March continued cool
March raw anomaly data (orange)
Daily maximum temperature anomaly (all x-axes), which had been very high until January, remained below -1.5°.
Daily minimum temperature anomaly (lower left): fell to just below normal.
Subsoil temperature anomaly (lower right): was still near normal.
Moistures (moist is at the bottom)
Rainfall anomaly (upper left) fell from plus 100 mm/month to normal.
Cloudiness anomaly (upper right): remained high.
Dew point anomaly (middle left): returned to normal.
Daily temperature range anomaly (middle right) returned from -3.0° to -1.5°.
Fully smoothed data values (red)
Most smoothed anomaly values for September 2019 moved a little further towards drought. Smoothed daily maximum temperature anomaly reached a new 21st century record of +2.07° above normal in September, with a higher record to be expected in October or later.
Due to illness, 45 days were missed for some Manilla values, beginning from 23/3/20. No values were noted for cloud or soil temperature; daily maximum and minimum air temperatures were estimated by regression on values from Tamworth Airport Automatic Weather Service.]
January data points are marked by squares.
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