Tag Archives: spatiotemporal analysis

Robust features in the 2014 USA forecast

Building on a previous discussion about a seasonal forecast product from NOAA Climate Prediction Center (CPC), I am still really curious about how robust the features in the seasonal weather patterns in the USA are. “Weather” in this case is … Continue reading

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CO2 trends from around the world

Time series are profilic in climate science. This is a dataset that shows the how a measurement changes over some period of time. The best known in our world is the global warming time series displayed as the globally-averaged surface … Continue reading

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Remembering the warmth with temporal averaging

It’s been cool in North Carolina and in Charlotte in August and September 2012, as I talked about on one of my posts. In that post, I said that if you really want to know whether the temperatures you are … Continue reading

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Cool in North Carolina, but not the USA

Between all the various climate excitement in the news – like record-low Arctic sea ice – temperature measurements continue to be collected. A really great webpage to actually examine the temperature data is at the NOAA National Climatic Data Center. … Continue reading

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