Mid-Atlantic Climate Data Tools

The following data tools were produced as part of the Mid-Atlantic Climate Impacts Summary and Outlook, a quarterly series that details seasonal weather and climate variability and change in the Mid-Atlantic region. Review the full list of climate summaries.

Precipitation

  • A screen capture of a data tool with lines of colored bars representing projected changes in total monthly precipitation.

    Projected Changes in Total Monthly Precipitation

    Jun 27, 2022

    An interactive data tool showing how total monthly precipitation is projected to change in the future compared to an historical baseline (1950–2020), and climate normal (1991–2020).

  • A screen capture of a data tool showing projected difference from 'normal' total annual precipitation in the Mid-Atlantic region.

    Differences from "Normal" Total Annual Precipitation

    Mar 18, 2022

    An interactive data tool exploring how the changing definition of a climate normal affects our interpretation of projected future average precipitation.

  • An interactive tool showing urban flooding in Pittsburgh under future precipitation events.

    Future Precipitation Impacts on Stormwater Management

    Jun 21, 2021

    This interactive tool is a case study of urban flooding in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, under future precipitation events.

  • Screen capture of an interactive tool displaying annual total snowfall inches in the Mid-Atlantic.

    Annual Total Snowfall Across the Mid-Atlantic

    Mar 17, 2021

    This tool is an interactive map that shows the station-based average annual inches of snowfall from 1981 to 2019.

  • Changes in Seasonal Total Precipitation from 1976 to Present – Bar Chart

    Jun 13, 2019

    This tool uses an interactive bar chart to provide city, county, state or watershed-level estimates of how winter, spring, summer and fall total precipitation from 1976 to 2017 compare to a historic 30-year average (1976-2005) of total precipitation for each season.

  • Changes in Future Seasonal Total Precipitation – Bar Chart

    Jun 13, 2019

    This tool uses an interactive bar chart to provide city, county, state or watershed-level estimates of how projections of winter, spring, summer and fall total precipitation from 2020 to 2095, under two future emissions scenarios, compare to a historic 30-year average (1976-2005) of total precipitation for each season.

  • Changes in Seasonal Total Precipitation from 1976 to Present – Chesapeake Bay Map

    Mar 25, 2019

    This tool is an interactive map of the Chesapeake Bay watershed that provides gridded estimates of how winter, spring, summer and fall total precipitation from 2006 to 2017 compare to a historic 30-year average (1976-2005) of total precipitation for each season.

  • Changes in Future Seasonal Total Precipitation – Chesapeake Bay Map

    Mar 25, 2019

    This tool is an interactive map of the Chesapeake Bay watershed that provides gridded estimates of how projections of winter, spring, summer and fall total precipitation during 30-year periods (2006-2035, 2036-2065, 2066-2095), under two future emissions scenarios, compare to a historic 30-year average (1976-2005) of total precipitation for each season.

  • Changes in Extreme Precipitation from 1976 to Present

    Nov 27, 2018

    This tool is an interactive map of the Chesapeake Bay watershed that provides gridded estimates of how extreme precipitation - the number of days each year with precipitation above a 1", 2" or 3" threshold - from 2006-2017 has changed compared to a historic 30-year average (1976-2005).

  • Changes in Future Extreme Precipitation

    Nov 27, 2018

    This tool is an interactive map of the Chesapeake Bay watershed that provides gridded estimates of how projections of future extreme precipitation—the number of days each year with precipitation above a 1", 2" or 3" threshold—during 30-year periods (2006-2035, 2036-2065, 2066-2095) and under two future emissions scenarios, compare to a historic 30-year average (1976-2005).

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