From the National Weather Service, Climate Prediction Center:
“The June-July-August (JJA) 2022 temperature outlook depicts elevated odds of above normal seasonal mean temperatures for most of the U.S., including northern and western Alaska, with the highest probabilities over the western half of the nation. The greatest likelihood for above normal temperatures are located in the Central Great Basin through the Central and Southern Rockies. Equal chances of above, near, or below normal temperatures are forecast for the Pacific Northwest, parts of the Northern Plains and Upper Mississippi Valley where probabilities for each category of seasonal mean temperatures are expected to be similar to climatological probabilities.”
Source: 2020 Service Annual Survey (SAS).
Note: The image above of the interactive visualization is cropped at the bottom. Click on the image for the full webpage.
Source: Quarterly Services Survey (QSS).
Business & Industry > TIME SERIES / TREND CHARTS (Date ranges end: 2022).
Source: 2020 Annual Retail Trade Survey (ARTS).
Source: 2020 County Business Patterns (CBP).
Source: 2019 Annual Business Survey (ABS) Program.
Source: 2019 Annual Survey of State and Local Government Finances.
Table 1. State and Local Government Finances by Level of Government and by State: 2019, see Line 29, General Revenue, Air transportation (airports).
Note: The graphic “Government Revenue From Airports” was updated in October 2020 using 2018 data. The two Excel files above have the 2019 data, which are the latest data released from this survey.
Source: 2019 Service Annual Survey (SAS).
Source: 2018 Nonemployer Statistics (NES).
Source: 2017 Economic Census.
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