The purpose of the U.S. Climate Data is to inform people about the climate in the United States. This website was developed by Weather Service.
This data originates from a variety of sources (for example: The National Climatic Data Center from the NOAA). The information is correct most of the time, but could also be wrong. Therefore, do not rely on this information exclusively, and if at all possible, refrain from using same for professional services involving agriculture and energy.
The responsibility for the use and interpretation of this climate date is entirely yours. We cannot be held responsible for the nature of the climate data. With regard to the climate data, we speak in terms of averages over a period of thirty years. Therefore, there is no guarantee whatsoever that the weather, at any given time in the future, will correspond with the data provided.
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