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U.S. Climate: Warming Trend Continues

Posted by feww on April 10, 2011

U.S. had above normal temperatures and precipitation in March: NOAA

March temperatures and precipitation in the contiguous United States averaged above normal, according to NOAA.

  • The average temperature in March:  44.0ºF
  • Long term average (1901-2000) temps: 42.6ºF

March precipitation, save for record dry in Texas and other areas in the south and southwest, was 0.22 inch above the long-term average.

January to  March

  • Average Temps: Near-normal
  • Average Precipitation: Below-normal


Source: NOAA. Click images to enlarge.

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