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The links below in this section remain available but are not being updated. You are recommended to look at READER data .
Monthly mean temperature, pressure, total cloud amount and wind speed (knots) data for four Antarctic stations: Faraday (from 1956 to 1995, contuinued thereafter as Vernadsky), Halley (from 1957), Rothera (from 1976), Signy (from 1956. Note: the Signy '95 temperature values are unreliable due to instrument problems), Bellingshausen (from 1944), Orcadas (from 1903). Note that Orcadas is quite close to Signy so can be used (with care) to "extend" the Signy record.
Temperature Data: Annual, seasonal and monthly temperature statistics including trends are available for a number of stations here.
The monthly averages of daily max/min temperatues are also available for these stations: Halley, Rothera.
Metadata (instrument history, etc) is available.
The latest report from each station (decoded about every hour) is available for ships and for land stations.
Data for 1980,1,2,8,9 and 1990 is available in files by month and year: wmc-radiosonde-export.
The Climatic Research Unit at
UEA has a lot
of useful climatic data
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