Climate of Haryana Haryana- Climate part 2 Presented by Adv Manoj Vats..
Climate - Current Baseline and Climate Projections of Haryana The long term trends in observed seasonal precipitation and temperature over Haryana using IMD gridded rainfall and temperature at daily time scales has been performed to arrive at current baseline climatology for the basin. Summary is presented in the following raphs
Data used IMD gridded rainfall at 0.5 degree spatial resolution for the time perioc 1971-2005 (35 years)
IMD gridded maximum and minimum temperature at 1 degree spatial resolution for the time period 1969 2005 (37 years)
OBSERVED PRECIPITATION TRENDS Rainfall in the State of Haryana varies considerably both in space and time every year.
The mean south-west monsoon (June, July, August and September) rainfall (447 mm) contributes 82% of annual rainfall (544 mm).Mean monthly rainfall during August (163 mm) is highest and contributes about 30% of annual rainfall followed by July which contributes about 29,5%
The mean rainfall during June is slightly lower and contributes about 10% of annual rainfall. > September rainfall contributes 13 % of annual rainfall
Contribution of pre-monsoon (March, Apri and May) rainfall and post- monsoon (October, November and December) rainfall in annual rainfall is 8% and 5.8% respectively. Inter annual variation in rainfall is very marginal
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Adv Manoj Vats
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