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COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Orders Result in a Decrease in the Number of Missing Daily Precipitation Observations

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  • 1 Northeast Regional Climate Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  • | 2 Northeast Regional Climate Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  • | 3 CoCoRaHS, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
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In the early spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the United States. As cases, hospitalizations, and deaths increased, states began issuing stay-at-home recommendations or orders. According to New York Times reports, by 23 March, 20 states had issued orders; by 26 March, 35 states had issued orders; and by 30 March, 43 states had issued such orders. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued a domestic travel advisory for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Under these recommendations, many Americans were not leaving their homes.

Such changes in daily routines have the potential to affect

In the early spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the United States. As cases, hospitalizations, and deaths increased, states began issuing stay-at-home recommendations or orders. According to New York Times reports, by 23 March, 20 states had issued orders; by 26 March, 35 states had issued orders; and by 30 March, 43 states had issued such orders. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued a domestic travel advisory for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Under these recommendations, many Americans were not leaving their homes.

Such changes in daily routines have the potential to affect

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CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Dr. Art DeGaetano, atd2@cornell.edu

In the early spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the United States. As cases, hospitalizations, and deaths increased, states began issuing stay-at-home recommendations or orders. According to New York Times reports, by 23 March, 20 states had issued orders; by 26 March, 35 states had issued orders; and by 30 March, 43 states had issued such orders. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued a domestic travel advisory for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Under these recommendations, many Americans were not leaving their homes.

Such changes in daily routines have the potential to affect

In the early spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact the United States. As cases, hospitalizations, and deaths increased, states began issuing stay-at-home recommendations or orders. According to New York Times reports, by 23 March, 20 states had issued orders; by 26 March, 35 states had issued orders; and by 30 March, 43 states had issued such orders. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued a domestic travel advisory for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Under these recommendations, many Americans were not leaving their homes.

Such changes in daily routines have the potential to affect

© 2021 American Meteorological Society. For information regarding reuse of this content and general copyright information, consult the AMS Copyright Policy (www.ametsoc.org/PUBSReuseLicenses).

CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: Dr. Art DeGaetano, atd2@cornell.edu
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