Introduction of new products and data sources February 2015 – Actual Weather (AccuWeather)

Monthly Temperature (AccuWeather) In February 2015, the temperature started to reflect the onset of spring in San Diego and San Antonio as temperatures remained consistently above 10 degrees Celsius (C) throughout ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

Introduction of new products and data sources January 2015 – Actual Weather (Accuweather)

Monthly Temperature (AccuWeather) Even with the onslaught of winter storms, average monthly temperatures across the continental United States have been slightly warmer in comparison to January temperatures of last year. The ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

Introduction of new products and data sources December 2014 – Actual Weather (AccuWeather)

From November 2014 to December 21, 2014, the monthly temperature continued to fall in all observed North American cities due to seasonality. Data from AccuWeather shows Chicago, New York, and San ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

Introduction of new products and data sources November 2014 – Actual Weather (AccuWeather)

From October 2014 to November 21, 2014, the monthly temperature continued to fall in all observed North American cities due to seasonality. Data from AccuWeather shows San Antonio, Chicago, New York, ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather  |  Effective Date: December 01, 2014

October 2014 – Actual Weather Analysis with ZEMA

From September 2014 to October 24, 2014, the monthly temperature dropped in all observed North American cities due to seasonality. Data from AccuWeather showed Chicago, New York, San Antonio, and San ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

September 2014 – Actual Weather Analysis with ZEMA

From August 2014 to September 24, 2014, the temperature started to reflect the onset of fall–most observed North American cities felt colder. Excluding San Diego, which felt warmer by 2 degrees ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

August 2014 – Actual Weather Analysis with ZEMA

  From July 2014 to August 22, 2014, the rise in temperature slowed down in all observed North American cities, indicating the end of summer. The monthly average temperature in San Diego ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

July 2014 – Actual Weather Analysis with ZEMA

From June 2014 to the last Friday of July 2014, the temperature increased in all observed North American cities– following normal seasonal patterns–except for Chicago, which felt the same as last ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

June 2014 – Actual Weather Analysis with ZEMA

From May 2014 to the last Thursday of June 2014, the temperature increased in all observed North American cities except for San Diego with the onset of summer. The ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

April 2014 – Actual Weather Analysis with ZEMA

From March 2014 to the third Tuesday of April 2014, spring’s arrival was marked by continued temperature increases in all four observed cities. ... Read more »

Data Sources: AccuWeather

 

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