The New Hampshire State Climate Office (NHSCO) serves the citizens of New Hampshire as a resource for climate data, information and research relevant to the needs of the state and its residents and as a focal point for climate eductaion and outreach. The NHSCO works in cooperation with the Northeast Regional Climate Center and NOAA/NCEI's Regional Climate Services - Eastern Region to provide the public with quality and timely information on weather and climate and analyses in support of local and state-level climate change resilience activities.
The NHSCO is the official American Association of State Climatologists (AASC) Recognized State Climate Office (ARSCO) for New Hampshire. The New Hampshire State Climatologist resides within the Department of Geography at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and the office is supported by the College of Liberal Arts in fulfillment of the UNH mission as a land-, sea-, and space-grant institution.Dr. Mary Stampone, New Hampshire State Climatologist Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Geography, UNH