United States of America


Interactive map
An interactive map of the United States, where you select the parameter you want and look at and see a colored map based on the particular value as well as a sortable table below. Parameters include basic information such as population, area, elevation etc., as well as meteorological characteristics such as January average low, July average high, absolute extremes, precipitation (rainfall, snowfall), wet days, sunny days, UV and more.
Interactive table
An interactive sortable table of data for the U.S. states, including basic information such as population, area, elevation etc., as well as meteorological characteristics such as January average low, July average high, absolute extremes, precipitation (rainfall, snowfall), wet days, sunny days, UV and more.
State profiles
Detailed information about each state of the U.S. - basic info (population, area, population density, rivers, lakes, highest peak etc.) as well as meteorological data (average temperatures, extremes), climate description and a table with particular data from the state capital.
State capitals
An interactive sortable table with detailed information about the climate in all capital cities of the U.S. states. Tables are color coded based on value for easy comparison.
Graphs
Interactive graphs of various climate data from all states (temperature ranges, absolute records, rainfall, snowfall, number of days with precipitation, number of sunny days, UV, comfort index) as well as graphs with basic info (population, land/water area, population density, elevation etc.)
Graphs - state capitals
Interactive graphs of climate data for all state capitals, broken down by months as well as annual totals and percentage graphs. This includes for example average temperatures, ranges, humidity, hours of sunshine (total, percentage of potential maximum), rainfall, snowfall etc.
Graphs - state capitals (seasons)
Interactive graphs of climate data for all state capitals, broken down by seasons as well as annual totals and percentage graphs. This includes for example average temperatures, ranges, humidity, hours of sunshine (total, percentage of potential maximum), rainfall, snowfall etc.
Quiz
Play a little quiz and see how well you know the U.S. states, in particular their climate.


Data source: Wikipedia, NOAA, World Factbook, Encyclopedia Britannica, climate.ok.gov, wrcc.dri.edu, NWS, worldatlas.com, usclimatedata.com


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