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Historical Climate Summaries

This product contains climatological summaries of temperature and precipitation for over 1,000 daily weather stations across the Southeast. Many types of data are available, including averages, extremes, as well as the official NCEI (formerly NCDC) 1971-2000 monthly normals for temperature, precipitation, and heating and cooling degree days. Many of the data are available in both tabular and graphical formats.(This Product Has Not Been Updated since March 2012!! Please Email Us For Alternative Tools or use this tool from WRCC ) Email:

Click on list below to view a state map and list of locations in that state that have historical climate summaries available.

Alabama | Delaware | Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | Maryland | Mississippi
North Carolina | South Carolina | Tennessee | Virginia | West Virginia
Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

Southeast State Borders

NOTE: Due to a further level of quality control applied to official NCEI Normals (formerly NCDC) data, some of these data may differ slightly from the other, unofficial data found in the Historical Climate Summaries products. For more information on these differences, please refer to the following PDF document: PDF Icon

In addition, summaries of The Comparative Climatic Data publications are available for select locations across the southeast (files and format updated on 1/9/2020 with latest data through 2018) for the following:
Relative Humidity, Cloudiness, Sunshine, Wind Speed, Maximum Wind Speed,
Coastal Water Temperatures, Record High Temperatures, Record Low Temperatures,
Mean Days Equal to or Above 90 Degrees, Mean Days Equal to or Below 32 Degrees,
Mean Days of Precipitation Greater than or Equal to 0.01", Average Total Snowfall

Station Information by State

Select a State to view list:

or use

NCEI (formerly NCDC) Find A Station

Station Data Inventory Listing

Climate Extremes and Events

NCEI (formerly NCDC) U.S. State Climate Extremes

The historical climate summaries products available through this page were developed by the Western Regional Climate Center in Reno, NV.

We greatly appreciate the WRCC allowing us to use these products for our region.