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Summer 2019: June 21-September 23

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From the National Weather Service, Climate Prediction Center:

Summary of the Outlook for Non-Technical Users

“The June-July-August (JJA) 2019 temperature outlook indicates that above normal seasonal mean temperatures are most likely for the eastern and western thirds of the US, including Alaska. Below normal seasonal mean temperatures are more likely for parts of the Central Plains. The JJA 2019 precipitation outlook indicates that above normal seasonal total precipitation is most likely for much of the US, including the interior West across much of the Great Plains into the Central Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, stretching to the Mid-Atlantic coast. The greatest probabilities for above normal seasonal total precipitation are for areas of the Central Rockies. Below normal precipitation is more likely for a small area of the Pacific Northwest near the coast as well as southern Arizona. Above normal precipitation is more likely for most of Alaska.”

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Key Stats:

According to the Random Samplings Blog Measuring the Impact of Tourism to Local Areas (May 2017) “…tourism plays a significant role in the success of certain types of businesses across various areas of the country.” The blog shared links to the four travel-related infographics shown below.

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Note: The U.S. Census Bureau will release stats from the 2017 Economic Census beginning in September 2019 through 2021.

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Get the latest stats shown in this graphic: Table 1. State and Local Government Finances by Level of Government and by State: 2016, see Line 29, General Revenue, Air transportation (airports)

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More Stats:

Source: Quarterly Services Survey, TIME SERIES/TREND CHARTS (Date range end: 2019).

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Source: 2016 County Business Patterns.

Table CB1600A11, Geography Area Series: County Business Patterns

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From the Newsroom:

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Source: 2012 Economic Census.

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