The Wisconsin State Climatology Office is affiliated with the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- manage data for climate monitoring,
climate information to Wisconsin residents, climate scientists and government agencies,
- develop "value-added" products for users and impact applications,
Detailed annual summaries are found on the AASC web site.
This office is a partner with Midwestern Regional Climate Center in providing climate services to the public.
Wisconsin Initiative on Climate
Change Impacts (WICCI)
research on climate impacts are now underway.
If you would like assistance finding the climate data you want, visit our Guide to Wisconsin Weather and Climate Data.
The office staff is currently an all-volunteer operation.
Short initial inquiries for data or staff assistance staff are free. More substantial efforts are covered by our Service Charge statement.
Wisconsin Climate Services Summit Meeting 6-7 June 2018
State, Federal, University, & Tribal providers and users.
A networking opportunity for invited representatives.
Pyle Center on Lake Mendota at University of Wisconsin-Madison
Prof. John A. Young firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Climate Variability & Warming Trend: 2018 Update -- A set of slides from Jan 2018 NOAA/NASA briefing on "Annual Global Analysis for 2017"
The Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4) "Climate Science Special Report" , the most up to date and "final form" for Volume 1 of NCA4.
Report of the National Climate Assessment for the Midwest
IPCC Report: Climate Change 2013 - Six years of new observations and analyses in this most authoritative scientific report. Physical Science Conclusions released in September 2013.
The American Meteorological Society (AMS) posted an Information Statement on Climate Change on 20 Aug 2012.
-- Understanding the essential principles.
U.S. Global Change Research Program -- Impacts and regional issues
For additional climate-change information, see our Climate Change page.