Climatology

Local climate summaries are available from the National Weather Service Daily Climate Reports.  These datasets are provided daily, with weather statistics that include temperature, precipitation, degree days, wind, humidity, sunrise/sunset, and record temperature data for the following day.  Precipitation data includes both calendar year and water year totals, percent of normal values, and comparisons to normal.  NOTE:  Climatology generally gives statistics for yesterday’s weather, which will noted by the time stamp given in the API response. 

Usage:

datatype=climatology

Example Climatology format data request:

http://datacloud.wxc.com/?vs=1.0&passkey=123456789&type=point&datatype=climatology&time=now&lat=38.90&lon=-77.0

Climatology data request can also be requested for a specific date:

Usage:

datatype=climatology
time=yyyy-mm-dd

Example Climatology format data request:

http://datacloud.wxc.com/?vs=1.0&passkey=123456789&type=point&datatype=climatology&time=2012-02-13&lat=38.90&lon=-77.04

Climatology data request can also be requested for a specific 4-letter Metar reporting station code:

Usage:

datatype=climatology
station=”4-letter station Metar code”

Example Climatology format data request:

http://datacloud.wxc.com/?vs=1.0&passkey=123456789&type=point&datatype=climatology&time=now&station=kbos

Example Climatology format data response:

Climatology RETURN VALUES

location
This is an element that contains location information about the point you are requesting AQI data for.

lat/lon
These parameters are attributes of the location element, used to specify the latitude and longitude of your data request. They are in decimal format. West and South are defined as negative.

Example:

lat=38.90&lon=-77.04

step
This is the element that contains weather information for one particular timestamp. 

time
This is an attribute of the step element that defines the exact timestamp for the weather data in the format YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS. 

Example:

time=”2012-02-02T00:00:00”

Station
This element contains the four-letter ID of the reporting station for which the weather statistics are valid. 

Example:

<Station>KDCA</Station>

CityName
This element contains the name of the city for which the weather statistics are valid. 

Example:

<CityName>Washington Dc</CityName>

State
This element contains the two-letter state abbreviation of the requested location. 

Example:

<State>VA</State>

High
This element contains the maximum temperature for the requested location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<High>58</High>

Low
This element contains the minimum temperature for the requested location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit. 

Example:

<Low>42</Low>

HighTime
This element contains the local time at which the maximum temperature occurred, given in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.

Example:

<HighTime>2012-02-02T15:03:00</HighTime>

HighRecord
This element contains the record high temperature that occurred for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<HighRecord>72</HighRecord>

HighRecordYear
This element contains the year in which the record high temperature occurred for the given day and location.

Example:

<HighRecordYear>1990</HighRecordYear>

HighNormal
This element contains the average high temperature recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<HighNormal>45</HighNormal>

HighDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of the given day’s high temperature.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<HighDepFromNormal>13</HighDepFromNormal>

HighYearAgo
This element contains the maximum temperature that occurred exactly one year ago.  Default unit is given in degrees Fahrenheit.
Example:

<HighYearAgo>52</HighYearAgo>

LowTime
This element contains the local time at which yesterday’s minimum temperature occurred, given in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.

Example:

<LowTime>2012-02-02T23:59:00</LowTime>

LowRecord
This element contains the record low temperature that occurred for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<LowRecord>2</LowRecord>

LowRecordYear
This element contains the year in which the record low temperature occurred for the given day and location.

Example:

<LowRecordYear>1904</LowRecordYear>

LowNormal
This element contains the average low temperature recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<LowNormal>29</LowNormal>

LowDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of the given day’s low temperature.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<LowDepFromNormal>13</LowDepFromNormal>

LowYearAgo
This element contains the minimum temperature that occurred exactly one year ago.  Default unit is given in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<LowYearAgo>34</LowYearAgo>

Precipitation
This element contains the amount of precipitation that fell for the day at the requested location.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<Precipitation>0.09</Precipitation>

PrecipitationRecord
This element contains the record precipitation that occurred for the given day and location.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationRecord>2.11</PrecipitationRecord>

PrecipitationRecordYear
This element contains the year in which the record precipitation occurred for the given day and location.

Example:

<PrecipitationRecordYear>1897</PrecipitationRecordYear>

PrecipitationNormal
This element contains the average precipitation recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationNormal>0.09</PrecipitationNormal>

PrecipitationDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of the given day’s precipitation amount.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationDepFromNormal>0.00</PrecipitationDepFromNormal>

PrecipitationYearAgo
This element contains the precipitation amount that was recorded exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationYearAgo>0.66</PrecipitationYearAgo>

PrecipitationMonthToDate
This element contains the precipitation amount that has been recorded since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationMonthToDate>0.11</PrecipitationMonthToDate>

PrecipitationMonthToDateNormal
This element contains the average precipitation amount recorded since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationMonthToDateNormal>0.19</PrecipitationMonthToDateNormal>

PrecipitationMonthToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this month’s precipitation amount.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationMonthToDateDepFromNormal>-0.08</PrecipitationMonthToDate DepFromNormal>

PrecipitationMonthToDateYearAgo
This element contains the amount of precipitation that fell for the month at this time exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationMonthToDateYearAgo>0.76</PrecipitationMonthToDateYearAgo>

PrecipitationSeasonToDate
This element contains the precipitation amount that has been recorded since the beginning of the season.  Default unit is in inches.

Example:

<PrecipitationSeasonToDate>7.20</PrecipitationSeasonToDate>

PrecipitationSeasonToDateNormal
This element contains the average precipitation amount recorded since the beginning of the season.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationSeasonToDateNormal>6.05</PrecipitationSeasonToDateNormal>

PrecipitationSeasonToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this season’s precipitation amount.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationSeasonToDateDepFromNormal>1.15</PrecipitationSeasonToDateDepFromNormal>

PrecipitationSeasonToDateYearAgo
This element contains the amount of precipitation that fall for the season at this time exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationSeasonToDateYearAgo>4.79</PrecipitationSeasonToDateYearAgo>

PrecipitationYearToDate
This element contains the precipitation amount that has been recorded since the beginning of the yea.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationYearToDate>2.30</PrecipitationYearToDate>

PrecipitationYearToDateNormal
This element contains the average precipitation amount recorded since the beginning of the year.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationYearToDateNormal>3.00</PrecipitationYearToDateNormal>

PrecipitationYearToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this year’s precipitation amount.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationYearToDateDepFromNormal>-0.70</PrecipitationYearToDate DepFromNormal>

PrecipitationYearToDateYearAgo
This element contains the amount of precipitation that fell for the year at this time exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<PrecipitationYearToDateYearAgo>3.01</PrecipitationYearToDateYearAgo>

Snow
This element contains the amount of snow that fell yesterday at the requested location.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of snow was recorded.

Example:

<Snow>0.00</Snow>

SnowRecord
This element contains the record snowfall that occurred for the given day and location.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowRecord>5.00</SnowRecord>

SnowRecordYear
This element contains the year in which the record snowfall occurred for the given day and location. 
Example:

<SnowRecordYear>1996</SnowRecordYear>

SnowNormal
This element contains the average snowfall recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowNormal>0.20</SnowNormal>

SnowDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of yesterday’s snowfall amount.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowDepFromNormal>-0.20</SnowDepFromNormal>

SnowYearAgo
This element contains the snow amount that was recorded exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowYearAgo>T</SnowYearAgo>

SnowMonthToDate
This element contains the snow amount that has been recorded since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowMonthToDate>0.00</SnowMonthToDate>

SnowMonthToDateNormal
This element contains the average snow amount recorded since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowMonthToDateNormal>0.40</SnowMonthToDateNormal>

SnowMonthToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this month’s snow amount.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowMonthToDateDepFromNormal>-0.40</SnowMonthToDateDepFromNormal>

SnowMonthToDateYearAgo
This element contains the amount of snow that fell for the month at this time exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowMonthToDateYearAgo>T</SnowMonthToDateYearAgo>

SnowSinceJuly
This element contains the amount of snow that has fallen since July.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowSinceJuly>1.70</SnowSinceJuly>

SnowSinceJulyNormal
This element contains the average snow amount recorded since July.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowSinceJulyNormal>8.80</SnowSinceJulyNormal>

SnowSinceJulyDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of the snow amount that has fallen since July.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowSinceJulyDepFromNormal>-7.10</SnowSinceJulyDepFromNormal>

SnowSinceJulyYearAgo
This element contains the amount of snow that fell since July at this time exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in inches.  “T” means that a trace of precipitation was recorded.

Example:

<SnowSinceJulyYearAgo>T</SnowSinceJulyYearAgo>

SnowDepth
This element contains the snow depth as of yesterday.  Default unit is in inches.

Example:

<SnowDepth>0.00</SnowDepth>

HighNormalTomorrow
This element contains tomorrow’s average high temperature recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<HighNormalTomorrow>45</HighNormalTomorrow>

HighRecordTomorrow
This element contains tomorrow’s record high temperature that occurred for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<HighRecordTomorrow>65</HighRecordTomorrow>

HighRecordYearTomorrow
This element contains the year in which tomorrow’s record high temperature occurred for the given day and location.

Example:

<HighRecordYearTomorrow>1927</HighRecordYearTomorrow>

LowNormalTomorrow
This element contains tomorrow’s average low temperature recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<LowNormalTomorrow>29</LowNormalTomorrow>

LowRecordTomorrow
This element contains tomorrow’s record low temperature that occurred for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example:

<LowRecordTomorrow>0</LowRecordTomorrow>

LowRecordYearTomorrow
This element contains the year in which tomorrow’s record low temperature occurred for the given day and location.

Example:

<LowRecordYearTomorrow>1895</LowRecordYearTomorrow>

SunriseToday
This element contains the time of sunrise for the given day and location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the sun does not rise on this day the SunriseToday tag will be empty.

Example:

<SunriseToday>2012-03-08T06:04:00</SunriseToday>

SunsetToday
This element contains the time of sunset for the given day and location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the sun does not set on this day the SunsetToday tag will be empty.

Example:

<SunsetToday>2012-03-08T17:45:00</SunsetToday>

SunriseTomorrow
This element contains the time of tomorrow’s sunrise for the given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the sun does not rise on this day the SunriseTomorrow tag will be empty.

Example:

<SunriseTomorrow>2012-03-09T06:03:00</SunriseTomorrow>

SunsetTomorrow
This element contains the time of tomorrow’s sunset for the given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the sun does not set on this day the SunsetTomorrow tag will be empty.

Example:

<SunsetTomorrow>2012-03-09T17:46:00</SunsetTomorrow>

SunriseDay2
This element contains the time of sunrise on Day 2 for the given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the sun does not rise on this day the SunriseDay2 tag will be empty.

Example:

<SunriseDay2>2012-03-10T06:01:00</SunriseDay2>

SunsetDay2
This element contains the time of sunset on Day 2 for the given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the sun does not set on this day the SunsetDay2 tag will be empty.

Example:

<SunsetDay2>2012-03-10T17:47:00</SunsetDay2>

MoonriseToday
This element contains the time of moonrise for the given day that the request is made and for the given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the moon does not rise on this day the MoonriseToday tag will be empty.

Example:

<MoonriseToday>2012-02-27T08:43:00</MoonriseToday>

MoonsetToday
This element contains the time of moonset for the given day requested for the given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the moon does not set on this day the MoonsetToday tag will be empty.

Example:

<MoonsetToday>2012-02-27T23:30:00</MoonsetToday>

MoonriseTomorrow
This element contains the time of moonrise for tomorrow for a given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the moon does not rise on this day the MoonriseTomorrow tag will be empty.

Example:

<MoonriseTomorrow>2012-02-28T09:19:00</MoonriseTomorrow>

MoonsetTomorrow
This element contains the time of moonset for tomorrow for a given location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format.  If the moon does not set on this day the MoonriseTomorrow tag will be empty.

Example:

<MoonsetTomorrow>2012-02-28T23:53:00</MoonsetTomorrow>

MoonPhaseToday
This element contains the moon phase for the given day for the requested location. 
Possible phases include:
New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, Waning Crescent 

Example:

<MoonPhaseToday>Waxing Crescent</MoonPhaseToday>

MoonPhaseTomorrow
This element contains the moon phase for tomorrow for the requested location. 
Possible phases include:
New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, Waning Crescent 

Example:

<MoonPhaseTomorrow>Waxing Crescent</MoonPhaseTomorrow>

NextMoonPhase
This element contains the upcoming moon phase that will occur after tomorrow for the requested location. 
Possible phases include:
New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Last Quarter, Waning Crescent 

Example:

<NextMoonPhase>First Quarter</NextMoonPhase>

NextMoonPhaseDate
This element contains the date of the upcoming moon phase that will occur after tomorrow for the requested location in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS format. 

Example:

<SunriseToday>2012-02-29T20:21:00</SunriseToday>

HighestWindSpeed
This element contains the maximum wind speed recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in mph.

Example:

<HighestWindSpeed>25</HighestWindSpeed>

HighestWindDirection
This element contains the direction of the maximum wind speed recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees.

Example:

<HighestWindDirection>360</HighestWindDirection>

HighestGustSpeed
This element contains the maximum wind gust recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in mph.

Example:

<HighestGustSpeed>33</HighestGustSpeed>

HighestGustDirection
This element contains the direction of the maximum wind gust recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees.

Example:

<HighestGustDirection>315</HighestGustDirection>

AverageWindSpeed
This element contains the average wind speed recorded for the given day and location.  Default unit is in mph.

Example:

<AverageWindSpeed>8.9</AverageWindSpeed>

HDDHeatingDegreeDays
This element contains the heating degree days for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDHeatingDegreeDays>15</HDDHeatingDegreeDays>

HDDNormal
This element contains the average heating degree days for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDNormal>28</HDDNormal>

HDDDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of heating degree days for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDDepFromNormal>-13</HDDDepFromNormal>

HDDYearAgo
This element contains the heating degree days recorded for this location exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDYearAgo>22</HDDYearAgo>

HDDMonthToDate
This element contains the cumulative heating degree days that have been recorded since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDMonthToDate>20</HDDMonthToDate>

HDDMonthToDateNormal
This element contains the average cumulative heating degree days since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDMonthToDateNormal>56</HDDMonthToDateNormal>

HDDMonthToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this month’s cumulative heating degree days.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDMonthToDateDepFromNormal>-36</HDDMonthToDateDepFromNormal>

HDDMonthToDateYearAgo
This element contains the heating degree days that have accumulated for the month at this location exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDMonthToDateYearAgo>53</HDDMonthToDateYearAgo>

HDDSeasonToDate
This element contains the heating degree days that have accumulated since the beginning of the season.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSeasonToDate>1379</HDDSeasonToDate>

HDDSeasonToDateNormal
This element contains the average cumulative heating degree days since the beginning of the season.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSeasonToDateNormal>1741</HDDSeasonToDateNormal>

HDDSeasonToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this season’s cumulative heating degree days.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSeasonToDateDepFromNormal>-362</HDDSeasonToDateDepFromNormal>

HDDSeasonToDateYearAgo
This element contains the cumulative heating degree days for the season exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSeasonToDateYearAgo>1951</HDDSeasonToDateYearAgo>

HDDSinceJuly
This element contains the heating degree days that have accumulated since July.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSinceJuly>1974</HDDSinceJuly>

HDDSinceJulyNormal
This element contains the average cumulative heating degree days since July.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSinceJulyNormal>2436</HDDSinceJulyNormal>

HDDSinceJulyDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of the cumulative heating degree days since July.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSinceJulyDepFromNormal>-462</HDDSinceJulyDepFromNormal>

HDDSinceJulyYearAgo
This element contains the cumulative heating degree days since July exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A heating degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in heating a building.

Example:

<HDDSinceJulyYearAgo>2523</HDDSinceJulyYearAgo>

CDDCoolingDegreeDays
This element contains the cooling degree days for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.
Example:

<CDDCoolingDegreeDays>0</CDDCoolingDegreeDays>

CDDNormal
This element contains the average cooling degree days for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDNormal>0</CDDNormal>

CDDDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of cooling degree days for the given day and location.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDDepFromNormal>0</CDDDepFromNormal>

CDDYearAgo
This element contains the cooling degree days recorded for this location exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDYearAgo>0</CDDYearAgo>

CDDMonthToDate
This element contains the cumulative cooling degree days that have been recorded since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDMonthToDate>0</CDDMonthToDate>

CDDMonthToDateNormal
This element contains the average cumulative cooling degree days since the beginning of the month.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDMonthToDateNormal>0</CDDMonthToDateNormal>

CDDMonthToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this month’s cumulative cooling degree days.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDMonthToDateDepFromNormal>0</CDDMonthToDateDepFromNormal>

CDDMonthToDateYearAgo
This element contains the cooling degree days that have accumulated for the month at this location exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDMonthToDateYearAgo>0</CDDMonthToDateYearAgo>

CDDSeasonToDate
This element contains the cooling degree days that have accumulated since the beginning of the season.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDSeasonToDate>0</CDDSeasonToDate>

CDDSeasonToDateNormal
This element contains the average cumulative cooling degree days since the beginning of the season.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDSeasonToDateNormal>0</CDDSeasonToDateNormal>

CDDSeasonToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of this season’s cumulative cooling degree days.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDSeasonToDateDepFromNormal>0</CDDSeasonToDateDepFromNormal>

CDDSeasonToDateYearAgo
This element contains the cumulative cooling degree days for the season exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDSeasonToDateYearAgo>0</CDDSeasonToDateYearAgo>

CDDYearToDate
This element contains the cooling degree days that have accumulated since the beginning of the year.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDYearToDate>0</CDDYearToDate>

CDDYearToDateNormal
This element contains the average cumulative cooling degree days since the beginning of the year.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDYearToDateNormal>0</CDDYearToDateNormal>

CDDYearToDateDepFromNormal
This element contains the departure from normal of the cumulative cooling degree days the beginning of the year.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDYearToDateDepFromNormal>0</CDDYearToDateDepFromNormal>

CDDYearToDateYearAgo
This element contains the cumulative cooling degree days since the beginning of the year exactly one year ago.  Default unit is in degrees Fahrenheit.  A cooling degree day is a measurement used to assess the demand for energy used in cooling a building.

Example:

<CDDYearToDateYearAgo>0</CDDYearToDateYearAgo>