Haryana-Climate part 3 Presented by Adv Manoj Vats...
Average number of rainy days in Haryana during the south west monsoon is about 25 days and varies spatially from 14 days to 40 days. Days when there is high rainfall events range from 1 to 3 days and similarly the extreme rainfall days are less and is about 1 day.
Average number of rainy days in Haryana during the post monsoon (winter) is about 2 days and varies from 1 days to 3 days. Days when there are high and extreme rainfall events are negligible
Observed Temperature trends The state of Haryana shows a spatial as well as temporal variability Diurnal temperature varies from 31.4 Degree Centigrade to 17.4 Degree Centigrade
There is no significant trend in the mean maximum temperature, minimum temperature shows an increase of about 1.0 Degree Centigrade to 1.2 Degree Centigrade in 37 years
Districts of Fatehabad, Jhajjar and Karnal show higher increase in the minimum temperature (1.1 Degree Centigrade to 1.3 Degree Centigrade).
Inter annual variation is not significant. Spatial variation in annual maximum and minimum temperature found to be around 2 Degree Centigrade seasonal average maximum temperature is higher during pre monsoon and monsoon season and ranges between 35.4 Degree Centigrade to 36.2 Degree Centigrade.
Similarly seasonal average minimum temperature is lowest during winter and rangs from 6.9 degree Centigrade to 7.6 Centigrade.
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Adv Manoj Vats
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