Monthly Climate Report_July 2021 in Tunisia

Bulletin Climatologique Mensuel Juillet 2021

3rd warmest July since 1950

During the month of July 2021, most regions of Tunisia were affected by a noticeable rise in temperature, and all regions (24 main stations) experienced exceptionally high temperatures. In some regions, we have set new records for extreme temperatures. The general average temperature for the month of July this year was above the reference average (1981-2010) by (+2.14)°C, which ranks this month in the third place for the hottest July months since 1950. Concerning the precipitation, Tunisia witnessed during the month of July 2021 a decrease in rainfall of about 70%

 

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The Air Quality during the Confinement and Coronavirus 2020–2021 Period The Case of Tunisia   The Air quality has improved considerably in Tunisia and around the world during periods of general confinement: A scientific study prepared at the National Meteorological Institute, Tunisia and Published in an American scientific journal - Environmental Sciences Proceedings - revealed a significant improvement of the air quality during the first confinement that lasted almost a month and a half (March and April 20
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The Air Quality during the Confinement and Coronavirus 2020–2021 Period The Case of Tunisia 

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In Tunisia, the air quality was characterized by a notable improvement during September 2021. The mean monthly results for this month ; compared with August 2021 , showed… View
الملخص المناخي لفصل الصيف 2021
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Hottest summer on record since 1950

 

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Monthly Climate Report August 2021 in Tunisia
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August 2021 is the hottest on record since 1950

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