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The 2009 Statistical Abstract

The National Data Book

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Geography & Environment: Weather Events and Climate

370 - Tornadoes, Floods, Tropical Storms, and Lightning [Excel 107k] | [PDF 467k]

371 - Major U.S. Weather Disasters [Excel 484k] | [PDF 465k]

372 - Highest and Lowest Temperatures by State Through 2003 [Excel 357k] | [PDF 454k]

373 - Normal Daily Mean, Maximum, and Minimum Temperatures--Selected Cities [Excel 94k] | [PDF 453k]

374 - Highest Temperature Of Record--Selected Cities [Excel 104k] | [PDF 466k]

375 - Lowest Temperature Of Record--Selected Cities [Excel 66k] | [PDF 466k]

376 - Normal Monthly and Annual Precipitation--Selected Cities [Excel 66k] | [PDF 466k]

377 - Mean Number Of Days With Precipitation Of 0.01 Inch Or More--Selected Cities [Excel 84k] | [PDF 453k]

378 - Snow, Hail, Ice Pellets, and Sleet--Selected Cities [Excel 65k] | [PDF 467k]

379 - Cloudiness, Average Wind Speed, Heating and Cooling Degree Days, and Average Relative Humidity--Selected Cities [Excel 90k] | [PDF 455k]

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau  |  The 2009 Statistical Abstract  |  Page Last Modified: November 20, 2009