Binational Great Lakes Climate Quarterly (June-Aug 2014) Now Available
Posted on: October 15, 2014

It was a colder and wetter summer than usual for the Great Lakes region and Great Lakes water levels have been on the rise.  For a binational overview of the latest season’s weather and water level conditions, weather and water level-related impacts and an outlook for the upcoming quarter take a look at the “Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook: Great Lakes Region”.  This Canada-US climate quarterly newsletter is produced jointly by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and Environment Canada, working in collaboration with other U.S. and Canadian Great Lakes partners.  Its geographical scope spans the Great Lakes basin, including the international portion of the St. Lawrence River.  Issues are published in March, June, September and December covering Winter (Dec-Feb); Spring (Mar-May); Summer (Jun-Aug) and Fall (Sep-Nov).

The Great Lakes Climate Quarterly is available from Environment Canada (here). Historic reports and those covering a broader range of regions across the United States avaiable from NOAA (here).

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