Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss

Swiss climate maps

The following graphics display monthly and annual means of temperature, precipitation sums, sunshine duration (in percentage of the standard mean) since 1981 to date as well as anomalies in respect to the latest set of 30-year averages (normal values). Furthermore monthly and annual means of global radiation are displayed since 2004 to date, anomalies of the global radiation are in respect to the mean from 2004 to date. A detailed review of the monthly and annual weather is given in the weather reports. Due to data quality checks the graphics are continuously updated, especially for the latest calculated month. Precipitation data are preliminary up to the 26th, global radiation data are available only a few days after the end of a month. Climate change during the last 50 years compiled as

Climate_poster_1963_2013.pdf, 7.9 MB

 

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MeteoSwiss offers spatialy gridded data in different spatial and temporal resolutions depending on the specific product. Detailed information on the method and about the different products can be found on the following sites:
Gridded datasets

 

Climate poster 1963-2013

Future climate change in Switzerland

Gridded data

gridded data

Climate averages - maps

Klimakarte des Niederschlags 1961-1990

CM SAF at MeteoSwiss

Seasonal means of global radiation

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