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The mean wind direction is the four cardinal points during the hour, and the average growing degree for the day is added. The lightly tinted areas within the boundary are the hours spent in the upper left corner of the map with the highest average wind speed. Hours with average wind speed of less than 1.0 km / h and hours with wind speeds of more than 2 km / h are excluded.
The most snow fell on 31 days, on 4 February and the least on 30 days, with the lowest snow falling on 1 and 2 May. In the last 30 years, the rainfall was the greatest on 32 days, with the majority of the rainfall on 1 March, while the rainfall was the highest in 31 days around 2 May.
The clear part of the year at Radcliffe began on June 15 and lasted 4.7 months until it ended on November 5. The sultry season lasted 4-2 months, with comfort being "muggy, oppressive and miserable." The light periods of the years lasted between 4 and 4 months and the coldest between 2 and 3 months.
Daylight saving time (Daylight Savings Time) was observed from spring (March 8) and lasted 7-8 months until it ended in autumn (November 1). The longest day was December 21, with an early sunset at 5.24pm on December 6, and the shortest day is December 21. The earliest sunset is on December 1st at 16.30, a later sunset on December 2nd and December 3rd at 18.45.
If one day is wet, the wet season lasts 4-8 months, the dry season 6-9 months (October-December).
The growing season at Radcliff lasts 3-4 months, rarely from March 21 to April 23 and ends from October 11 to November 18. The windy part of the year lasts 6 - 6 months and the wind is between 35 and 50 km / h and is the most common time of the year for the growth of the plant (March to October). Winds range from 10-15 km / h to 30-40 km / h during the dry season (October-December).
The hot season lasts 3 - 8 months and the cold season lasts from October to December with a maximum temperature of -20 - 25 degrees Celsius.
During the year, the temperature typically fluctuates between 27AdegF and 87AdegaF and rarely exceeds 11ADEGF or above 93ADegf. The hottest day of the year is July 20, with an average high of 87 Aegon points and a low of 69 Aegon points.