Warmest Ever Jan-June Period ( Monday 07/16/2012 ).

Discussion in 'Ag Futures' started by kanellop, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. kanellop

    kanellop

    Hello to All.

    Exist the following News:

    http://www.dtnprogressivefarmer.com...&blogEntryId=8a82c0bc3865298c013891296ecc01d4 .

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    Monday 07/16/2012

    Warmest Ever Jan-June Period

    The National Climate Data Center (NCDC) has its report out for the first six months of this year. And as you might guess--the U.S. temperatures are the warmest on record. Here are some highlights:

    Climate Highlights — Year-to-Date (January-June)

    • The January-June period was the warmest first half of any year on record for the contiguous United States. The national temperature of 52.9°F was 4.5°F above average. Most of the contiguous U.S. was record and near-record warm for the six-month period, except the Pacific Northwest. Twenty-eight states east of the Rockies were record warm and an additional 15 states were top ten warm.

    • The first six months of 2012 were also drier than average for much of the contiguous U.S., with a nationally-averaged precipitation total 1.62 inches below average. Drier-than-average conditions stretched from the West, through the Central Plains, into the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic. Fourteen states in total had precipitation totals for the six-month period among their ten driest.

    • Wetter-than-average conditions were present for the Northwest and Upper Midwest, where Minnesota, Oregon, and Washington had six-month precipitation totals among their ten wettest.

    • The U.S. Climate Extremes Index (USCEI), an index that tracks the highest and lowest 10 percent of extremes in temperature, precipitation, drought and tropical cyclones across the contiguous U.S., was a record-large 44 percent during the January-June period, over twice the average value. Extremes in warm daytime temperatures (83 percent) and warm nighttime temperatures (70 percent) covered large areas of the nation, contributing to the record high value.

    Climate Highlights — 12-month period (July 2011-June 2012)

    • The July 2011-June 2012 period was the warmest 12-month period of any 12-months on record for the contiguous U.S., narrowly surpassing the record broken last month for the June 2011-May 2012 period by 0.05°F. The nationally-averaged temperature of 56.0°F was 3.2°F above the long term average. Every state across the contiguous U.S. had warmer than average temperatures for the period, except Washington, which was near normal.

    There is a great deal of additional information in the full NCDC report. It is available at this location:

    http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/national/2012/6 .

    Bryce

    Twitter-- @BAndersonDTN

    Posted at 1:59PM CDT 07/16/12 by Bryce Anderson

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    Kind Regards,

    George Kanellopoulos.
     
  2. again...

    why so many threads open on same topics ?

    why not open one thread and list all of this info for easy access in one place for those interested


    it's like 11 threads open at once on this topic all from you

    not saying that it is not good info, if one thread was opened for access to your info it may be better
     
  3. kanellop

    kanellop

    Hello Sir.

    If cause you that,

    I am Sorry.

    I put all these as separate Informations.

    If someone does not interest to them to do not read them.

    Kind Regards,

    George Kanellopoulos.
     
  4. no wonder greece is f..ked up
     
  5. Nobody gives a rats ass about the AG news...

    Just look at a chart of grains... Mega momentum bull flag rally...
     
  6. Eric215

    Eric215

    How does one start a thread?
     
  7. Eric215

    Eric215

    Not my loss
     
  8. Eric215

    Eric215

    :)
     
  9. Eric215

    Eric215

    I want to give you Gentlemen a "tizip" in relation to trading. I've been a pro observing for a while, and I just want "ed" to say "I've been drinking to much to be on here" BUT here's the ?...Don't allow me to fall asleeep so..........
     
  10. Eric215

    Eric215

    Beezer-1?
     
    #10     Jul 18, 2012