CHC's CHIRTS-daily Highlight in UMN's "Discoveries"

The Climate Hazards Center's new data set, CHIRTS-daily, combines weather station data, remotely sensed infrared data, and weather simulation models to provide maximum and minimum air temperatures from 1983 to 2016, with the goal of eventually updating findings in near-real time. CHIRTS-daily was featured in the University of Minnesota's "Discoveries" magazine, and the CHC collaborated closely with Dr. Andrew Verdin, of UMN's Minnesota Population Center, in developing the data set. Read the full entry here.