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2012 Fayetteville Climate Plots and Data

Climate data on this page is PRELIMINARY (unofficial). CERTIFIED (official) climate data is available from the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC).


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Climate Plots:

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Year 2012
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One year data to current
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Current 31 Day Period
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January 2012
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February 2012
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March 2012
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April 2012
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May 2012
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June 2012
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July 2012
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August 2012
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September 2012
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October 2012
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November 2012
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December 2012
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How to Read the Plots:

This is an example of the monthly climate plot. The observed high and low temperatures are indicated by the tops and bottoms of the vertical blue bars, respectively. The normal temperature ranges are indicated by the green band. Record highs are shown on the top of the light pink band, and record lows are indicated along the bottom of the light blue band.

Please note that Raleigh-Durham and Greensboro will have the normal and record data included on the plots while Fayetteville will not (it has not had a long enough period of record).




This is an example of the year to date climate plot. As with the monthly plot, observed temperatures are shown by the dark blue areas, normals with the light green areas, record highs in the light red areas, and record lows in the light blue areas. The bottom portion of the graph indicates the precipitation for the year to date. The yellow line (and green area below it) represents the normal year to date total at the given time frame. Periods that have year to date totals above the climatological normals are shown by dark green areas above the yellow line. Periods that are below normal are shown with the brown areas below the yellow line.

Please note that Raleigh-Durham and Greensboro will have the normal and record data included on the plots while Fayetteville will not (it has not had a long enough period of record).






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