Introduction


The Blanket Effect is intended for others to learn about weather modification and its related subjects in an easy to understand way. Started in 2005, this blog is a work in progress as the technology advances

January 3, 2007

Recent Climate Statistics




(note: Above are current statistics for the United States. We include 2006 climate statistics for the U.S. from NOAA, sampling 3 states. For more states and statistics, click NOAA link:)

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Michigan Climate Summary:

The average temperature in November 2006 was 39.8 F. This was 4.0 F warmer than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 11th warmest November in 112 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.1 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.

2.73 inches of precipitation fell in November. This was 0.29 inches more than the 1901-2000 average, the 43rd wettest such month on record. The precipitation trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.11 inches per decade.

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TENNESSEE Climate Summary:

The average temperature in November 2006 was 49.4 F. This was 1.6 F warmer than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 34th warmest November in 112 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.1 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.

4.12 inches of precipitation fell in November. This was 0.09 inches more than the 1901-2000 average, the 48th wettest such month on record. The precipitation trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.14 inches per decade.

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OHIO Climate Summary:

The average temperature in November 2006 was 44.4 F. This was 3.1 F warmer than the 1901-2000 (20th century) average, the 19th warmest November in 112 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.2 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.

3.15 inches of precipitation fell in November. This was 0.41 inches more than the 1901-2000 average, the 39th wettest such month on record. The precipitation trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is 0.07 inches per decade.


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