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climatic data of medak khamamm Warangal from year 1990to2014
Get data on Yearly and Seasonal Frequency of Cyclones and Depressions in the basin of Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and Land for different intensity levels i.e Depression, Cyclonic Storm and Severe Cyclonic Storm.
Get month wise all India rainfall data. The sub-division wise rainfall and its departure from normal for each month and season has been provided in the data.
Get data of All India Seasonal and Annual Min/Max Temperature Series. The time series shows a warming over India during the recent years.
Get data of All India Seasonal and Annual Mean Temperature Series. The time series shows a warming over India during the recent years.
This time series is based on the surface air temperature (1.2 m above sea level) data from more than 350 stations spread over the country. The time series shows a warming over India during the recent years.
This time series is based on the surface air temperature (1.2 m above sea level) data from more than 350 stations spread over the country. The time series shows a warming over India during the recent years.
Annual and seasonal minimum (night) temperatures in 0C averaged over the country as a whole for the period 1901-2012. This time series is based on the surface air temperature (1.2 m above sea level) data from more than 350 stations spread over the country. The time series shows a warming over India during the recent years.
Monthly, annual and seasonal frequency of cyclonic storms and above (low pressure weather systems with associated wind speed exceeding 60 km per hour) which formed over the north Indian ocean (Arabian Sea + Bay of Bengal) during the period 1951-2012.
This data refers to details on monthly, annual and seasonal frequency of depressions and deep depressions (low pressure weather systems with associated wind speed 32-59 Km per hour) which formed over the north Indian ocean (Arabian Sea + Bay of Bengal) during the period 1951-2012.

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