Historical reference climatology

Historical reference climatology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

coopération
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On December 17, 2020 a press conference organized at the The National Institute of Meteorology  headquarters  to announce the launch of the project - Net de l'Environnement Transfr… View
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26 countries will share and capitalize their expertise to improve weather predictions.

On 27 November 2020, twenty-six National Meteorological Services of 26 countries of Europe a… View
Summer Climate Report 2020 ( June – July - August )
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The summer of 2020 was marked by a rise in temperature across the country. The average temperature in all the stations and during this summer it reached 27.80 ° C, it was higher th… View
Average maximum temperature during August 2020
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   The month August 2020 was marked by a noticeable rise in temperature, and our country witnessed the emergence of three heat waves, also the average temperature exceeded the refe… View