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any Meterologists around?

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island_sands

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What would be the easiest way to find the relative humidity over the year of a country?
Also the wet/dry bulb temperatures?

i have been surfing about and get reports 50 pages long.. anyone know of a short-cut?

I also tried NOAA but that's also very long winded to get to the point.
 

sumpa

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A good atlas sometimes has that kind of information: average temperature, mm's of rain, humidity.. If you don't have one or don't want to get one just for this, go to a bookstore and "look around" for free :)

(btw, if you do, check out a small thing at the very north of europe, called sweden.. In the middle you will see 2 lakes, one bigger and one smaller that is quite long but not very wide, called "vättern". That's where i dive :))
 

island_sands

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a lake in sweden? i guess you are taking very good care of your nipples! they must constantly be on stalks in that cold water.
thanks for the tip.
 

cdavis

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Try google search for "weathernet". That site has a ton on info and links to all kinds of other sites. Might be something in it somewhere.

Connor
 
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