Average monthly temperatures across the world

Average monthly temperatures across the world

Units: Degrees Celsius
  •  Teniente B./Matienzo 
  •  Vostok 
  •  Ascension Is. 
Source: U.K. Met Office
Published: 2 Jul 2011
  • Provider: U.K. Met Office
  • Source URL: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/research/climate/climate...
  • Catalog: Monthly from Jan. 1701 to May. 2011
  • Localized to: English
  • Tags: , , .
  • Description:

    The dataset contains monthly average surface temperature values from over 5,000
    weather stations across the world.

    The data comes from HadCRUT3, a gridded dataset of global historical surface
    temperature anomalies produced by the Met Office Hadley Centre and the Climatic
    Research Unit at the University of East Anglia. It is one of the global
    temperature records that has underpinned Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
    Change (IPCC) assessment reports and numerous scientific studies.

    The data subset consists of a network of individual land stations that has been
    designated by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) for use in climate
    monitoring and other data that the Met Office has gained permission from the
    owners to make available.

  • Dimensions

    • Weather station
      • Afghanistan
      • Herat
      • Kabul Airport
      • Kandahar Airport
      • Mazar-i-Sharif
      • Albania
      • Shkodra
      • Tirana
      • Vlore
      • Algeria
      • Adrar
      • Annaba
      • Aoulef
      • Arzew
      • Ayata
      • Batna
      • Bechar
      • Bejaia
      • Beni-Abbes
      • Biskra
      • Cap Carbon
      • Chlef
      • Constantine
      • Dar-El-Beida
      • Djanet
      • Djelfa
      • El Golea
      • Elbayadh
      • Ghardaia (1888-2011)
      • Ghardaia (1890-1914)
      • Hassi-Messaoud
      • In Amenas
      • In Salah
      • Laghouat
      • Maghnia
      • Mecheria
      • Medea
      • Miliana
      • Oran / Es Senia
      • Ouallen
      • Ouargla
      • Saida
      • Setif
      • Skikda
      • Tamanrasset
      • Tebessa
      • Timimoun
      • Tindouf
      • Tlemcen
      • Angola
      • Bie Silva Porto
      • Cabinda
      • Carmona
      • Dundo
      • Huambo Nova Lisboa
      • ...