Reference Book of American Business Northeast Region: Second Quarter 2017

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Extremes in warm minimum temperatures were record highNEW Hurricane Matthew Employment, wages, and establishment counts in hurricane flood zones maps and tables of employment, wages, and establishment counts available NEW Employment and Wages, Annual Averages 2015 NEW Now available: QCEW 2016 Reporter's GuideMost of the western United States was wetter than average, with heavy precipitation causing widespread flooding and mudslides in California and Nevada forcing area residents to evacuate impacted areasThis February made the top 5 driest on record at the following locations: Akron, CO (tied for driest), Topeka, KS (4th driest), Goodland, KS (4th driest), and Dodge City (tied for 5th driest)Storms continued to batter central and northern California this month, with the greatest anomalies observed in a wide swath paralleling the Interstate-80 corridorinternational investment position (IIP) accountFebruary did not offer any relief, as temperatures in this region were more than 8.0 degrees F (4.4 degrees C) above normal and precipitation was less than 25 percent of normalA notable number of station-level temperature records were broken during February, including numerous cities setting warm daily and monthly temperature records

There were a few areas that went from normal to abnormally dry, including eastern Arkansas, and much of western TennesseeA snowstorm brought beneficial moisture to western South Dakota and western Nebraska, which led to the trimming of moderate drought (D1) on the eastern edge of the area and the removal of abnormal dryness (D0) from parts of the Nebraska panhandleSom beskare p Dayviews samtycker du till anvndandet av s.kOver half (93 of 164) of the reports were recorded during a severe weather event on the 7th, which affected much of northern Florida as well as southern portions of Alabama and GeorgiaPortola, in the northern Sierra Nevada, observed its wettest February on record at 12.36 in (314 mm), 319% of normal and experienced major floodingThe December through February temperature of 29.6°F (-1.3°C) ranked among the ten warmest on record (1895-2017)Rankings for the other six states were third warmest in Connecticut, fourth warmest in Massachusetts and Vermont, fifth warmest in New Hampshire and Rhode Island, and 12th warmest in MaineIn Wyoming, ice jams occurred on several rivers and caused minor to moderate floodingThirty-nine states from the Rockies to the East Coast were much warmer than average, with 16 states across the South, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast record warm

For more information, please go to the Southern Regional Climate Center Home Page Major Midwestern cities, including Indianapolis, IN (1871-2017), Des Moines, IA (1878-2017), StIt also includes employment and wages location quotients in all tablesAt least 25 long-term stations, with one or more located in every state, observed February precipitation totals that were ranked within the three lowest values on recordMaps and Graphics Temperature and Precipitation Ranks February 2017 Dec 2016 - Feb 2017 Sep 2016 - Feb 2017 Mar 2016 - Feb 2017 Jan - Feb 2017 U.S

U.SOver 50 percent of the USGS gages in Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia recorded well below normal (i.e., less than the 10th percentile) streamflows at the end of the monthof MichiganAccording to the U.SCounty Changes for the 2015 QCEW News Releases County Changes for the 2014 QCEW News Releases Special Notices Archive QCEW Related Links Other BLS Programs Business Employment Dynamics—quarterly data series of job gains and job losses statistics, generated from the Quarterly Census of Employment and WagesprogramFor further details on the weather and climate events in the Midwest, see the weekly and monthly reports at the Midwest Climate Watch page

ResidentsAreas of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee are still exhibiting severe and extreme drought conditionsThe area in abnormal dryness or drought (D0-D4) on the U.SThe Rockies in Colorado and Wyoming continued to experience an ample snowpack in February, despite above-normal temperatures throughout the monthIt is especially outstanding that multiple stations in every state recorded February mean temperatures that were well above their 30-year (1981-2010) mean temperature for March, including Montgomery, AL (+1.9 degrees F above its March mean temperature, +1.1 degrees C above its March mean temperature), Pensacola, FL (+3.2 degrees F, +1.8 degrees C), Atlanta, GA (+1.8 degrees F, +1.0 degree C), Charlotte, NC (+2.3 degrees F, +1.3 degrees C), and Norfolk, VA (+2.1 degrees F, +1.2 degrees C)A few days later, from February 12 to 13, another storm dropped more than a foot (30 cm) of snow on much of northern New England, with the greatest totals of up to 40 inches (102 cm) in MaineBureau of Labor Statistics OEUS/DASLT, PSB Suite 4840, 2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20212-0001 www.bls.gov/CEW Telephone: 1-202-691-6567 Contact QCEW 07f867cfac
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