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Observed Temperature/Precipitation Trends - 1901-2010
A comparison of the average 2001-2010 March/April/May (MAM) daily maximum temperature (top panel) and daily minimum temperature (middle panel). Units are °C with warmer (colder) trends shown in red (blue). Lower panel is the comparison of averaged precipitation. Units are the total change expressed as % of annual climatology, and positive (negative) trends are shown in green (orange).
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Created: 2012-07-02 19:20:30 UTC
Modified: 2012-07-02 20:02:59 UTC
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