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Spatial Extents

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Spatial Extent Latitude/Longitude
Mexico longitude -118 to -74 and latitude 13.9 to 33 degrees
westNA longitude -177 to -97 and latitude 25 to 79 degrees
allNA longitude -177 to -52 and latitude 13.9 to 80 degrees

 




Select a General Circulation Model/Scenario/Nominal Decade

Abbreviation Data Source
CGCM3 Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis
GFDLCM21 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
HADCM3 Hadley Center
CCSM4 The Community Earth System Model
GFDLCM3 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
HadGEM2ES Met Office (UK)
CESM1BGC NCAR/UCAR Boulder
CNRMCM5 METEO France
Ensemble An ensemble of 17 CMIP5 model predictions.

AR3 scenarios are A1B, A2, B1, and B2. The CMIP5 scenarios are rcp45, rcp60, and rcp85. These are followd by the decade of estimate (y2030, y2060, and y2090).

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables with each pixel representing an area about 800 (depending on latitude) by 1000 meters (30 arc seconds, 0.0083333333 arc degrees). We call these 1K resolution maps. The images were made using 10K data, but to be clear, the zip files at 1K resolution. All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.

 

Mexico — CGCM3_A1B_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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Mean temperature in the warmest month

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We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_A1B_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_A1B_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_B1_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_B1_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — CGCM3_B1_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — GFDLCM21_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — GFDLCM21_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — GFDLCM21_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — GFDLCM21_B1_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — GFDLCM21_B1_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the coldest month

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — GFDLCM21_B1_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — HADCM3_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the coldest month

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — HADCM3_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — HADCM3_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — HADCM3_B2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — HADCM3_B2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Mexico — HADCM3_B2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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Mean temperature in the warmest month

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We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Select a General Circulation Model/Scenario/Nominal Decade

Abbreviation Data Source
CGCM3 Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis
GFDLCM21 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
HADCM3 Hadley Center
CCSM4 The Community Earth System Model
GFDLCM3 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
HadGEM2ES Met Office (UK)
CESM1BGC NCAR/UCAR Boulder
CNRMCM5 METEO France
Ensemble An ensemble of 17 CMIP5 model predictions.

AR3 scenarios are A1B, A2, B1, and B2. The CMIP5 scenarios are rcp45, rcp60, and rcp85. These are followd by the decade of estimate (y2030, y2060, and y2090).

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables with each pixel representing an area about 800 (depending on latitude) by 1000 meters (30 arc seconds, 0.0083333333 arc degrees). We call these 1K resolution maps. The images were made using 10K data, but to be clear, the zip files at 1K resolution. All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.

 

Western North America — CGCM3_A1B_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_A1B_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_A1B_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_B1_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_B1_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — CGCM3_B1_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the coldest month

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — GFDLCM21_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — GFDLCM21_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — GFDLCM21_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — GFDLCM21_B1_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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available

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — GFDLCM21_B1_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — GFDLCM21_B1_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — HADCM3_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — HADCM3_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Image not
available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — HADCM3_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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Growing season precipitation, April to September

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Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — HADCM3_B2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — HADCM3_B2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Image not
available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Image not
available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Image not
available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Western North America — HADCM3_B2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

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Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

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Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

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available

Growing season precipitation, April to September

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available

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

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available

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

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available

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

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available

Mean temperature in the warmest month

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available

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

Select a General Circulation Model/Scenario/Nominal Decade

Abbreviation Data Source
CGCM3 Canadian Center for Climate Modeling and Analysis
GFDLCM21 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
HADCM3 Hadley Center
CCSM4 The Community Earth System Model
GFDLCM3 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
HadGEM2ES Met Office (UK)
CESM1BGC NCAR/UCAR Boulder
CNRMCM5 METEO France
Ensemble An ensemble of 17 CMIP5 model predictions.

AR3 scenarios are A1B, A2, B1, and B2. The CMIP5 scenarios are rcp45, rcp60, and rcp85. These are followd by the decade of estimate (y2030, y2060, and y2090).

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables with each pixel representing an area about 800 (depending on latitude) by 1000 meters (30 arc seconds, 0.0083333333 arc degrees). We call these 1K resolution maps. The images were made using 10K data, but to be clear, the zip files at 1K resolution. All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.

 

All North America — CCSM4_rcp45_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

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available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp45_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

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available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp45_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp60_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp60_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp60_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp85_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp85_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CCSM4_rcp85_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CESM1BGC_rcp45_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CESM1BGC_rcp45_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CESM1BGC_rcp45_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CESM1BGC_rcp85_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CESM1BGC_rcp85_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CESM1BGC_rcp85_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_A1B_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_A1B_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_A1B_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_B1_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_B1_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CGCM3_B1_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CNRMCM5_rcp45_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CNRMCM5_rcp45_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CNRMCM5_rcp45_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CNRMCM5_rcp85_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CNRMCM5_rcp85_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — CNRMCM5_rcp85_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp45_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

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Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp45_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

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available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp45_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

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available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp60_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

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available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp60_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp60_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp85_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp85_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — Ensemble_rcp85_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Image not
available

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM21_A2_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM21_A2_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM21_A2_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM21_B1_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM21_B1_y2060

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM21_B1_y2090

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Julian date of the first freezing date of autumn

Length of the frost-free period (days)

Degree-days >5 degrees C accumulating within the frost-free period

Growing season precipitation, April to September

Mean maximum temperature in the warmest month

Mean minimum temperature in the coldest month

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean minimum monthly temperature)

Julian date of the last freezing date of spring

Summer precipitation: (jul+aug)

Summer precipitation balance: (jul+aug+sep)/(apr+may+jun)

Summer/Spring precipitation balance: (jul+aug)/(apr+may)

Spring precipitation: (apr+may)

Winter precipitation: (nov+dec+jan+feb)

We used many additional variables that are computed from these - good examples are:

  • ADI Annual dryness index, DD5/MAP or sqrt(DD5)/MAP (once named AMI annual moisture index)
  • SMI Summer dryness index, GSDD5/GSP (once named SMI, summer moisture index)
  • PRATIO Ratio of summer precipitatioin to total precipitation, GSP/MAP

All North America — GFDLCM3_rcp45_y2030

ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Download ANUSPLIN Coefficients

Station Normals

Download Station Normals

Derived Grids

The derived grids are Asciigrid files for the derived variables. The files included in the zip files below are in Windows format.
NOTE: All temperatures are in tenths of degrees C.


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Notice: see New Algorithms Used For Some Derived Variables

Julian date the sum of degree-days >5 degrees C reaches 100

Degree-days <0 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)

Degree-days >5 degrees C (based on mean monthly temperature)