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By Dan Leathers | Posted On March 2, 2020 |
Climate Update

Very warm temperatures and precipitation near the long-term mean characterized Delaware’s climate in January 2020.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On February 21, 2020 |
Briefing

The winter of 2009-2010 was the snowiest in recorded history for many locations across Delaware and southeast Pennsylvania. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this incredible season.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On January 15, 2020 |
Climate Update

Warm temperatures and above normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in December 2019.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On December 6, 2019 |
Climate Update

Cold temperatures and below normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in November 2019.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On November 19, 2019 |
Climate Update

Warm temperatures in October place October 2019 as the 8th warmest on record, and statewide precipitation totals were above normal. This was very much the case across much of the eastern portion of the US.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On October 5, 2019 |
Climate Update

Warm temperatures and much below normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in September 2019.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On September 12, 2019 |
Climate Update

Warm temperatures and near normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in August 2019.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On August 15, 2019 |
Climate Update

Warm temperatures and near normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in July 2019.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On July 15, 2019 |
Climate Update

Warm temperatures and above normal precipitation characterized Delaware’s climate in June 2019.

By Dan Leathers | Posted On June 15, 2019 |
Climate Update

Above normal temperatures and near normal precipitation characterized spring 2019 across the First State.

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