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It's officially spring in the Northern Hemisphere and NOAA is here to celebrate! From new graphics to educational resources, spring into science with us and check out our content.
How can you tell if spring has sprung in the sea?
Do you know the difference between meteorological and astronomical seasons?
NOAA issued its U.S. Spring Outlook on March 17, 2022, which predicted prolonged, persistent drought in the West.
Based on historical climate data from stations across the United States, these maps show the warmest and coldest temperatures ever recorded at a given location on March 19.
When can we expect the cold to really be on its way out? Our “Day of the last spring freeze” map, which is based on climatology, can help answer that question for your area.
How cold the winter is will determine which plants will thrive in spring in a given location. This set of maps help you see how planting zones may have shifted over the past few decades in response to a warming climate.
National Weather Service forecasters are the first line of defense in predicting severe weather.
Por favor, ayude al Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (NWS) a difundir estos importantes mensajes de seguridad para ayudar al NWS a construir una Nación Preparada para el Clima.
On April 6, 2022, join the National Weather Service and its Weather-Ready Nation Ambassadors to take a “selfie” for #SafePlaceSelfie day.
Rip currents are powerful, narrow channels of fast-moving water. Learn how you can protect yourself from these risky currents.