The Extreme Weather of 2012 Represented in One Chart

Climate Central: The weather so far this year has been anything but "average." There was that massive heat wave in March that sent temperatures soaring into the upper 80s in the Upper Midwest at a time when it should have been snowing. Tropical Storm Debby dropped more than 2 feet of rain in just a few days on northern Florida. Thousands of record high temperatures were set or tied during a brutal mid-June to early July heat wave, including hundreds of all-time record highs. Wildfires burned hundreds of homes......

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