Historical reference climatology

Historical reference climatology

Climate Normals are three-decade averages of climatological variables including temperature and precipitation.

This product is produced once every 10 years.

Here the monthly 1981–2010 Climate Normals of the temperature and the precipitation in many stations of North Africa region are calculated from NCDC’s observations daily data

Climate Normals are three-decade averages of climatological variables including temperature and precipitation.

ACTUALITÉS

Cumulative rainfall (mm)_May 2022
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       May 2022 was marked by an increase in temperature in most regions of Tunisia.  The general average (27 main stations) averaged 23 degrees and was above the reference average… View
pollution at
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The temporal and spatial evolution of air pollutants in Tunisia for May 2022:

The monthly means of environmental pollutants at ground level, collected daily from the Sentinel-5P s… View
Cumulative rainfall April 2022 at the main stations
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      April 2022 was mostly stable due to the presence of high pressure on our country. However, some weather fluctuations of limited effectiveness covered our areas on some days a… View
 pluie mars 2022
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March 2022 was marked by a shift between stability in weather factors on some days and the passage of weather fluctuations of varying effectiveness on other days. The precipitation… View