- Climate Maps
- Monthly and Annual Maps
Type of data
There are a total of 28 rainfall stations with a long term reference period from 1981 to 2010. Each station yields a long term mean for that reference period. The percentage anomaly refers to the percentage deviation of the current station value away from the long term station mean. A positive (negative) anomaly implies that the value is higher (lower) than the long term mean.
There are less than 5 temperature stations with a long term reference period from 1981 to 2010. Hence for temperature, there are no anomaly isolines as there are insufficient stations with long term records for accurate representation of the isolines.