ARCHIVE - Forecast relative to the night starting on 2019/01/15 MST

Note: click on a figure to magnify the image.
Date of figures refers to the start of night in MST.

TEMPERATURE TEMPORAL EVOLUTION AT GROUND LEVELS

Temperature temporal evolution between the sunset and the sunrise. Temperature T is measured either in Kelvin (right scale - absolute temperature) or Celsius (left scale).
Astronomical dusk and dawn are shown too. Values are representative of the first vertical grid points of the model. Specifically three levels are represented:
  • Level K=2 ---> 8.5m a.g.l. (representative of the [0-17]m vertical slab).
  • Level K=3 ---> 27.5m a.g.l. (representative of the [17-38]m vertical slab).
  • Level K=4 ---> 50m a.g.l. (representative of the [38-62]m vertical slab).

On the x-axis is time in UT (bottom), in MST (top). Raw data points frequency is equal to the model time-step (typically from a fraction of second up to a few seconds, depending on the model configuration used). Data points are re-sampled at a temporal frequency of 20 minutes after a 1-hour moving average. The red error bars are the sigma over the 20 minutes sampling, computed before the moving average.


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Fig. 1: Temperature temporal evolution between the sunset and the sunrise at [0-17]m.




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Fig. 2: Temperature temporal evolution between the sunset and the sunrise at [17-38]m.




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Fig. 3: Temperature temporal evolution between the sunset and the sunrise at [38-62]m.