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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF SEPTEMBER 1972

Another August–September Reversal

A. JAMES WAGNER

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF APRIL 1977

Generally Mild and Wet but Continued Drought in the West

A. James Wagner

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF JANUARY 1973

Strong Warming Trend Around Midmonth

A. JAMES WAGNER

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF APRIL 1973

A Stormy Month With Widespread Flooding

A. JAMES WAGNER

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A. JAMES WAGNER

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Linear regression equations relating monthly mean temperature anomaly to average monthly snow depth and its anomaly were derived for 15 selected stations, using 8 yr of data. It was found that, depending on the characteristics of the station location, from about 10 to 55 percent of the variance of the monthly mean temperature anomaly could be explained in terms of the average monthly snow depth or its anomaly.

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF APRIL 1972

Highly Variable Over Central and Eastern United States, Continued Drought in the Southwest

A. JAMES WAGNER

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF JUNE 1972

A Month With Two Major Flood Disasters

A. JAMES WAGNER

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF JULY 1973

Cool and Wet in the Middle Third of the Country But Increasing Drought in the Northwest

A. JAMES WAGNER

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF JULY 1977

Widespread Heat and Continued Drought over the Southeast and Far West

A. James Wagner

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WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF JANUARY 1975

Predominantly Mild but with a Severe Mid-Month Blizzard

A. James Wagner

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