Evapotranspiration Summary (in)

Report for Year 2018
Data Last Updated: 2/20/2018 @ 13:15









 Daily DetailMonthly SummarySeasonal Summary 




 Evapotranspiration
DateJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecYear
20180.917 0.247 more than the January average.0.950* 0.033 less than the February average.------------------------------1.867* 25.511 less than the yearly average.
20170.941 0.271 more than the January average.1.609 0.626 more than the February average.2.564 1.047 more than the March average.3.603 1.046 more than the April average.3.817 0.278 more than the May average.5.037 0.557 more than the June average.5.461 1.164 more than the July average.4.070 0.564 more than the August average.3.355 0.621 more than the September average.1.755 0.263 more than the October average.1.075 0.197 more than the November average.0.783 0.058 more than the December average.34.070 6.692 more than the yearly average.
20160.048 0.622 less than the January average.0.208 0.775 less than the February average.0.307 1.210 less than the March average.0.748 1.809 less than the April average.3.380 0.159 less than the May average.6.439 1.959 more than the June average.5.197 0.900 more than the July average.4.310 0.804 more than the August average.3.705 0.971 more than the September average.2.274 0.782 more than the October average.1.352 0.474 more than the November average.0.924 0.199 more than the December average.28.892 1.514 more than the yearly average.
20150.640 0.030 less than the January average.0.684 0.299 less than the February average.1.245 0.272 less than the March average.2.673 0.116 more than the April average.2.639 0.900 less than the May average.2.884 1.596 less than the June average.3.229 1.068 less than the July average.2.400 1.106 less than the August average.1.610 1.124 less than the September average.1.119 0.373 less than the October average.0.986 0.108 more than the November average.1.046 0.321 more than the December average.21.155 6.223 less than the yearly average.
20140.905 0.235 more than the January average.1.232 0.249 more than the February average.1.429 0.088 less than the March average.2.062 0.495 less than the April average.3.060 0.479 less than the May average.2.669 1.811 less than the June average.2.890 1.407 less than the July average.2.538 0.968 less than the August average.1.530 1.204 less than the September average.0.793 0.699 less than the October average.0.728 0.150 less than the November average.0.456 0.269 less than the December average.20.292 7.086 less than the yearly average.
20130.567 0.103 less than the January average.1.215 0.232 more than the February average.2.041 0.524 more than the March average.3.701 1.144 more than the April average.4.799 1.260 more than the May average.5.373 0.893 more than the June average.4.706 0.409 more than the July average.4.212 0.706 more than the August average.3.469 0.735 more than the September average.1.519 0.027 more than the October average.0.940 0.062 more than the November average.0.610 0.115 less than the December average.33.152 5.774 more than the yearly average.
2012------------------------------0.187* 0.691 less than the November average.0.531 0.194 less than the December average.0.718* 26.660 less than the yearly average.
 
Max0.941 1.609 2.564 3.701 4.799 6.439 5.461 4.310 3.705 2.274 1.352 1.046 34.070
Avg0.670 0.983 1.517 2.557 3.539 4.480 4.297 3.506 2.734 1.492 0.878 0.725 27.378
Min0.048 0.208 0.307 0.748 2.639 2.669 2.890 2.400 1.530 0.793 0.187 0.456 0.718
 
* Denotes incomplete data for the month/year.Script Developed by Murry Conarroe of Wildwood Weather.
 
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Evapotranspiration (ET) is a term used to describe the sum of evaporation and plant transpiration from the Earth's land surface to the atmosphere. Evaporation accounts for the movement of water to the air from sources such as the soil, canopy interception, and water bodies. Transpiration accounts for the movement of water within a plant and the subsequent loss of water as vapor through stomata in its leaves.