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4.28.2021

February 2021 Extreme Cold Event Summary


SCIPP has produced a summary of the winter weather event from February 2021 that greatly impacted the south central U.S. It was the coldest event to occur in the SCIPP region in over 30 years, and the prolonged extreme cold coupled with wintry precipitation caused numerous waterline breaks, power outages, and nearly 200 fatalities, amongst other impacts. The summary was produced by SCIPP Climate Assessment Specialist Darrian Bertrand and SCIPP…

Southern Climate Monitor
December 2019

SCIPP Monitor December 2019

Highlights of December 2019

  • Rating Fire Danger from the Ground Up
  • NOAA's Winter Outlooks
  • About SCIPP Team: Margret Boone
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