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15 Dec 2011   NOAA: Global temperatures 12th warmest on record for November; La Niña expected to continue through winter

15 Nov 2011   NOAA: Global temperatures 8th warmest on record for October; Strengthened La Niña conditions expected through winter

9 Nov 2011   NOAA greenhouse gas index continues climbing

8 Nov 2011   NOAA: October warmer than average in the United States

27 Oct 2011   NOAA study: Human-caused climate change a major factor in more frequent Mediterranean droughts

20 Oct 2011   U.S. dealt another La Niña winter but ‘wild card’ could trump it   - Devastating drought in Southern Plains likely to continue

13 Oct 2011   Global temperatures in September were eighth warmest on record    - Annual minimum Arctic sea ice extent second smallest ever recorded

7 Oct 2011   U.S. experiences warmer than average September

15 Sep 2011   Globe had eighth warmest August on record

8 Sep 2011   NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center: La Niña is back

8 Sep 2011   U.S. experiences second warmest summer on record

15 Aug 2011   Global temperatures were seventh warmest on record for July

8 Aug 2011   NOAA: Heat wave leads to fourth warmest July on record for the U.S.

4 Aug 2011   NOAA's Atlantic hurricane season update calls for increase in named storms

4 Aug 2011   Heat wave records shattered.

The heat wave baking the Central U.S. broke two more records: It was the warmest July ever recorded in Oklahoma City and Wichita Falls, Texas. The Oklahoma City average monthly temperature was 89.2 degrees F, while Wichita Falls averaged 92.9 degrees. Please take precautions to keep cool and well-hydrated.

3 Aug 2011   NOAA study: Slowing climate change by targeting gases other than carbon dioxide

21 Jul 2011   NOAA study: Increase in particles high in Earth’s atmosphere has offset some recent climate warming

20 Jul 2011   Dangerous heat grips Central U.S. - Forecast to also affect East

8 Jul 2011   NOAA: U.S. warmer and drier than normal in June

6 Jul 2011   Widespread flood threat to continue through summer

30 Jun 2011   Western Governors, NOAA agree to work together to improve climate services for the West

29 Jun 2011   Average U.S. temperature increases by 0.5 degrees F

27 Jun 2011   El Niño-Southern Oscillation and other climate patterns play a major role in 2010; 2010 one of the two warmest years on record

9 Jun 2011   Adios, La Nina.   ENSO-neutral conditions have developed and are expected to continue at least through the Northern Hemisphere summer 2011.

19 May 2011   NOAA hurricane outlook indicates an above-normal Atlantic season

19 May 2011   NOAA predicts below normal Eastern Pacific hurricane season

18 May 2011   NOAA expects a below normal Central Pacific hurricane season

18 May 2011   NOAA Administrator welcomes new climate science report

16 May 2011   April was seventh warmest on record

4 May 2011   April 2011 tornado information

14 April 2011   Earth had 13th warmest March on record

8 April 2011   NOAA: U.S. had above normal temperatures and precipitation in March

17 Mar 2011   Spring flooding underway, expected to worsen through April

8 Mar 2011   NOAA: U.S. temperature and precipitation near-normal in February

19 Feb 2011   Climate projections show human health impacts possible within 30 years

18 Feb 2011   NOAA: Another spring of major flooding likely in north central U.S.

16 Feb 2011   Study: Ozone layer’s future linked strongly to changes in climate

15 Feb 2011   NOAA: January 2011 ranked 17th warmest on record

24 Jan 2011   NOAA’s Louis W. Uccellini named President-Elect of the American Meteorological Society

20 Jan 2011   NOAA: Persistent drought to linger across southern United States

12 Jan 2011   NOAA: 2010 tied for warmest year on record








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