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Monthly data --- chart/table

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Year/Month:   Term:   SPI time scale:
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BUENOS AIRES OBSERVATORIO -ARGENTINA  
Lat.: 34.58 °S / Lon.: 58.48°W   Height: 25(m)
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Year/Month Observation Normal SPI
Mean Temp.
[degC]
Max. Temp.
(Monthly Mean)
[degC]
Min. Temp.
(Monthly Mean)
[degC]
Precip.
[mm]
Mean Temp.
[degC]
Precip.
[mm]
3-Month
6-Month
12-Month
2017-09 14.6 71.6
2017-10 17.7 127.1
2017-11 20.5 127.4
2017-12 23.2 110.6
2018-01 24.8 144.7
2018-02 23.4 120.5
2018-03 21.8 144.2
2018-04 17.8 136.0
2018-05 14.6 93.8
2018-06 11.8 60.8
2018-07 11.0 59.9
2018-08 12.9 76.2
2018-09 14.6 71.6
2018-10 17.7 127.1
2018-11 20.5 127.4
2018-12 23.2 110.6
2019-01 24.8 144.7
2019-02 23.4 120.5
2019-03 21.8 144.2
2019-04 17.8 136.0
2019-05 14.6 93.8
2019-06 11.8 60.8
2019-07 11.0 59.9
2019-08 12.9 76.2

Note) Background colors of the Standardized Precipitation Indices (SPIs) cell in the table are changed in accordance with the degree of dryness only when the values become below -1.0. It is noted that the SPI value with -9999 (9999) will be displayed in the case of extreme low (high) precipitations where occurrence frequencies of such event are significantly small during a certain period. "Occurrence frequencies are significantly small" means cumulative probability equals zero (one) or is very close to zero (one).


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