National Institute of Meteorology – INMET

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In March, the total rainfall recorded at the Inmet conventional meteorological station in Natal (RN) was 262.4 millimeters (mm). This value corresponds to 31% above the climatological average (1991-2020), which is 200.8 mm (figure 1).

Throughout the month, 15 days were recorded with rainfall above 1.0 mm. The highest daily rainfall total of the month occurred on the 8th, with 98.6 mm.

Temperature

The average minimum temperature was 25.6°C (1.4°C above the climatological temperature of the conventional season, which is 24.2°C).

A smaller temperature minimum of the month occurred on the 8th, with 23.5°C. Already the bigger minimum of the month was 27.7ºC, on the 20th.

The average maximum temperature was 31.4°C (0.7°C above the climatology of the conventional season, which is 30.7°C). A bigger
temperature maximum of the month was 32.9°C, on the 19th. The lowest temperature maximum
it was 27.3°C on the 1st.

Figure 1:
Graph with the maximum, minimum temperatures and precipitation (rainfall) of the automatic station, with their respective climatological normals (1991-2020) of the conventional station.

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