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Delaware Climate Near “Normal” in April 2013

Temperatures that were slightly above normal and precipitation a bit below normal characterized Delaware’s Climate in April 2013.

March 2013 Brings Below Normal Temperatures and Precipitation Across Delaware

Below normal temperatures and drier than normal conditions characterized Delaware’s Climate in March 2013. Spatially, data from the Delaware Environmental Observing System (DEOS) shows that the average March temperatures across Delaware were significantly below normal across southern and coastal Sussex County and across central portions of Kent County. Northern portions of Delaware and Chester County, PA had more modest negative temperature departures.

February 2013: Near Normal Temperatures and Above Normal Precipitation Across Delaware

Slightly above normal temperatures and slightly wetter than normal conditions characterized Delaware’s Climate in February. Spatially, data from the Delaware Environmental Observing System (DEOS) shows that the average February temperatures across Delaware were significantly below normal across southern New Castle and northern Kent counties, while near to above normal temperatures were found across northern Sussex County and portions of Chester County, PA.

2013 Begins Warm and Dry Across Delaware

Following the overall pattern of 2012, the new-year began with above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation across Delaware.

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