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  • Oregon Climate Service — Oregon Climate Service
    you for your patience In the meantime please visit the NOAA Satellite page http www wrh noaa gov satellite The enhanced infrared images display color coded temperatures of the earth s surface or highest atmospheric cloud layer Higher clouds have progressive lower About Us The Oregon Climate Service The OCS is located on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis Oregon and is the state repository for weather and climate information We are affiliated with OSU s College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences COAS and the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute OCCRI OCS is an American Association of State Climatologists Oregon Climate Data June 2012 NCDC data are now free of charge for download Each station on the map below points to the NCDC and WRCC NCDC links are no longer functional because of changes to their website We are working on a solution In the meantime you can visit NCDC directly and search by location at NCDC Recent News Septermber 5 2012 Record dry spell in Portland Salem Seattle Times September 4 2012 The calendar says fall but color me summer Eugene Register Guard March 18 2012 Welcome to spring where snow isn t as unusual as you might think OSU News January 19 2012 Near record rain causing flooding issues OSU News December 13 2011 Rain rain please don t go away Eugene Register Guard December 6 2011 Mapmaker for the climate OSU grad student will help web users visualize climate data OSU Terra Magazine Blog October 20 2011 From NOAA US dealt another La Niña winter but wild card could trump it September 22 2011 La Niña Reigns and rains Portland Tribune August 17 2011 Our summer s the second coolest on record Corvallis Gazette Times July 12 2011 Driest day of the year is anything but

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/ (2012-11-19)
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  • Oregon Climate
    Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Range The mountains of the Cascade Range act as a divide between the western and eastern sides of the state Statewide the coldest day of the year tends to be around January 1 It takes about seven months to reach the warmest day of the year typically around August 1 Throughout most of the state summers tend to be sunny and dry West of the Cascade Range winters are relatively mild and wet with precipitation usually falling as rain in the lower elevations The areas s proximity to the Pacific Ocean means that temperatures are moderated and significant moisure comes from the Ocean Areas along the coast and in the Coast Range can receive upwards of 200 inches of rain annually most of which falls from October to March The Willamette Valley home to about 70 of the state s population receives about 40 50 inches of precipitation annually East of the Cascade Range temperature is less moderated by the Pacific Ocean Central Oregon is kept dry year round by the rain shadow created by the Cascade Range though most of the light precipitation that it does receive also falls between October and March Temperatures

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/climate-of-oregon (2012-11-19)
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  • State Records
    6 2006 355971 N 24 hr Snowfall Hood River ES 47 0 in January 9 1980 354003 N Snow Depth Crater Lake NP HQ 252 in April 3 1983 351946 N Maximum Temperature Prineville Pendleton 119 F July 29 1898 August 10 1898 356883 356541 E1 Minimum Temperature Ukiah Seneca 54 F February 9 1933 February 10 1933 358726 357675 E1 Status E Value is unchanged from previous extremes tables

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/records (2012-11-19)
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  • Links & Data
    sites in WA and OR and have the option to constrain the data by warm cold or neutral ENSO years Create Custom NW Plots interactively plot daily data from the last 10 years of temperature precipitation and much more from UW Ranking and trends in statewide average temperature and precipitation from NCDC N W Temperature Precipitation and SWE Trend Analysis use the Google Maps interface to plot stations represented by circles which are scaled and color coded based on trend Click on the station or circle to view the corresponding graph CLIMVIS create graphs of temp precip and more from NCDC National Diurnal Climatology monthly graphs of hourly average temp precip dewpoint wind and sky cover WRCC Climate Division Plotting Create time series plots of monthly precipitation and temperature by climate division CDC U S Climatologies Create time series plots of daily weekly and monthly temperature and precipitation from 1950 1999 for various stations around Oregon Daily and monthly extremes for OR cities from the four National Weather Service offices that cover Oregon Portland Pendleton Medford Boise PRISM climate mapping high quality spatial climate gridded data sets from Oregon State University Northwest Observational Data from University of Washington Oregon Monthly

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/maps-and-data (2012-11-19)
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  • Oregon Climate Data
    map below points to the NCDC and WRCC NCDC links are no longer functional because of changes to their website We are working on a solution In the meantime you can visit NCDC directly and search by location at NCDC Climate Data Online This is the same historical data that existed on previous versions of the OCS website WRCC links are still functional and contain station averages and extremes For additional help please contact oregon coas oregonstate edu Thanks for your continued patience as we sort this issue out The map below shows the location of National Weather Service Cooperative Observer COOP stations This network of volunteer observers records daily temperature and precipitation to the National Weather Service These data are then quality controlled and archived by the National Climatic Data Center NCDC NCDC publishes data for download Clicking on a station below will lead you to the station page at NCDC and also the Western Regional Climate Center WRCC page for that station The WRCC provides normals station records metadata and other plots using the archived climate data Other climate networks also archive data For real time observations NWS RAWS SNOTEL MesoWest Daily volunteer precipitation observations CoCoRaHS Community Collaborative

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/oregon-climate-data (2012-11-19)
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  • Weather Maps
    Jet stream SFSU 500 mb map COLA IGES Wind chill Ohio State Heat index Ohio State 14 day U S Temperatures 14 day U S Precipitation 24 hr QPF Day 1 24 hr QPF Day 2 24 hr QPF Day 3 24 hr QPF Day 4 5 5 day QPF GFS Model formerly AVN Model Specific Products COLA IGES National Center for Atmosopheric Research Portland Meteograms COLA IGES Week 1

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/weather-maps (2012-11-19)
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  • Request Data Form
    fill out the form below We disseminate the data on a case by case basis You may be able to download the data that you are looking for from NCDC by using this map We must charge for some data requests Please read our policy before submitting your request We will honor most requests within 2 business days of receipt The office follows the Oregon State University calendar and is

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/request-data-form (2012-11-19)
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  • Satellite Images
    do not necessarily equate with strong storms at the surface they are often indicative of deep intense atmospheric systems Forecasters use infrared images to distinguish the deeper stronger weather systems from more innocuous low clouds For example on a visible satellite image low clouds and fog which seldom produce significant precipitation can look the same a high clouds of a major storm system An additional advantage of infrared images is

    Original URL path: http://www.ocs.orst.edu/satellite-images (2012-11-19)
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