2001 Fairbanks, Alaska (FAI)

Fairbanks is located in the Tanana Valley, in the interior of Alaska. It has a distinctly continental climate, with large variation of temperature from winter to summer.

2001 Juneau, Alaska (JNU)

Juneau lies well within the area of maritime influences which prevail over the coastal areas of southeastern Alaska, and is in the path of most storms that cross the Gulf of Alaska. Consequently, the area has little sunshine, generally moderate temperatures, and abundant precipitation.

2001 Flagstaff, Arizona (FLG)

Flagstaff, elevation 7,000 feet, is situated on a volcanic plateau at the base of the highest mountains in Arizona. The climate may be classified as vigorous with cold winters, mild, pleasantly cool summers, moderate humidity, and considerable diurnal temperature change.

2001 Phoenix, Arizona (PHX)

Phoenix is located in the Salt River Valley at an elevation of about 1,100 feet. The valley is oval shaped and flat except for scattered precipitous mountains rising a few hundred to as much as 1,500 feet above the valley floor.

2001 Tucson, Arizona (TUS)

Tucson lies at the foot of the Catalina Mountains, north of the airport. The area within about 15 miles of the airport station is flat or gently rolling, with many dry washes.

2001 Little Rock, Arkansas (LIT)

Little Rock is located on the Arkansas River near the geographical center of the state. It is situated on the dividing line between the Ouachita Mountains to the west and the flat lowlands comprising the Mississippi River Valley to the east.

2001 Eureka, California (EKA)

Humboldt Bay is one–quarter mile north and one mile west of the station. There are no hills in Eureka of any consequence.

2001 Fresno, California (FAT)

Fresno is located about midway and toward the eastern edge of the San Joaquin Valley, which is oriented northwest to southeast and has a length of about 225 miles and an average width of 50 miles. The San Joaquin Valley is generally flat.

2001 Los Angeles, California Downtown L.A./USC Campus (CQT)

The climate of Los Angeles is normally pleasant and mild through the year. The Pacific Ocean is the primary moderating influence.

2001 Sacramento, California (SAC)

Sacramento, and the lower Sacramento Valley, has a mild climate with abundant sunshine most of the year. A nearly cloud–free sky prevails throughout the summer months, and in much of the spring and fall.

2001 San Diego, California (SAN)

The city of San Diego is located on San Diego Bay in the southwest corner of southern California. The prevailing winds and weather are tempered by the Pacific Ocean, with the result that summers are cool and winters warm in comparison with other places along the same general latitude.

2001 San Francisco, California International Airport (SFO)

The station is located in the central Terminal Building of the San Francisco International Airport, which is on flat filled tideland on the west shore of San Francisco Bay. The bay borders the airport from the north to the south–southeast.

2001 Colorado Springs, Colorado (COS)

At an elevation near 6,200 feet above sea level, Colorado Springs is located in relatively flat semi–arid country on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. Immediately to the west the mountains rise abruptly to heights ranging from 10,000 to 14,000 feet but generally averaging near 11,000 feet.

2001 Denver, Colorado (DEN)

Denver enjoys the invigorating climate that prevails over much of the central Rocky Mountain region, without the extremely cold mornings of the high elevations during winter, or the hot afternoons of summer at lower altitudes. Extremely warm or cold weather in Denver is usually of short duration.

2001 Grand Junction, Colorado (GJT)

Grand Junction is located at the junction of the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers. It is on the west slope of the Rockies, in a large mountain valley.

2001 Hartford, Connecticut (BDL)

Bradley International Airport is located about 3 miles west of the Connecticut River on a slight rise of ground in a broad portion of the Connecticut River Valley between north–south mountain ranges whose heights do not exceed 1,200 feet.

2001 Wilmington, Delaware (ILG)

Delaware is part of the Atlantic Coastal Plain consisting mainly of flat low land with many marshes. Small streams and tidal estuaries comprise the drainage of the State.

2001 Washington, D.C. Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA)

Washington lies at the western edge of the mid Atlantic Coastal Plain, about 50 miles east of the Blue Ridge Mountains and 35 miles west of Chesapeake Bay, adjacent to the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers. Elevations range from a few feet above sea level to about 400 feet in parts of the northwest section of the city.

2001 Daytona Beach, Florida (DAB)

Daytona Beach is located on the Atlantic Ocean. The Halifax River, part of the Florida Inland Waterway, runs through the city.

2001 Miami, Florida (MIA)

Miami is located on the lower east coast of Florida. To the east of the city lies Biscayne Bay, an arm of the ocean, about 15 miles long and 3 miles wide.

2001 Orlando, Florida (MCO)

Orlando is located in the central section of the Florida peninsula, surrounded by many lakes. Relative humidities remain high the year–round, with values near 90 percent at night and 40 to 50 percent in the afternoon.

2001 Tampa, Florida (TPA)

Tampa is on west central coast of the Florida Peninsula. Very near the Gulf of Mexico at the upper end of Tampa Bay, land and sea breezes modify the subtropical climate.