RAN Station
Observations for the current month:


Observed Temperature RAN

Information on the Temperature observed in the National Agroclimatic Network (RAN) is available here.

In menu>analysis you can select the variable: measured and anomaly. In menu>region you can select a region.

Observed: This map shows the temperature, as measured in the different RAN stations. The measurements are in [degrees C]. Every point on the map indicates the localization of a meteorological station. The color scale, from light green to dark green, indicates the temperature; dark green corresponds with higher temperature.

Percentage: This map shows the Temperature as percentage of the temperature normally expected in this month. The percentage indicates conditions of deviation from the normal situation.

Standardized Anomaly: This map shows the temperature as standardized anomaly. The anomaly is the difference between the temperature measured and the temperature normally expected in this month. The anomaly indicates warmer or colder conditions compared to a normal situation.

The data used for the calculation is provided through the National Agroclimatic Network (RAN). More information on this network can be requested at unea@minagri.gob.cl

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How is the percentage calculated?

The percentage is calculated by dividing the monthly temperature measured in a station by the average temperature (calculated using historical data of the specific station and month in consideration) and multiplying it with 100.

Dataset Documentation

Observed Temperature at RAN measuring stations
Data Source


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