Heating and cooling degree-days are indicators of how much energy a typical household or building will use for space heating or cooling. The more heating degree-days you have, the more energy it will take to heat the inside of the home or building. The more cooling degree-days you have, the more energy it will take to cool the inside of the home or building.
For the weather stations listed below, monthly time series of heating and cooling degree days, and normal heating and cooling degree days are directly available. The geographic area of interest is the service area of Indiana Michigan Power and those of power supply entities connected with it.
For the same weather stations, daily time series of minimum, average, and maximum temperature are available by request. Contact Matt Norman.
Data is also available for other weather stations across the entire American Electric Power system.