Mean Daily Average Temperature (2.80 MB)
Mean Daily Temperature Range (6.76 MB)
Mean Daily Maximum Temperature (3.43 MB)
Mean Daily Minimum Temperature (3.16 MB)
Record Extreme Maximum Temperature (3.00 MB)
Record Extreme Minimum Temperature (3.16 MB)
Last 32°F Temperature in Spring (1.08 MB)
First 32°F Temperature in Fall (911 KB)
Mean Dew Point Temperature (2.24 MB)
Mean Total Precipitation (7.49 MB)
Record Total Precipitation (9.58 MB)
Mean Maximum Daily Precipitation (4.83 MB)
Dates of First/Last Snowfall (1.56 MB)
Mean Total Snowfall (7.63 MB)
Record Total Snowfall (5.06 MB)
Mean Maximum Daily Snowfall (9.06 MB)
Mean Snow Depth (5.14 MB)
Other Climate Data
Mean Wind Speed (1.03 MB)
Tornado Tracks (5.03 MB)
Landfalling Hurricanes 1981–2001* (165 KB)
Landfalling Hurricanes 1950–2001* (219 KB)
Mean Number of Days with Heavy Fog (1.26 MB)
Mean Relative Humidity (3.58 MB)
Mean Sunshine Percentage (749 KB)
Spring Seasonal Vegetation Cover* (331 KB)
Summer Seasonal Vegetation Cover* (316 KB)
Autumn Seasonal Vegetation Cover* (321 KB)
Winter Seasonal Vegetation Cover* (310 KB)
For more information about the data sets (including a file name key) see the text document "atlaskey.txt". A copy of this document is included in each zip file.
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Glossary of Terms
Dew Point – the temperature that air must reach before condensation (vapor becomes a liquid) can occur.
Mean – average of a number of different amounts.
Median – the middle value in an ordered set of values.
Precipitation – any form of water particles that fall from the clouds and reach the ground. Examples are rain, snow, sleet, and hail. Fog, dew, frost, and clouds are not forms of precipitation.
Relative Humidity – how much water the air is holding divided by how much water the air is capable of holding.
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