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The Florida Climate Center serves as the primary resource for climate data, information, and services in the state of Florida.

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The Florida Climate Center achieves its mission by providing climate monitoring, research, and expertise to be applied by the people, institutions, and businesses of Florida and the surrounding region.

We provide direct service by fulfilling requests for climate and weather data and information in a variety of formats.

We perform research that advances the understanding of the climate variability and changes of Florida and the surrounding region.

We provide outreach in presentations and at events aimed at a variety of groups, interests, and ages.

Brouillette PhotoClimatologist

Rm. 241

(850) 644-0719 phone

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I began in my position in the Florida Climate Center in June 2016 after completing a bachelor's degree in meteorology at Northern Illinois University (2012) and a master's in meteorology at Penn State (2015). My work involves supporting the full range of operations of the Center, including fulfilling requests for climate data and information, performing research on applied-climate topics pertinent to Florida and the surrounding region, and providing climate outreach to Florida citizens. I also serve as a state coordinator for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow (CoCoRaHS) Network, which is a high-density precipitation-observation network of volunteer observers.

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2000 Levy Avenue
Building A, Suite 292
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2741
Phone: (850) 644-3417 | (850) 644-0719

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