American Weather Stories is a historical publication available at the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). Stories consist of American weather experinces from the hurricane that threatened Columbus and colonial settlers to the peculiar run of bad weather that has plagued American presidents on Inauguration Day; from Americans who documented the weather and climate of the Revolutionary and Civil War eras to those who suffered through the 'year without a summer', the Blizzard of 1888, and the dust bowl drought of the 1930's.
To make a wide range of climatic data available to researchers and the public.
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