Climate encompasses the temperatures, humidity, rainfall, atmospheric pressure, particle count and numerous other meteorological factors in a given region over long periods of time, as opposed to the term weather, which refers to the atmospheric state at any given time.
Global warming is the increase in the average temperature of the Earth's near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th century and its projected continuation. If your site is about this please submit it to the appropriate category of Climate Change.

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Average Temperature
Allows the user to access average temperature data by month for virtually any location in the world.
Climate and Radiation
From the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center. Includes information about aerosols, clouds, rainfall, remote sensing, current projects, publications and personnel.
Climate Models Prove More Reliable
Research in the UK has shown that climate change models depend far more on the input parameters such as cloud properties, than the computer hardware or software used as many scientists had previously feared.
Introduction to Climate Dynamics and Climate Modelling
Online textbook providing an overview of the components of the climate system, atmosphere, oceans and ice sheets and of the interactions between them.
NCDC: Get/View OnLine Climate Data
Repository of U.S. weather observations and climate data, including maps, models, links and publications.
U.S. Climate Data
Provides information regarding the temperature, precipitation, and sunshine for more than 5000 cities and locations in the United States. Includes climate charts and averages.
World Climate
Climate data and sunrise and sunset displayed in charts and tables for more than 12,000 specific locations in over 140 countries and regions.
World Climate Data
Weather rainfall and temperature data with long-term monthly averages for over 20,000 weather stations worldwide.

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