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Here, I defend the decency and servitude of the linear trend. Duct tape and seesaws: Climate trends 101 | NOAA
Happy #EarthDay! At , we love bringing you tons of info about our planet's climate + how we are changing it. Like how March 2020 was 2nd warmest March on record, continuing a 423 month streak w/ temps above the 20th century average.
Welcome everyone to our tweet chat with three experts on #smoke and #wildfires taking part in the + FIREX-AQ campaign. Wondering what that is? Ask our experts! But make sure to tag your questions with #ClimateQA But first, some introductions:
From giant hailstones to the most snow in a day, state extremes show us just how BIG the weather can get - NOAA #StormHour
It was a hot and record-breaking Memorial Day weekend across the southeastern United States as temperatures reached the triple digits. Learn more in the latest Event Tracker post at .
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Explore this interactive map of extreme events and anomalies in 2017. Part of 's State of the Climate coverage. #StateofClimate2017
We at wondered, what is the latest date that snow has fallen in different parts of the U.S.? Find out what that date is for your region with this interactive map.
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Warming may increase risk of rapidly intensifying hurricanes along U.S. East Coast | NOAA
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Climate conditions behind deadly October 2017 wildfires in California | NOAA
Research cruises reveal global warming reaching the deep Southern Ocean | NOAA
Climate conditions behind deadly October 2017 wildfires in California | NOAA
Let's start off this week with a question: When is temperature the leading driver of drought & when is it a response to dry conditions? This is no riddle - we worked with NOAA 's MAPP team to find out!
Hi Dennis - I am a climate scientist and I advise . We have known that the gravitational pull of other planets affect the earth's orbit since the 1920s. Learn more here: Then watch:
Models and fossils face off over one of the hottest periods in Earth's history | NOAA
NOAA’s Says Natural Wetlands, Tropical Ag Responsible For Methane Increases, Not Oil & Gas
For all those winter recreation folks (looking at you ) - a look at #climate and #skiing from and .
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There's still life at even in this stifling moment for federal climate science. Keep it up (and keep visiting to make sure this site keeps ticking. Celebrate CO2 pioneer Eunice Foote; prep for gullywashers; emissions = lives. #sustcomm
My latest nonsense. It's not the heat; it's the humidity | NOAA
Climate Change: Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide | NOAA / CO2 concentration up 1% in the last year #CoveringClimateNow
November 2017 La Niña update: She’s back! | NOAA
The extent and rate of sea ice decline in the Arctic is unprecedented over at least the past 1,500 years. From
Click before you judge. ;) "The polar vortex is going to make you put on a sweater. Be afraid. Be very afraid." | NOAA
I'm looking forward to this tomorrow! tweet chat: Talk with experts about ongoing NASA/NOAA field campaign to study smoke from wildfires and agricultural burning | NOAA
Forecast is for El Nino this fall/winter: NOAA
NOAA profiled a number of women for #WomensHistoryMonth Here is my conversation with them. We touch on role models, juggling family & career, & more. Thanks, ⁦⁦⁩ #WomeninSTEM | NOAA
I'm looking forward to this tomorrow! tweet chat: Talk with experts about ongoing NASA/NOAA field campaign to study smoke from wildfires and agricultural burning | NOAA
For when your kids ask...'What's the hottest Earth's ever been?' | NOAA
FYI, an error in you piece. The blog post you reference as a NOAA view says: "Posts reflect the views of the bloggers or guest contributors themselves, not necessarily those of , NOAA, or NCEI." That is good because it miscite NCA on US drought & flood.
NOAA publishes the attribution claim but at the same time takes not responsibility for it: "Posts reflect the views of the bloggers or guest contributors themselves, not necessarily those of , NOAA, or NCEI."
If carbon dioxide hits a new high every year, why isn’t every year hotter than the last? | NOAA
Research cruises reveal global warming reaching the deep Southern Ocean | NOAA #SouthernOcean #Ocean #Climate #SDG14 #SDG13
in the name of taxpayer-supported websites for US teachers, & are surviving (self)censorship on #climatechange = in fact, now w 700 entries & >68,000 page views in May (up 50% from May 2017) by
My take on this year’s #polarvortex split: How winds miles above the Arctic may have brought wintry weather to mid-latitudes | NOAA
The atmosphere and Arctic sea ice: Who’s the dog, and who’s the tail? | NOAA
The Madden Julian Oscillation has been active so far this winter. Here is why it matters. | NOAA
2017 U.S. billion-dollar weather and climate disasters: a historic year in context | NOAA
Chocolate facing extinction by 2050. Climate & Chocolate | NOAA