At just 3% of normal for the month, rainfall until December 12th
The average amount of precipitation that fell in the free areas amounts to only 3% of the normal for the month of December
The average amount of precipitation that fell in the free areas from the 3st of the month until 1:8.00 a.m. on the 12th of December is just XNUMX% of the normal for the month of December, according to preliminary data published on Tuesday by the Department of Meteorology.
According to the data, the average total rainfall during the same period was just 3mm, while the normal rainfall for the whole month is 105,6mm.
In particular, the largest amount of rainfall during the period in question occurred in Saitta with 26,6 millimeters, which corresponds to 19% of the normal in the area for the month of December.
They are followed by Platania with 7,6 mm which corresponds to only 4% of the normal rainfall in the area for the month of December, Prodromos with 7,4 mm which also corresponds to 4% of normal and Frenaros with 7,3 mm which corresponds to 9 % of normal rainfall for the area.
In the last 24 hours, the largest amount of precipitation was recorded in the area of Polis Chrysochous with 3,5 millimeters, an amount that is the first amount of precipitation that fell in the area and in Pano Panagia with 2,2 millimeters, also the first amount of precipitation that fell in the area.