Dry Bulb Temperature, by country, station and year

Part of World Meteorological Organization Standard Normals.

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WMO defines climatological standard normals as "averages of climatological data computed for the following consecutive periods of 30 years: January 1, 1901 to December 31, 1930, January 1, 1931 to December 31, 1960, etc." (WMO, 1984).The latest global standard normals period is 1961-1990. The next standard normals periode is January 1991 - December 2020.

Footnotes
1 code for missing value
2 code for value > 0.0 but < the smallest unit at the archived precision

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Sep 28, 2016
Environment
IBM Analytics
Country or TerritoryStation NameWMO Station NumberNational Station Id NumberPeriodElement-Statistic Qualifier CodeStatistic DescriptionUnitJanJan FootnotesFebFeb FootnotesMarMar FootnotesAprApr FootnotesMayMay FootnotesJunJun FootnotesJulJul FootnotesAugAug FootnotesSepSep FootnotesOctOct FootnotesNovNov FootnotesDecDec FootnotesAnnualAnnual FootnotesAnnual NCDC Computed ValueAnnual NCDC Computed Value Footnotes
Country or TerritoryStation NameWMO Station NumberNational Station Id NumberPeriodElement-Statistic Qualifier CodeStatistic DescriptionUnitJanJan FootnotesFebFeb FootnotesMarMar FootnotesAprApr FootnotesMayMay FootnotesJunJun FootnotesJulJul FootnotesAugAug FootnotesSepSep FootnotesOctOct FootnotesNovNov FootnotesDecDec FootnotesAnnualAnnual FootnotesAnnual NCDC Computed ValueAnnual NCDC Computed Value Footnotes
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFFaiz abad409041964-1983Mean Valuedeg C-0.127.714.117.623.727.125.720.314.27.52.713.713.5
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFSheberghan409081964-1983Mean Valuedeg C24.910.517.323.228.83128.623.116.4105.416.916.8
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFMazar-i-Sharif409111959-1983Mean Valuedeg C2.65.110.817.924.529.933.329.923.916.79.15.117.317.4
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFKunduz409131958-1983Mean Valuedeg C1.64.410.417.222.929.331.329.223.916.99.54.416.916.7
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFMaimana409221959-1983Mean Valuedeg C248.415.420.125.527.625.220.514.58.64.714.714.7
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFNorth Salang409301960-1983Mean Valuedeg C-10.3-9.5-5.4-0.12.97.59.78.64.70.7-4-7.8-0.2-0.2
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFJabulsaraj409321961-1983Mean Valuedeg C1.22.6915.119.825.327.326.322.617.210.74.215.315.1
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFQalai naw409371970-1983Mean Valuedeg C0.12.43.615.120.825.828.225.320.5148.63.915.414
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFHerat409381958-1983Mean Valuedeg C2.95.510.216.322.127.229.82822.916.18.84.715.816.2
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFChakhcharan409421968-1983Mean Valuedeg C-9.4-7.31.69.312.817.219.317.812.46.91.5-4.46.36.5
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFBamiyan409451960-1983Mean Valuedeg C-6.4-4.81.48.612.416.318.417.412.87.81.6-2.86.96.9
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFKabul409481956-1983Mean Valuedeg C-2.3-0.76.312.817.322.82524.119.713.15.90.61212.1
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFJalal Abad409541959-1983Mean Valuedeg C8.510.916.321.927.732.732.831.928.122.214.99.521.421.4
AFGHANISTAN, ISLAMIC STATE OFGhazni409681958-1983Mean Valuedeg C-5.9-4.43.81116.321.423.322.216.910.34-1.89.79.8
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