The climate of the Cedar-Sauk Field Station in its annual cycle can be described in terms of (a) energy inputs and their consequences, (b) water inputs and budget, and (c) weather phenomena. All these aspects of climate express a marked seasonality between long, snowy, and cold winters, and fully developed, warm summers. Let us look first at the energy factors in its climate.
Miller, D. 1977. Seasonal climates at the Cedar-Sauk Field Station. Field Station Bulletin 10(1): 6-11.