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Weather Forecast and Climatic Characteristics for March

17:35 / 28.02.2020

Ararat and Armavir Province, Aragatsotn and Kotayk foothills

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be +7...+80C, which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average.  In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to -2...-40C at night, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to +18...+200C in the daytime (historical minimum observed has been -22...-240C, maximum +25...+280C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 25-35 mm).

Shirak, Kotayk and Gegharkunik Provinces, Aragatsotn and Kotayk mountainous regions

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be --1...-30C, which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average. In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to -7...-100C at night, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to +10...+150C in the daytime (historical minimum observed has been -30...-330C, maximum +17...+200C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 40-60 mm).

Lori Province

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be +1...+30C, which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average. In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to -6...-90C at night, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to +17...+200C in the daytime (historical minimum observed has been -26...-280C, maximum +22...+250C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 35-40 mm).

Tavush Province

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be +3...+60C, which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average. In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to -2...-50C at night, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to +20...+220C in the daytime (historical minimum observed has been -12...-160C, maximum 27...+300C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 40-50 mm).

Vayots Dzor Province

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be +5...+70C in foothills, in mountainous regions 0...-20C which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average. In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to -2...-40C in foothills at night, in mountainous regions -7...-100C, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to +18...+200C in foothills, in the mountainous regions +12...+150C in the daytime (historical minimum observed in foothills has been -20...-220C, maximum +27...+280C, in mountainous regions minimum has been --27...-300C, maximum +17...+200C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 50-80 mm).

Syunik Province

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be +7...+90C in valleys, in foothills +1...+30C in which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average. In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to 0...-20C in valleys at night, in foothills -5...-80C, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to -+22...+250C in valleys in the daytime, in foothills +12...+170C, (historical minimum observed in valleys has been -12...-150C, maximum +30...+320C, in foothills minimum has been -27...-300C, maximum +23...+250C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 35-75 mm).

Yerevan city

The monthly medium air temperature is predicted to be +6...+70C, which is 1-2 degrees higher than the perennial average. In separate days of the month decrease in air temperature is possible up to -2...-40C at night, in the second half of the month the air temperature will increase up to +18...+200C in the daytime (historical minimum observed has been -23...-250C, maximum +26...+280C). The amount of annual precipitation is predicted to be near the norm (norm has been 40 mm).

Climatic Characteristics for March

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