Current Climatic Condition PowerPoint Presentation

Current Climatic Condition PowerPoint Presentation

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GIS/. Agromet. MAIL. Precipitation Comparison. 21. st. Jan to 21st Feb. Field Report on . fruit trees. Almond has blossomed in most parts of the country where grown. Apricot has also blossomed in some parts of the country where grown. ID: 461983

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Current Climatic Condition

GIS/

Agromet

MAIL

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Precipitation Comparison

21st Jan to 21st Feb

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Field Report on fruit trees

Almond has blossomed in most parts of the country where grown

Apricot has also blossomed in some parts of the country where grown

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Agroclimatic Outlook

February 23 / MAILKabul, Afghanistan

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Outline

Current weather situationWeather Forecast

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Current weather situation

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Below average precipitation in some of the province

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Dryness recovered

February 4 – 10, 2016 Small to moderate precipitation deficits have persisted

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Not very bad situation than last wet season, But mostly in shape of rainfall

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Afghanistan Seasonal Snowpack Status

February 2016

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Basins in the North

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Basins in the West

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Basins in the South

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Basins in the East

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Low snow cover compared to last year and the average

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While we expected above average precipitation this season due to the ongoing El Nino event, it seems that so far this has not happened. The extent of snow covered area is below average, and snow water content of the pack appears to be generally low too.  While basins in the North have accumulations of snow water equivalent (SWE) that are about average, basins in the West and South are well below average according to the model.  In the basins of the East, early season SWE accumulations tracked at about average, but recently they show signs of leveling off to be below average for this time of year.

As a summary on

seasonal snow pack accumulations in Afghanistan

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Weather Forecast

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Short term forecastWeek 1

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Short term forecast

Week 2

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Feb-Apr Forecast

NMME Temperature

NMME Precipitation

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Mar-May Forecast

NMME Temperature

NMME Precipitation

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Apr-Jun Forecast

NMME Temperature

NMME Precipitation

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Assumptions

Although El Niño typically results in above-average precipitation in Central Asia, near-average precipitation for Afghanistan and Tajikistan is forecast through the remainder of the wet season ending in May 2016.Near-surface air temperatures will be above-average through at least May 2016. There is an elevated risk that periods of freezing or frost could damage tree crops, as blooming is likely to happen earlier than usual.There will be a near-average risk of flooding during spring 2016, which reflects expectations for near-average snow accumulation.During the primary 2016 staple season from March – August, it is most likely that the availability of water for irrigation will be normal.

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Current Climatic Condition

GIS/

Agromet

MAIL

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Precipitation Comparison

21st Jan to 21st Feb

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Field Report on fruit trees

Almond has blossomed in most parts of the country where grown

Apricot has also blossomed in some parts of the country where grown

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