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File  icon pdf
Size 2.53 MB
Content rating General
License Personal Use Only
Author Greene County Extension
Publisher Greene County Extension
Publication date 31st October 2013
Pages 36
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Review of 117 Years of Weather in Southwest Missouri

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For 117 years, weather stations in southwest Missouri have been collecting daily weather data. This report sums up what the data tells us.


People in the Ozarks love to talk about the weather and how often it changes. However, the idea that Ozarks weather changes frequently also makes weather data collected since 1895 that much more interesting.

According to Pat Guinan, an associate professor of climatology with University of Missouri Extension Commercial Agriculture Program, southwest Missouri is in the middle of a warming trend. Guinan notes that data from several dozen National Weather Service Cooperative weather stations in the region show Southwest Missouri’s most recent warm annual temperature trend began in 1998 and 11 out of the past 15 years (73%) have been above normal.

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