Agromet Bulletins

Agromet Bulletin No.16, Dekad 1, June (1 – 10) 2012

The 1st Dekad of June 2012 witnessed widespread rainfall activities across the country. Areas in and around the north-western flank of the country, Potiskum and few areas in the Niger-delta had deficit rainfall anomalies while the rest..........

Agromet Bulletin No.15, Dekad 3, May (21 – 31) 2012

During the period under review, surplus rainfall anomalies were recorded across the country except for Gombe, Lafia, Ibi, Ado-Ekiti, Ikeja, Asaba, Umuahia and Port-Harcourt which had deficits. The country..........

Agromet Bulletin No.14, Dekad 2, May (11 – 20) 2012

The 2nd dekad of May 2012 witnessed moderate to heavy rains with thundery activities across the country. Most stations in the north had rainfall amounts lower than the long term means while the reverse was the case for the south.

Agromet Bulletin No.13, Dekad 1, May (1 – 10) 2012

Significant rains and thunderstorms were recorded with most stations receiving rainfall amounts lower than the long term mean during the 1st dekad of May 2012. Pronounced negative rainfall anomalies were noted along the western...........

Agromet Bulletin No.12, Dekad 3, April (21 – 30) 2012

During the 3rd dekad of April 2012, moderate to heavy rains with thundery activities fell across the country. Most stations had rainfall amounts lower than the long term means. However, positive rainfall anomalies were recorded............

Agromet Bulletin No.11, Dekad 2, April (11 – 20) 2012

Moderate to heavy rainfall fell across the country during the 2nd decade of April, 2012. Niger Delta and western half of the country had positive rainfall anomalies. The highest rainfall amounts of 127.2mm were recorded in Ado-Ekiti.........

Agromet Bulletin No.10, Dekad 1, April (1 – 10) 2012

The country recorded moderate to heavy rainfall across the entire south and some parts of the middle belt with amounts ranging from 109.5mm in Ikom to 1mm in Bauchi. In the 1st dekad of April 2012, rainfall distribution has improved.........

Agromet Bulletin No.7, Dekad 1, Mar (1 – 10) 2012

Light to moderate rains fell in most parts of the southwest and few areas in the Niger delta with Eket and Akure recording the highest rainfall of 71.8mm and 54.9mm respectively. The north and central areas......

Agromet Bulletin No.6, Dekad 3, Feb (21 – 29) 2012

Surplus rainfall anomalies were observed in most parts of the south with parts of the southwest recording deficits during the 3rd dekad of February. Light to moderate rains fell across the south with Calabar recording the highest amount.....

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