Climate Data for Latitude 17.25 Longitude -90.25

 

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Maya UNESCO-MAB Biosphere Reserve
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Averages (English) Metric

TypeUnitsJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecPeriod
Min Temp63.864.266.970.372.072.771.871.772.070.766.865.2109 years
Mean Temp73.575.078.181.882.782.381.181.681.279.475.874.2109 years
Max Temp83.286.089.593.493.692.190.691.590.688.284.983.2109 years
WetDays8.25.83.12.86.517.522.418.123.717.810.29.1109 years
Precipitationin3.62.21.72.16.511.110.39.612.110.55.23.8109 years
Potential Evapotranspirationin3.33.75.05.65.74.84.94.94.13.83.23.1109 years
Yearly Average Temperatures 1901 - 2009 (English) Latitude 17.25 Longitude -90.25
Monthly Mean Temperatures 1901 - 2009 (English) Latitude 17.25 Longitude -90.25
Yearly Total Precipitation 1901 - 2009 (English) Latitude 17.25 Longitude -90.25
Yearly Total Wet Days 1901 - 2009 Latitude 17.25 Longitude -90.25
Yearly Total Potential Evapotranspiration 1901 - 2009 (English) Latitude 17.25 Longitude -90.25

Climate data provided by CRU TS 3.1 - University of East Anglia Climate Research Unit (CRU). [Phil Jones, Ian Harris]. CRU Time Series (TS) high resolution gridded datasets, [Internet]. NCAS British Atmospheric Data Centre, 2008, Accessed: 28-July-2011
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The calculation method for the potential evapotranspiration is the FAO grass reference equation (Ekstrom et al., 2007, which is based on Allen et al., 1994). It is a variant of the Penman Monteith method using TMP, TMN, TMX, VAP, CLD.