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      • State-wide averages of annual temperatures range from a high of 70.7 degrees Fahrenheit (21.5 degrees Celsius ) in Florida to a low of 26.6 °F (-3.0 °C) in Alaska. For the entire United States, excluding Hawaii and Alaska, the year averages 52.7 °F (11.5 °C).
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  2. Average high in ºF Av. high Hi : 72: 73: 67: 59: 51: 47: Average low in ºF Av. low Lo : 54: 55: 52: 47: 41: 38: Days with precipitation Days precip. DP : 5: 6: 8: 14: 17: 19: Hours of sunshine Hours sun. Sun : 304: 248: 197: 122: 77: 62: Av. precipitation in inch Av. precip. Pre. 0.63: 0.75: 1.65: 3.27: 5.00: 5.43

  3. Nov 30, 2021 · NEW YEARS EVE NEW YEARS DAY ST. PATRICK'S DAY EASTER MEMORIAL DAY JULY 4th LABOR DAY HALLOWEEN THANKSGIVING CHRISTMAS. NOV Monthly Average Temperature: 48.1 F Year to date precipitation: 46.18 NOV Month to date precipitation: 0.70 Last Updated: 11/28/21.

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    The year began in ENSO-neutral conditions, transitioning to La Niña by August 2020. During the year, each monthly temperature for the months of January through November ranked among the four warmest on record for their respective months. While the months of January, May, and September were record warm. Meanwhile, the month of December had a global land and ocean surface temperature departure of 0.78°C (1.40°F) above the 20th century average—this was the smallest monthly temperature departure during 2020 and was the eighth warmest December on record. With a slightly cooler end to the year, the year 2020 secured the rank of second warmest year in the 141-year record, with a global land and ocean surface temperature departure from average of +0.98°C (+1.76°F). This value is only 0.02°C (0.04°F) shy of tying the record high value of +1.00°C (+1.80°F) set in 2016 and only 0.03°C (0.05°F) above the now third warmest year on record set in 2019. The seven warmest years in the 1880–2020 reco...

    The following information was compiled from previous NCEI monitoring reports and public reports by National Hydrometeorological Services (NHMSs; peers of the U.S. National Weather Service). The year 2020 was characterized by warmer-than-average temperatures across much of the globe. Record high annual temperatures over land and ocean surfaces were measured across parts of Europe, Asia, southern North America, South America, and across parts of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans. However, no land or ocean areas were record cold for the year.

    As indicated by the Global Percent of Normal Precipitation and Precipitation Percentiles maps below and as is typical, many stations were wet for the year, while many stations were dry. Also, as discussed below, extreme precipitation and drought events occurred across the world. 1. See the U.S. National Annual Climate and U.S. Annual Droughtreports for additional information on drought and notable precipitation extremes across the U.S. during 2020. 2. Spain had a wet March and April. Several locations set new daily and precipitation records and locations across the Mediterranean coast and some parts of the Balearic Islands had triple their April normal precipitation. 3. According to the WMO, parts of South America experienced drought during the year, with the most affected across northern Argentina, Paraguay and western border areas of Brazil. Parts of northeast Argentina had their driest January–August on record. 4. Tropical Storm Cristobal, the earliest third tropical storm on rec...

    Ocean Heat Content (OHC) is essential for understanding and modeling global climate since > 90% of excess heat in the Earth's system is absorbed by the ocean. Further, expansion due to increased ocean heat contributes to sea level rise. Change in OHC is calculated from the difference of observed temperature profiles from the long-term mean. The annual global ocean heat content (OHC) for 2020 is relatively unchanged from 2019, previously the highest annual OHC on record: while the 0–700m OHC is slightly lower, the 0–2000m annual global OHC is slightly higher than in 2019. The six highest OHC have all occurred in the last six years (2015–20). During 2020, the heating was distributed throughout the world's oceans, with higher rates of warming in the northern and southern Atlantic and in localized zones of the Pacific, Indian, and Southern Oceans. The ocean heating is irrefutable and a key measure of the Earth's energy imbalance: the excess greenhouse gases in the air trap more heat ins...

    Menne, M. J., C. N. Williams, B.E. Gleason, J. J Rennie, and J. H. Lawrimore, 2018: The Global Historical Climatology Network Monthly Temperature Dataset, Version 4. J. Climate, in press. https://d...
    Huang, B., Peter W. Thorne, et. al, 2017: Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperature version 5 (ERSSTv5), Upgrades, validations, and intercomparisons. J. Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0836.1
    Peterson, T.C. and R.S. Vose, 1997: An Overview of the Global Historical Climatology Network Database. Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., 78, 2837-2849.
    Huang, B., V.F. Banzon, E. Freeman, J. Lawrimore, W. Liu, T.C. Peterson, T.M. Smith, P.W. Thorne, S.D. Woodruff, and H-M. Zhang, 2016: Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperature Version 4 (ERSS...
  4. Annual Weather Averages Near Austin. Averages are for Camp Mabry / Austin City, which is 4 miles from Austin. Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015. Showing: All Year January February March April May June July August September October November December. All Year Climate & Weather Averages in Austin. High Temp: 98 °F. Low Temp: 41 °F.

  5. State-wide averages of annual temperatures range from a high of 70.7 degrees Fahrenheit (21.5 degrees Celsius) in Florida to a low of 26.6 °F (-3.0 °C) in Alaska. For the entire United States, excluding Hawaii and Alaska, the year averages 52.7 °F (11.5 °C). The temperatures are based on data collected by weather stations throughout each state during the years 1971 to 2000 and made available by the NOAA National Climatic Data Center of the United States.

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