Dataset Gallery

To find datasets of interest, glance through the entries below, enter a search term to the left, or click terms under the filters to refine the list.

Past Weather by Zip Code - Data Table

Climate Data Online - Daily Summaries

How much rain fell over the weekend? What was the temperature over the last few weeks? Tables of daily weather observations can answer these common questions.

Weekly Drought Map

U.S. Drought Monitor

The U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM) is a weekly map—updated each Thursday—that shows the location and intensity of dry and drought areas across the country.

Record High & Low Daily Temperatures in the U.S. - Graphs and Tabular Data

DayRec: United States Record-Maximum/Minimum Daily Temperatures

Record high and low temperatures generate tremendous interest, largely because of the potential for impacts on human health, the environment, and built infrastructure.

Wind Roses - Charts and Tabular Data

Customized Wind Roses from Hourly Datasets

Wondering which direction the wind was from during your last cold snap, or which summer months usually have a breeze?

Record-setting weather - Charts and Maps

Climate Data Online > Data Tools > Daily Weather Records

Explore the number of weather records broken over recent periods.

Greenhouse Gas Concentrations - Graphing Tool

Interactive Atmospheric Data Visualization (IADV) Tool

Generate graphs showing the abundance of various gases measured at more than 200 sampling sites around the world.

U.S. Climate Extremes Index - Graph or Map

U.S. Climate Extremes Index (CEI)

The U.S. Climate Extremes Index documents the area of the contiguous United States (or a region therein) that experienced extreme conditions (as defined by the index) during various time periods.

U.S. Climate Atlas

U.S. Climate Atlas (nClimDiv)

Access maps of the contiguous United States showing minimum temperature, maximum temperature, and precipitation.

Climate Statistics at Individual Stations — Data Tables

Comparative Climatic Data

This site provides data tables for comparing record-setting conditions and Climate Normals at major U.S.

Evaporative Stress Index - Maps

GOES Evapotranspiration and Drought (GET-D)

Images produced from satellite data show Evaporative Stress Index (ESI), a measure that can be used to estimate current drought conditions.

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