National Weather Service Forecast Offices produce daily and monthly climate summaries
for selected cities within their respective service areas. These climate summaries are available
through each office's local climate page.
National Weather Service Cooperative Weather Observations and certain airport
weather observations are collected and archived into a national database. This database (called NOWdata)
is updated daily and can be accessed and queriedhere.
The National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C., is the world's largest reservoir of archived climate and weather data. Official weather records date back to 1895. You can obtain certified weather information for a court case, building project or other purpose.
Global Summary of Day: Get global daily data for various elements, such as, temperature, precipitation, snow depth, wind speed, etc. at this site. It is updated weekly.
National Snow Analyses: Use interactive tools to obtain a variety of information about current and past snow conditions, including snowfall and snow depth. Information at this site is updated daily, and includes a 3 year archive.
NOAA and academic users have unlimited free access to the following sites below. Other users may need to pay a fee to access all available data.
Do you have any questions, comments or suggestions about the Climate Resources site? Please
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to climate, please contact the NWS Office in your