U.S. Seasonal Temperatures

U.S. Seasonal Temperatures

Continental U.S. seasonal temperatures (relative to the 1901-1960 average) for winter, spring, summer, and fall all show evidence of increasing trends. Dashed lines show the linear trends. Stronger trends are seen in winter and spring as compared to summer and fall. (Figure source: updated from Kunkel et al. 20130ebef171-4903-4aa6-b436-2936da69f84e).

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