The arrival of spring means that snowfall has or is about to melt in most of the United States. In this post, we look back at the 2018-2019 season to see how much snow fell, and if it was considered “snowier” than normal or not.
With 2018 over, it’s time to look back and see how weather stations stacked up against their period of record. This is an update to the temperature and rainfall characteristics analyzed before the year was over.
How are weather stations stacking up against its period of record for 2018? Last week we looked at precipitation. This week we will examine the temperature of the United States. Are we on pace for another record warm year? Or has cold in the northern US region changed the overall results. We explore the data in this post.
How are weather stations stacking up against its period of record for 2018? How many stations are having their wettest season, before the year is even over? How many stations are close to being wettest? We answer all of these questions in our first part of “2018 in Review”
Most Major League Baseball games take place in the summer, where temperatures are at their warmest. However, as fall approaches and October baseball commences, the temperatures cool as the bats heat up. We take a look at typical World Series game time conditions at all 30 MLB parks, and provide a brief insight into one of the coldest World Series to date.
Have you ever wondered which of the 32 NFL stadiums have the nicest weather days? This hard-hitting post tries to answer this question using weather and climate data.