The statistical dataset developed from the KSC/CCAFS convective wind climatology breaks out the climatological data both by individual convective period and by month and year against wind speeds versus hour, height, direction, and tower of observation. The quality-control review of the climatology does impact the convective wind statistics. The year of the maximum number of convective events, 2009, was reduced from 95 to 86 events. The removal of 36 synoptic or tropical cyclone influenced events also removed a 0900 UTC peak of warning-level convective wind observations in the month of August. Despite statistical revisions, previous research utilizing the convective wind climatology has likely not been invalidated, as the post-revision statistics exhibit characteristics similar to their pre-revision values. These previously created statistical summaries have been used to identify characteristic patterns in the warm season convective wind climatology, such the identification of July as the month in which most convective events occur. Other observations resulting from the statistical summaries include the dominance of southwesterly synoptic flow regimes and wind directions with regards to convective periods, and the display of the diurnal cycle of convective activity. The utilization of a radar climatology has also allowed for the identification and analysis of key variables associated with convective events, such as storm initiation, motion, and strength.