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Upcoming Events, Products and Services

Events and Calendar of Products and Services

NOTE: All release dates are tentative and are subject to the availability of appropriated funds. NCDC will be updating this listing on a quarterly basis.

  • U.S. Monthly Climate Report
    Monthly: Approximately 6th business day of the month

    Monthly update on the U.S. climate. Reports monthly U.S. statistics on surface temperature and precipitation including ranks and patterns, as well as comparable data for the the last three and six months and year-to-date. Includes sub-reports on tornadoes, wildfire, snow cover, major winter storms, and typically an update to the most recent U.S. Drought Monitor Report.

  • Global Monthly Climate Report
    Monthly: Approximately 15th business day of the month

    Monthly update on the Global climate. Reports monthly statistics on global surface and ocean temperature and global precipitation, including ranks and patterns, sea ice extent, Arctic sea ice volume, Antarctic conditions, and select extreme conditions internationally.

  • U.S. Drought Monitor
    Weekly: Thursdays

    Weekly report on U.S. drought conditions in the prior 7 days. Unique update of drought conditions across the United States, blending numeric measures of drought and experts' best judgment into a single map and narrative.

  • Regional Climate Outlooks
    Quarterly: Approximately 4th Monday of December, March, June, and September

    Two-page summaries detailing current and upcoming seasonal outlooks for each of the six regions as divided by NOAA's Regional Climate Services. Collaborative effort within NOAA and external partnerships.

  • 2015 NOAA Satellite Conference
    April 27, 2015

    The 2015 NOAA Satellite Conference (NSC 2015) for environmental satellite users will be held April 27–May 1, 2015, in Greenbelt, Maryland. The conference will bring together users and providers of polar-orbiting and geostationary satellite data, products, and applications and provide them with a venue and opportunity for greater collaboration. NSC 2015 will consist of invited oral and poster presentations with an emphasis on environmental satellite technological, scientific, educational, and training opportunities and services to raise awareness of upcoming enhancements and prepare for their use. Participation is expected from 40 countries and will include members of NOAA, NASA, Department of Defense, Environment Canada, EUMETSAT, and the Hydrometeorological Services of countries in North, Central, and South America, the Caribbean, and Asia.

  • New U.S. Gridded Daily Snowfall Dataset
    July to September

    This gridded daily snowfall dataset for the contiguous United States will include information about the areal coverage and depth of snowfall based on ground-based station observations.