Creek MI
Marquette MI       Saginaw MI
Canton OH       Cincinnati OH
Toledo OH        Eau Claire WI
Sheboygan WI       Elkins WV       Indianapolis IN

East South Central Warming Summary

     Dothan AL               Mobile AL             Fayetteville AR           Pine Bluff AR           London KY               Houma LA
     Monroe LA              Natchez MS          Tupelo MS                  Bristol TN                Jackson TN              Memphis TN

South Atlantic Warming Summary

 

Bartow FL          Daytona Beach FL    Fort Myers FL       Homestead FL     Tallahassee FL
Atlanta GA         Brunswick GA           Macon GA             Rome GA
Hickory NC        Rocky Mount NC      Wilmington NC       Clemson SC        Florence SC
Hampton VA      Herndon VA (IAD)      Roanoke VA


Northeast Warming Summary

 

Hartford CT       Boston MA
Baltimore MD    Bangor ME
Millville NJ         Newark NJ
Albany NY         Buffalo NY
Elmira NY          Islip NY
Purchase NY    Altoona PA

                                                                                                            Erie PA              Reading PA     Barre VT.

West Coast Warming Summary

Burbank CA    Santa Maria
Fresno            
Santa Rosa
Hanford          
Yuba City
Irvine               
Astoria OR 
Modesto          Medford
Oakland          Salem

                                                                        San Diego       Burlington WA     Spokane

Alaska & Hawaii

Alaska Warming Summary    
Barrow AK    Northway
Fairbanks     Sitka AK
Homer AK    Valdez AK
Nome AK


Hawaii  Summary          Hilo HI          Lihue HI

      

Analysis by State

States Warming Summary 1975-2015

In addition to what is shown below, more data and graphs will follow in May and June 2016.

US Temperatures & Analysis, Some States in More Detail

     To see a graph for individual city below, open the file with its name.  Other places in each state are among the region places above.

   Texas Warming Summary                                                               California Warming Summary   
Texas Composite Graphs                                                                California Composite Graphs

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15                              
Abilene  
          +7.6  -9.5 +17.6  Lubbock +10.1 +10.3 +10.5  Bakersfield  +2.5   -6.3 +13.6  Palm Springs +19.8 +49.7 +5.1
Austin            
+13.8 +9.1 +21.4   Lufkin      +11.7 +1.3 +18.7  Bishop       +12.0 +12.4 +12.0  Redding       +14.5 +22.9 +14.9
College Station +10.3 +7.1  +6.6  McAllen     +8.6 +9.5   +9.1  Burbank       -0.5    -8.2   +9.1  Sacramento  +5.6 +20.3   +1.3
Corpus Christi  
+9.3 +0.8 +11.1  Midland     +9.8  -1.3 +10.1  Eureka         -0.4    -4.7    -8.0  Salinas           +3.4    -1.1   +7.2
Dallas DAL       
+6.5 -8.2 +11.1  Pampa      +0.3 -15.4   +3.1  Fresno         +9.0   +5.5  +20.4  San Diego      -3.3  -11.3  +11.9  
Del Río          
+10.9 +10.1 +5.2  Paris       +13.6   -0.9 +18.2  Hanford       +9.4   +3.9 +26.5  San Francisco +4.8 +8.6    +7.1
El Paso         
+5.3  +0.2 +11.4 S. Angelo  +14.3  +8.7 +18.8  Imperial       +8.9   +7.5   +2.9   San Jose        -4.1   -2.1   +0.6
Fort Worth     
+5.1  -9.7 +11.4 S. Antonio +12.0 +18.6 +13.4  Irvine          +4.9   +2.2 +17.5  Sta. Barbara  +2.4 +14.2   +1.1
Galveston      
+7.0  +4.6  +9.4   Tyler         +3.8  -13.2 +17.6 Los Angeles +0.2    -4.9    -1.2   Santa María  +3.7   -6.7 +15.1
Houston IAH  +8.2  +7.5  +6.8   Victoria   +12.6 +11.5 +14.8  Modesto      +9.0 +10.5 +12.8   Santa Rosa   +3.1   -0.2   +2.9
Killeen            +6.7  +8.1   -0.5   Waco        +6.4   -2.4 +17.1  Oakland      +7.0    -4.5   +9.6   Truckee        +8.8 +16.9   +0.6
Laredo        
+12.7 +3.9 +26.8 Wichita Falls +6.5 -14.4 +13.7  Ontario        +3.7    -5.6 +14.3   Yuba City      +5.9   +5.0   +7.3

Florida Warming Summary   New York Warming Summary   New England Warming Summary   Kansas Warming Summary
Florida Composite Graphs     New York Composite Graphs  New England Composite Graphs    Kansas Composite Graphs                                                                                                                                                          

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15                              

Bartow             -4.6   -1.5    -8.8  Albany         +7.3  +5.4 +10.1  Bangor      +6.6 +13.3    -0.0   Chanute      +4.3 -15.9 +15.4
Daytona Bch   
+5.4  +4.0   +6.7  Binghamton +4.9  +3.1   +5.1  Barre         +7.5  +4.7 +14.3   Dodge City +3.8 -18.9 +20.3
Ft Lauderdale +3.2  +1.5   +3.0  Buffalo         +6.3  +5.1   +5.2  Boston       +3.6   -0.8   +8.4   Emporia      +2.8 -17.9   +9.1
Fort Myers      
+1.6   +8.8  +4.1  Elmira          +5.0  +4.3   +4.8  Caribou      +8.3   +4.8   +6.5   Goodland    +7.9   -7.7 +17.8
Ft Walton Bch +3.7   -3.1   +3.8  Islip             +8.3  +9.0 +10.2  Groton CT   -4.7 -16.2 +17.9   Hutchinson  +3.0 -17.5 +16.5
Gainesville
      +2.3   -9.2 +10.0  Newburgh +10.0 +15.7    +1.1  Hartford     +6.7  +1.6    +9.4    Liberal        +9.5   -9.1 +21.6
Homestead     +2.6 +13.2  +0.1  NYC: JFK   +8.4   +5.6  +14.2  Hyannis     +5.8   +0.4 +11.7    Manhattan   +1.1 -12.1   +9.3
Jacksonville    +2.5   +4.5  +9.5  NYC: LGA  +8.8 +14.3  +10.0  Manchester +1.6 +1.8  +1.1    Parsons       +0.5 -20.7 +11.2
Orlando           +3.6   -0.5  +7.4  Purchase    +7.0 +10.7   +7.2  Portland ME +6.1 +6.7  +5.0    Salina          +5.0 -11.1 +15.0
Sarasota         +2.5   -2.0  +8.1  Rochester    +3.7    -0.8   +5.5  Providence +6.6  +5.5   +8.9    Topeka        +6.1   -7.9 +13.2
Tallahassee     +7.9 +8.0 +11.5  Syracuse     +9.0  +6.6   +7.2  Worcester   +8.4  +1.6   +9.8    Wichita       +2.9 -14.2 +17.4
Tampa             +2.1  +4.1  +4.6 Westhampton +5.7 -7.0 +17.3
W Palm Bch    +5.5  +5.2  +6.3

Pennsylvania Warming Summary    Ohio Warming Summary     Missouri Warming Summary    Illinois Warming Summary
Pennsylvania 
Composite Graphs     Ohio Composite Graphs     Missouri Composite Graphs     Illinois Composite Graphs

   

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15 

Allentown     +6.6   +4.3 +11.0   Canton      +7.7  +8.4 +13.6   Columbia    +2.0   -9.3   +9.6  Carbondale       -2.4  -7.2   +4.1
Altoona
         +6.8 +12.2  +5.3   Cincinnati  +2.3   -0.0   +1.4   Joplin          +5.2   -8.6   +8.1  Chicago MDW  +6.6 +2.9   +1.4
Bradford       
+6.2   +5.6   +7.0   Cleveland +5.7  +7.4   +6.6   Kansas City -1.0  -16.3  +5.9  Chicago ORD    +2.5  -1.8   +3.7
Erie      
         +7.8 +14.6  +5.8   Columbus +7.9   +9.7   +7.2   Kirksville     +0.2   -4.9   +9.6  Moline                +2.7   -1.5   +5.2
Harrisburg    
+6.9 +10.4   +2.3   Dayton      +3.3  +3.5   +7.0   Poplar Bluff +9.0  +2.0 +10.3  Peoria                +5.3 +1.6 +10.8
Philadelphia 
+7.7 +13.7 +10.8   Findlay      +7.6  -0.9  +13.1   Rolla           +3.5   -8.9   +7.4  Quincy               +1.1 -14.1 +14.2
Pittsburgh     
+6.8 +19.6  +5.3   Mansfield  +7.1  +6.3   +9.0   Sedalia       +0.6 -14.0 +17.0  Rockford           +4.0   -1.6 +10.7
Reading
        +7.5  +4.7 +14.3   Toledo       +7.6  -11.6   -0.7   Springfield   +3.1 -13.7  +11.4  Springfield        +1.7  -1.7  +11.5
Scranton      
+9.6 +11.2 +15.2  Youngstown +5.2 +9.1  +6.8   St. Joseph  +2.1   -6.7    +4.2  Urbana             +3.0  +5.5   +8.9
Williamsport 
+8.0 +13.4 +11.0   Zanesville  +4.3  +7.0  +3.7   St. Louis     +4.0   -1.4  +16.0

Michigan Warming Summary       Iowa Warming Summary     Arkansas Warming Summary  Oklahoma Warming Summary    Michigan Composite Graphs       Iowa Composite Graphs     Arkansas Composite Graphs    Oklahoma Composite Graphs

  

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15

Battle Creek   +1.1 -15.0 +4.8 Burlington      +4.6  -0.4   -0.0  El Dorado     +7.4  -1.3    +9.4    Ada                -3.6  -15.5     -1.2
Detroit            +5.1  -0.7 +6.4 Cedar Rapids -0.0  -1.1   -1.2  Fayetteville   +2.8  -2.5   +7.5    Bartlesville     +8.0    -5.5 +10.1
Flint                +9.3 +5.2 +9.0 Des Moines   +3.0 -12.7 +16.7  Fort Smith    +8.6  +1.1 +17.4    Enid               +6.9 -11.1 +20.4
Grand Rapids +5.7 -4.2 +8.0 Dubuque       +2.2   -3.9    +3.4  Harrison       +6.0   -3.6   +7.7    Gage                +8.8 -11.3 +20.6
Lansing          +4.0  -2.7 +2.8 Fort Dodge    +0.5 -23.1   +7.9  Hot Springs  +5.2  +5.8  +3.2     Lawton           +8.3   -9.9 +14.1
Marquette      +5.7  +8.9  -6.7 Mason City     +1.8  -12.7   +9.9  Jonesboro    +3.7   -7.3  +7.7     McAlester      +7.6   -2.0   +9.0
Saginaw         +6.2  -0.1 +2.0 Ottumwa          -2.1   -7.8   +0.8  Little Rock    +5.6    -0.5   +9.8  Oklahoma City +7.5 -13.2 +17.2 
S. S. Marie     +8.1  -0.9  +7.7 Sioux City      +5.6   -4.2    +9.8  Pine Bluff      +5.6  +6.2  +5.0     Ponca City     +3.3   -6.2   +3.4
Traverse City +5.7 +5.0 +3.3 Waterloo       +4.1  +1.0  +2.5  Texarkana     +7.0  +2.7  +9.3    Tulsa              +6.4   -9.3 +16.2

Reminder: each individual place file includes its own 1975-2015 temperature data and graph.

Georgia Warming Summary     N Carolina Warming Summary    Dakotas Warming Summary    Virginia Warming Summary
Georgia Composite Graphs      N Carolina Composite Graphs    Dakotas Composite Graphs     Virginia Composite Graphs
                                              

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15
Athens         +8.1  +3.0 +16.8   Asheville     +2.3   +0.9 +10.5   Aberdeen       -0.9 -19.0  +9.9   Arlington       +4.4  -1.4 +13.8
Atlanta  
       +5.7  +8.6 +11.3   Charlotte     +7.9 +10.3 +14.0   Bismarck       +6.7   -5.8  +3.1   Charlottesv'l +3.7  -0.8   +7.6
Augusta
       +7.2  +7.6 +16.2   Fayetteville  +7.0   -4.2 +15.1   Fargo ND      +6.4   -1.3  +9.6   Danvillle        +5.6   -1.7 +14.2
Brunswick    -1.4 -12.7 +16.1   Greensboro  +6.5  +2.4 +16.4   Grand Forks  +3.5 -11.5  +8.1   Hampton      +3.1  +3.0 +17.9
Columbus    +4.3  +2.6   +8.7   Hickory        +3.0   -3.3 +10.7   Huron SD      +0.4 -23.1  +2.4   Herndon       +5.0  +6.9   +9.0
Macon         +4.5  -1.4  +10.3   Raleigh        +9.6  +1.3 +12.9   Minot ND       +5.4    -7.0  +9.9   Richmond     +5.0   -0.9 +17.7
Rome        +10.9  +3.5   +9.9   Rocky Mount +4.3 +1.1 +14.0   Rapid City    +7.4    -1.2  +7.2   Roanoke      +4.0   +3.5   +9.6
Valdosta      +9.4  +5.1 +15.3   Wilmington   +3.1  +0.6 +11.5   Sioux Falls    -0.4  -13.5  +6.7

Washington Warming Summary  Indiana Warming Summary  Colorado Warming Summary  Minnesota Warming Summary
Washington Composite Graphs  Indiana Composite Graphs    Colorado Composite Graphs   Minnesota Composite Graphs

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15
Burlington       -3.5  +2.3  +7.3  Evansville     +3.6  +4.0 +12.1  Aspen              +3.1 -6.6 +12.0  Bemidji         +0.7     -8.6   +5.3
Everett           +5.3 +30.7  +3.9  Fort Wayne  +4.1  +2.6 +11.1  Colorado Spr. +11.3 -4.2 +27.4  Benson         -4.3  -20.2   +4.2
Hoquiam        -0.1   +6.4  +2.8  Gary             +3.3 -16.8   +8.9  Denver           +15.0 -4.4 +20.5  Duluth          +9.1   +1.2 +15.3
Pasco            +9.6    -0.9 +15.7  Indianapolis +3.1  -0.5  +12.4  Durango        +13.3 -13.4 +21.1  Mankato       +3.2    -5.1    +9.9
Seattle          +7.9 +11.3 +16.8  Lafayette      -0.4   -0.1    -1.2  Grand Junction +5.8  -3.0   +8.2  Minneapolis +5.6 -11.4 +11.4
Spokane     +10.3   +5.4 +13.1  South Bend +2.2  +1.8   +8.9  Greeley            +2.7 -37.6 +19.6  Rochester     +1.6   -9.2 +14.9
Wenatchee   +0.7    +2.6    -7.2  Terre Haute +3.0  +5.5   +6.3  Pueblo             +5.7 -13.2 +17.6  St. Cloud      +7.8   -4.3 +11.3

Wisconsin Warming Summary Alabama Warming Summary  Louisiana Warming Summary  Nebraska Warming Summary
Wisconsin Composite Graphs
  Alabama Composite Graphs   Louisiana Composite Graphs   Nebraska Composite Graphs

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15
Eau Claire  +7.1 +1.0  +6.1  Birmingham +5.8    +6.2   +6.8   Alexandria     +9.2  +3.2 +14.7  Columbus      -4.2 -28.5   +8.3
Green Bay
  +7.2 +4.9  +7.7  Dothan         +5.3     -3.8 +12.4  Baton Rouge  +9.0  +5.2 +10.5  Grand Island +2.9 -13.2   +9.8
La Crosse  
+5.8 +4.1  +1.1  Florence       +8.8    +5.7 +16.8  Houma           -0.4   -4.8   - 3.1   Lincoln           +3.6   -8.4   +9.0
Madison  
   +3.6  -0.1 +10.4  Huntsville   +10.3     +7.6 +17.8  Lake Charles +9.7 +11.2   +5.8   Norfolk         +2.0 -11.4   +7.8
Milwaukee +6.4 +9.9  +4.7  Mobile               +4.1     -2.4   +7.3   Monroe        + 9.2   +1.1 +17.8   North Platte  +5.7   -3.9 +12.3
Sheboygan -1.8  -4.8   +3.0 Montgomery +10.4 +12.4 +13.7  New Orleans +5.6   +4.2   +5.0  Omaha          +1.6 -16.2   +8.8
Wausau  
    -1.4  -8.6   +1.9 Tuscaloosa     +7.3    -0.9 +12.6  Shreveport  +11.4   +7.5 +16.5   Scottsbluff     +5.7 -16.6 +21.9

NJ-MD-DE Warming Summary  Tennessee Warming Summary Arizona Warming Summary Mississippi Warming Summary
NJ-MD-DE Composite Graphs   Tennessee Composite Graphs Arizona Composite Graphs  Mississippi Composite Graphs

 

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15  

Baltimore      +4.9    +6.6   +6.2    Bristol           +9.5 +5.8 +15.4   Flagstaff   +5.3    -2.8 +14.8    Biloxi         +5.8   +3.3 +13.1
Hagerstown +7.2 +21.5   +7.4   Chattanooga +8.0 +4.9 +11.6    Glendale   -9.2     -7.1     -2.7    Greenville +6.3    +3.8    +6.1
Millville NJ   +3.4    +0.3   +4.4    Jackson        +2.7  -3.4   +8.7   Phoenix   +6.2    +1.8 +18.2    Jackson     +6.5   +0.9 +11.6
Newark NJ   +8.1 +19.7 +12.8    Knoxville       +5.4 +4.0 +10.3   Prescott   +4.4   +2.9 +10.1    Meridian   +5.6    +3.5   +9.2
Salisbury MD +4.6    +0.9 +12.9    Memphis       +4.9  +0.5 +11.4   Tucson     +4.2  +10.1   -7.3    Natchez    +6.5  +14.1   +6.8
Trenton        +7.2    +4.8 +17.9    Nashville       +7.0 +6.9 +13.1   Yuma       +4.6 +10.9 +14.4    Tupelo      +5.4    -5.2 +11.0
Wilmington  +6.0    +7.4 +12.2         

Montana Warming Summary   S Carolina Warming Summary    Kentucky Warming Summary   Oregon Warming Summary
Montana Composite Graphs    S Carolina Composite Graphs    Kentucky Composite Graphs     Oregon Composite Graphs

  

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15  

Billings           +8.2  -5.8 +17.0  Charleston +6.4   +6.2  +14.2  Bowling Green +6.3 -12.2 +11.9   Astoria     +4.1    +0.8   +5.7
Bozeman   +15.0 +3.6 +23.5  Clemson    +4.5    -1.8  +18.1  Lexington          +5.9  +5.3   +8.1   Eugene  +10.2   +6.6 +13.4
Butte          +11.9 +4.9   +8.3  Columbia   +7.4 +10.2  +15.1  London             +3.8   -1.6   +9.2   Medford   +5.4 +18.3 +15.5
Great Falls +10.6 -7.4  +19.5   Florence    +3.1   +1.1  +15.7  Louisville          +8.4  +8.8 +11.7   Portland   +8.9 +15.3 +11.0
Havre          +8.2 -13.1   +9.1  Greenville  +8.9   +8.7  +10.8  Paducah          +4.8  +6.1 +11.3   Salem      +9.5 +13.6 +17.1
Missoula    +13.9 +9.8 +20.6  

W Virginia Warming Summary   New Mexico Warming Summary  Wyoming Warming Summary  Utah Warming Summary
W Virginia Composite Graphs    New Mexico Composite Graphs   Wyoming Composite Graphs   Utah Composite Graphs .

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15
Bluefield    +14.9 +15.6 +28.1  Alamogordo   -0.1  -15.4   +1.8 Casper           +9.4  +3.4 +16.3  Cedar City      +4.4   -6.4  +9.5
Charleston   +6.0  +9.4 +13.7  Albuquerque +3.1   +3.5 +11.3 Gillette          +14.9  +6.8 +11.6  Ogden            +8.5  +1.6 +13.0
Elkins          
+8.8 +16.0   +8.1  Gallup           +9.4   +5.9   +9.7 Jackson            +1.7   -9.3 +11.9  Salt Lake City +7.9 +0.5 +14.7
Morgantown +5.2  +2.5 +10.3  Roswell       +12.8 +11.3 +11.6 Laramie         +9.7 -14.2 +22.3   Vernal           +10.9  -3.0 +25.6
Parkersburg +5.1  +4.7 +13.0  Santa Fe       +3.1   +1.1 +15.7 Rock Springs +10.1  -8.0 +27.5   

Nevada Warming Summary        Idaho Warming Summary           Hawaii Warming Summary       Alaska Warming Summary
Nevada Composite Graphs         Idaho Composite Graphs           Hawaii Composite Graphs        Alaska Composite Graphs

 

+°F/100 yrs '75-15 75-95 95-15
Elko           +6.5  -14.8 +30.8   Boise         +16.5 +16.1 +18.8   Hilo         +5.2   +5.1 +10.4   Anchorage      +7.7 +10.3  +0.4
Fallon        +9.7 +16.6 +23.9   Idaho Falls +11.8   +7.6 +18.1   Honolulu +1.8 +13.6   +3.1   Barrow            +9.6 +14.6  +9.3
Las Vegas +7.7   +3.5 +12.0    Lewiston    +13.8   +1.5 +23.5   Kahului   +3.6    -1.3 +11.2   Fairbanks        +3.3   +8.1  +3.8
Reno 
       +16.1   +7.1 +23.4   Twin Falls  +20.0 +12.3 +24.9   Lihue       +3.2   -2.8   +9.3   Gulkana           +3.2   -9,9 +11.6
Homer            +4.0   +1.0   +2.4
Juneau            +0.9   +3.1   -2.4
Nome              +0.4   -0.4   +7.3
Northway        +2.2   -4.6   +5.3
Palmer            +7.0  +1.0   +2.1
Prudhoe Bay +11.1 +21.8  +0.3
Seward           +4.5   -4.3   +2.7
Sitka               -1.9  -10.3   +6.5
Talkeetna       +4.3   +1.7    -3.0
Valdez             -5.4    -8.5    -4.3

US 26 Places Summer Lows Warming Summary & Charts 43-Yr

Aspen CO  Astoria OR  Baltimore MD  Bartow FL  Boston MA  Bristol TN  Butte MT  Canton OH  Duluth MN  Elmira NY  Enid OK  Evansville IN  Hampton VA  Hanford CA  Houma LA  Macon GA  Moline IL  Newark NJ  Norfolk NE  Oakland CA  Rolla MO  Roswell NM  Saginaw MI  Tupelo MS  Waco TX  Yuma AZ

US 26 Places Winter Lows Warming Summary & Charts 43-Yr

Aspen CO   Astoria OR  Baltimore MD  Bartow FL  Boston MA  Bristol TN  Butte MT  Canton OH  Duluth MN  Elmira NY  Enid OK  Evansville IN  Hampton VA  Hanford CA  Houma LA  Macon GA  Moline IL  Newark NJ  Norfolk NE  Oakland CA  Rolla MO  Roswell NM  Saginaw MI  Tupelo MS  Waco TX  Yuma AZ


by Gene Fry 2017