NOAA's Twitter Profile Analysis @noaa on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 28/10/2020 to 15/01/2021.

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In case you missed this yesterday: https://t.co/Yc915zmCpm
15 Jan, 2021 - 02:26 PM UTC
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@NOAA
**CORRECTION: Tweet below incorrectly included "& ocean." The statistic is just for land temperature and should read: #2020 global land temperature is the warmest on record -- 2.86°F above avg, per @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate. We apologize for the error. https://t.co/AwnWOVf9aS
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:29 PM UTC
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@NOAA
#2020 #Antarctic sea ice extent was near avg for the year; however, sea ice coverage in Jan. and July ranked among 10 smallest for those months: @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:04 PM UTC
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@NOAA
#2020's #Arctic sea ice extent tied with 2016 for the smallest on record: @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:03 PM UTC
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@NOAA
#December 2020 avg global land and sea surface #temperature was 8th highest on record: @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate https://t.co/ytoANkj3c6
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:02 PM UTC
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@NOAA
The #2020 global sea-surface temperature was 3rd highest on record -- only SSTs for 2016 and 2019 were warmer per @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate. https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate https://t.co/YH8BDJcP5U
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:02 PM UTC
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@NOAA
Also: Earth’s 7 warmest years have occurred since 2014; the 10 warmest years have occurred since 2005. 2016 still ranks as warmest year on record, say @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate scientists. https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate https://t.co/XyABS0MuuL
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:01 PM UTC
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@NOAA
#2020 global land & ocean temperature is the warmest on record -- 2.86°F above avg, per @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/hU7LRHskKd #StateOfClimate https://t.co/xApn5VBQiT
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:00 PM UTC
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@NOAA
2020 ranks as 2nd-warmest year w/ global land & ocean surface temperatures 1.76°F above avg, according to @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate scientists. https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate https://t.co/KR5iUK0VXA
14 Jan, 2021 - 03:58 PM UTC
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@NOAA
It’s official: 2020 was Earth’s 2nd-hottest year, just behind 2016, according to scientists at @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate. https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate https://t.co/jzucBs22sH
14 Jan, 2021 - 03:57 PM UTC
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@NOAA
In 2020, an unprecedented 30 named tropical systems formed in the Atlantic -- 12 of those storms made landfall in the U.S.: @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/j7xft2nLK3 #StateOfClimate https://t.co/6Sq09ScTS7
08 Jan, 2021 - 04:11 PM UTC
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@NOAA
2020 was the most active #wildfire year on record for the U.S. West -- nearly 10.3M acres were consumed by flames. @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/j7xft2nLK3 #StateOfClimate https://t.co/DrNaAVMXQq
08 Jan, 2021 - 04:10 PM UTC
NOAA
@NOAA
Annual U.S. precipitation total in 2020 was 30.28 in. -- 0.34 in. above avg. @NOAANCEIclimate https://t.co/j7xft2nLK3 #StateOfClimate https://t.co/6rxdq7Zi7u
08 Jan, 2021 - 04:09 PM UTC

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NOAA Education
@NOAAeducation
Did you know @NOAA is using the power of #CitizenScience to engage the public in support of our key mission areas? Learn how in the new NOAA Citizen Science Strategy. https://t.co/tQiEu19a7W https://t.co/ntF2Ha707C
15 Jan, 2021 - 06:10 PM UTC
National Weather Service
@NWS
A powerful winter storm will continue to bring widespread impacts to the central and northern Plains into this evening - with blizzard conditions and high winds gusting to 65mph, capable of blowing down trees and power lines - making travel difficult. https://t.co/VyWINDk3xP https://t.co/fZDf9wvRFg
15 Jan, 2021 - 06:10 PM UTC
NIDIS Drought.gov
@DroughtGov
Looking to next week, @NOAA’s @NWSCPC sees above normal precip chances for most of the USA, although the probabilities are still fairly low for many areas in drought. And most of CA/NV (and the Northwest) is looking at a relatively dry week. See https://t.co/4kMDMVIfFf https://t.co/JfG5Cavpzj
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:57 PM UTC
NIDIS Drought.gov
@DroughtGov
45% of CONUS is in #drought according to the #DroughtMonitor. How does this compare? 66% was in drought in July 1934 (per the Standard Precip Index) Further back? The new https://t.co/mljsjQV6D9 has data and maps going back 2,000 years. Visit https://t.co/Mci2NuNHZm @NOAA https://t.co/wQ9kejRGGA
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:56 PM UTC
NIDIS Drought.gov
@DroughtGov
#DroughtMonitor 1/12: More improvements in TX this week. The state is now split between intense #drought in W. TX and almost no drought in E. TX. Significant degradations took place in CA, MT, and WI. https://t.co/T0ee3Uy4GE @NOAA https://t.co/J6Ve48335I
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:54 PM UTC
NIDIS Drought.gov
@DroughtGov
#DroughtMonitor 1/12: It was a relatively dry week in the USA, outside of E. TX and surroundings, the Northwest coast, and a few other areas. The Southwest #drought is now creeping into SoCal. #Drought2021’s Footprint: 37.5% of the USA See the new https://t.co/mljsjQV6D9 @NOAA https://t.co/Z74URootug
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:52 PM UTC
NIDIS Drought.gov
@DroughtGov
NIDIS and @NOAA Launch New https://t.co/LLFvtitwhB Features include: Conditions and forecasts down to the county/city Historical data and maps going back 2,000 years "By Sector" section showing impacts on ag, energy, ecosystems, recreation, more Visit https://t.co/mljsjQV6D9 https://t.co/l764eZF88U
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:49 PM UTC
NWS Storm Prediction Center
@NWSSPC
Critical fire weather conditions are expected today and tomorrow across southern California. Increasing offshore winds this evening will support warm, dry, and windy conditions conducive to fire spread. Please see https://t.co/jURH2pWvlY for more information. #Cawx #firewx #fire https://t.co/9l3fDe8CYF
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:27 PM UTC
National Weather Service
@NWS
Critical fire weather possible over southern California today into Friday. To stay #WeatherReady and protect yourself from wildfires, visit https://t.co/q4RW7GZaOR #WildfireScience https://t.co/wqrOzyGBUP
14 Jan, 2021 - 04:01 PM UTC
NOAA
@NOAA
2020 ranks as 2nd-warmest year w/ global land & ocean surface temperatures 1.76°F above avg, according to @NOAA @NOAANCEIclimate scientists. https://t.co/hU7LRHJW8N #StateOfClimate https://t.co/KR5iUK0VXA
14 Jan, 2021 - 03:58 PM UTC
National Weather Service
@NWS
Winter storm to impact the Upper Midwest. Winter driving can be hazardous. One simple way to keep yourself and everyone on the road safe is to slow down. Remember, “Ice and snow, take it slow”. Learn more at https://t.co/2E4fUWxKrn https://t.co/wx6gJbrndd
14 Jan, 2021 - 12:29 PM UTC
National Weather Service
@NWS
A powerful storm with a wide swath of dangerously high winds will morph into a heavy snow storm in the Upper Midwest this week. Rain in the northern Rockies is producing flooding & increasing avalanche threats. Critical fire weather threats will develop in S. CA and KS. https://t.co/oAATgulGq0
14 Jan, 2021 - 12:10 AM UTC
National Weather Service
@NWS
A damaging high wind event is expected Wednesday through Friday across the Northern Rockies into portions of the Central and Northern Plains. Travel could become hazardous, and at least minor property damage and some power outages are likely. https://t.co/JQfBk5SvJK
13 Jan, 2021 - 01:28 AM UTC
National Weather Service
@NWS
Snow? When, where, how much? Today we are highlighting 9 snow forecast tools. Each one has a unique benefit throughout the timeline of a winter threat. Read more here: https://t.co/F5DHtf3ZMS https://t.co/bUqwW5NwSw
12 Jan, 2021 - 06:36 PM UTC
NIDIS Drought.gov
@DroughtGov
After a bit of a reprieve, dry conditions return to most of the USA next week, outside of parts of the Northwest to the Plains, according to @NOAA’s @NWSCPC. And as has been common, higher than normal temps are expected for much of the country. See https://t.co/4kMDMVIfFf https://t.co/oSFkta5vxV
07 Jan, 2021 - 02:53 PM UTC