National Overview - March 2014
Spring Divisional Trends

« National Overview - March 2014


Spring Divisional Trends

The following images show the long-term spring (March - May) trend by climate division for four major climate variables: average temperature, precipitation (rainfall plus liquid equivalent of snow), minimum temperature (typically the "morning low"), and maximum temperature (typically the "afternoon high"). The trend considers all 119 springs on record, from 1895 through 2013.

These trends are based upon the newly-released nClimDiv climate division data set.


Spring Average Temperature Trend
Divisional Trend for Spring Average Temperature
Spring Precipitation Trend
Divisional Trend for Spring Total Precipitation

Spring Minimum Temperature Trend
Divisional Trend for Spring Minimum Temperature
Spring Maximum Temperature Trend
Divisional Trend for Spring Maximum Temperature