What was the average temperature in 2012?

What was the average temperature in 2012?

In 2012, the contiguous United States (CONUS) average annual temperature of 55.3°F was 3.2°F above the 20th century average, and was the warmest year in the 1895-2012 period of record for the nation. The 2012 annual temperature was 1.0°F warmer than the previous record warm year of 1998.

What was temperature in Atlanta yesterday?

Today’s Almanac for Atlanta, GA

Daily Temperature Data
Yesterday Normal
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What is the highest temperature ever recorded in Georgia?

112 °F
Despite having moderate weather compared to many other states, Georgia has occasional extreme weather. The highest temperature ever recorded is 112 °F (44 °C), while the lowest ever recorded is −17 °F (−27 °C). Heat waves with temperatures over 100 °F (38 °C) have often been recorded.

How hot was LA today?

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66 °F 57 °F 57 °F

What was weather like in 2012?

2012: A Year of Extreme Weather. And 2012 did not spare the rest of the world; it brought severe drought to the African Sahel, torrential rains to China, Europe’s worst cold snap in 25 years, and flooding in Manila and Bangladesh, among other devastating events.

How much did the earth warm between 1880 and 2012?

In its Fifth Assessment Report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reported that globally averaged combined land and sea surface temperature warmed between 0.65 and 1.06°C from 1880 to 2012 (IPCC 2013).

What was the high in Atlanta today?

High 49F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.

How many inches of rain did Atlanta get?

Climate Averages

Atlanta, Georgia United States
Rainfall 51.5 in. 38.1 in.
Snowfall 1.4 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 109.3 days 106.2 days
Sunny 217 days 205 days

What is the coldest city in Georgia?

Blairsville, Georgia
Coldest: Blairsville, Georgia.

What is the hottest city in Georgia?

With an average of 85 days of temperatures hitting 90°F and higher a year, Macon is the hottest city in Georgia and the 30th hottest in the country. The average temperature in Macon was 65.9°F last year, slightly higher than the city’s 64.5°F normal average temperature.

Why was 2012 such a strange year for weather?

From the year’s most potent tornado outbreaks happening in winter, to record-smashing March warmth, to a winter storm just one week after what may be the costliest storm on record to hit the Northeast, 2012 was an odd year for U.S. weather. An overarching theme to this strange weather year was record warmth.

What caused the severe weather on April 3 2012?

Meteorologists expected some severe weather on April 3, 2012. A mid-to-upper level low pressure system was centered in New Mexico, pulling warm and moist air from the Gulf of Mexico into northeastern Texas.

What was the weather like in March 2012?

Sunny skies, mild weather, flowers blooming. Doesn’t sound like a big weather story, does it? It was in March 2012, when a large swath of the country saw springlike and even summerlike weather while it was still officially winter. As early as March 9, over 100 record highs a day were broken, a trend that continued all the way through the 28th.

Was 2012 the biggest Christmas Day tornado outbreak on record?

But in 2012, many were also taking shelter from extreme weather. Christmas Day 2012 will likely go down as the biggest Christmas Day tornado outbreak on record in the U.S. Severe Weather Expert, Dr. Greg Forbes, counted a preliminary total of 26 tornadoes on the holiday.