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  • Jul. 2013 - Average monthly minimum temperatures [ºC] lux_2013_07_map_temp_minimum,lux_2013_07_samples_temp_minimum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • Aug. 2013 - Average monthly maximum temperatures [ºC] lux_2013_08_map_temp_maximum,lux_2013_08_samples_temp_maximum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • Oct. 2013 - Temperature monthly average [ºC] lux_2013_10_map_temp_average,lux_2013_10_samples_temp_average The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • Jun. 2012 - Average monthly maximum temperatures [ºC] lux_2012_06_map_temp_maximum,lux_2012_06_samples_temp_maximum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • 2012 - Temperature yearly minimum [ºC] lux_2012_00_map_temp_minimum,lux_2012_00_samples_temp_minimum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • May 2012 - Average monthly minimum temperatures [ºC] lux_2012_05_map_temp_minimum,lux_2012_05_samples_temp_minimum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • Jun. 2013 - Temperature monthly average [ºC] lux_2013_06_map_temp_average,lux_2013_06_samples_temp_average The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • Jan. 2012 - Precipitation, monthly sum [mm] lux_2012_01_map_pluvio_sum,lux_2012_01_samples_pluvio_sum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • 2013 - Average annual minimum temperatures [ºC] lux_2013_00_map_temp_minimum,lux_2013_00_samples_temp_minimum The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).

  • Nov. 2012 - Precipitation, monthly difference to reference period [mm] lux_2012_11_map_pluvio_diff_mm,lux_2012_11_samples_pluvio_diff_mm The thematic maps presented here are published annually in the hydro-climatological Atlas of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. The project is a collaboration between the Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the Administration de la gestion de l’eau (AGE) and the Administration des services techniques de l’agriculture (ASTA). The maps show the spatial distribution and temporal evolution of air temperature and precipitation providing an overview of the meteorological situation in Luxembourg. The basis of this documentation is a dense and continuously operating measurement network throughout the country. For regions in which measurements are unavailable, values were estimated by means of spatial interpolation (Inverse Distance Weighting). The current precipitation patterns are compared with a climatic reference period (30 years).