Climate Reanalyzer

Climate Reanalyzer is a public platform for visualizing climate and weather datasets. Users can access climate information using interfaces for reanalysis and historical station data; and maps, time series, and correlation analyses can be plotted for gridded models. Station data and model time series can be exported in CSV format for use in spreadsheet software.

Climate Reanalyzer also provides access to weather forecast models. “Today’s Summary” features several weather variables, including temperature departure for the current day relative to a recent climate baseline. The weather forecast maps provide access to maps of daily reanalysis, sea ice concentration, U.S. gridded temperature and precipitation in addition to global 7-day, U.S. regional 48-hour, and U.S. super high resolution 18-hour weather forecasts.

The site is coded and maintained by Dr. Sean Birkel through support from the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine, and the National Science Foundation.

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  • Climate science
  • Tool (general)

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