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Although their record-breaking announcement was overlooked by many major news networks, NOAA announced that in 2000 the United States recorded its warmest January-April temperatures ever. This site is also from NOAA and provides a global overview of climate from March through May of 2000 including reports on precipitation, temperature, wind, pressure, and extreme events such as drought organized by regions of the world and of the United States.
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