Confinement  and coronavirus

Confinement and coronavirus:

Air quality improved significantly during the confinement, which has now lasted almost a month and a half (March and April). A spectacular fall in nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Sulfur dioxide (SO2) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) produced mainly by human activities, was observed during this period in several Tunisian cities and in particular in the North and at the Center, using satellite measurements from the European center by the European Earth monitoring program - COPERNICUS -, analyzed and developed at the National Institute of Meteorology (INM).

The Report


Average maximum temperature (degrees) during July 2020
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 July 2020 was marked by a relatively high temperature compared to the reference norms* of the month. The average temperature at all approved main stations ** was 28.5°C and exceed… View
Seasonal Climatological Report Spring 2020 in Tunisia
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Spring 2020 was characterized by a significant increase in temperature compared to the previous year and the average temperature (18.7 °C) exceeded the reference seasonal average (… View
Monthly Climatological Bulletin May 2020 in Tunisia
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Monthly Climatological Bulletin
May 2020 in Tunisia

Annular eclipse of the Sun on Sunday 21 June, 2020
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An annular eclipse of the Sun occurs on Sunday 21 June, 2020 . A large annular eclipse will cover over 99% of the Sun, creating a dramatic spectacle for observers in a narrow path… View