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Climate Data for PARCC From Department Water Resources 7, Marina Parade Banjul, The Gambia Tel: (220)
Outline Sources of Meteorological Data Network of National Meteorological and Rainfall Stations Range of Climate Data to be provided to PARCC
Sources of Meteorological data 10 land surface stations –24-hour stations (2) –daylight stations (8) Upper air station, Marine station, Radar (0) –Autographic recorders –Rainfall (3) –Sunshine (10) –Wind, Temperature, Humidity (0) Satellite Reception –Started in 1979 –MSG installed & operational since June 2005 and upgraded in 2010 –SADIS 2G Numerical Weather Products
National Network of Meteorological Stations
Network of Rainfall Station
Range of Climate Data Provided Maximum and Minimum Temperatures ( o C) Precipitation (mm) Relative Humidity (%) Maximum Wind speed (knots)
Maximum and Minimum Temperatures Banjul (1981 – 2010) Yundum (1981 – 2010) Kerewan (1981 – 2010) Sibanor (1986 – 2010) Jenoi (1981 – 2010) Kaur (1984 – 2010) Janjanbureh (1981 – 2010) Sapu (1981 – 2010) Basse (1981 – 2010) Fatoto (1988 – 2010)
Precipitation Banjul (1981 – 2010) Yundum (1981 – 2010) Kerewan (1981 – 2010) Sibanor (1985 – 2010) Jenoi (1981 – 2010) Kaur (1981 – 2010) Janjanbureh (1981 – 2010) Sapu (1981 – 2010) Basse (1981 – 2010) Fatoto (1981 – 2010)
Relative Humidity Banjul (1981 – 2010) Yundum (1981 – 2010) Kerewan (1981 – 2010) Sibanor (1986 – 2010) Jenoi (1981 – 2010) Kaur (1985 – 2010) Janjanbureh (1981 – 2010) Sapu (1981 – 2010) Basse (1981 – 2010) Fatoto (1988 – 2010)
Maximum Wind speed (Knots) Banjul (1981 – 2010) Yundum (1981 – 2010) Kerewan (1984 – 2010) Sibanor (1987 – 2010) Jenoi (1984 – 2010) Kaur (1984 – 2010) Janjanbureh (1981 – 2010) Sapu (1984 – 2010) Basse (1981 – 2010) Fatoto (1988 – 2010)
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