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Previous Accumulated Precipitation Deficiency
(Multi-scale Monitoring)

CPC CMORPH consists of satellite precipitation estimates that have been bias corrected and reprocessed using the the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) Morphing Technique (MORPH) to form a global, high resolution precipitation analysis. Data is reprocessed on a global grid with 8km-by-8km spatial resolution. Temporal resolution is 30 minutes over a 20 year period of record (January 1998–present).


Total Precipitation

7day 14day 30day 60day 90day 120day 180day 270day 1yr 1.5yr 2yr
Regions:
Global
Africa
Central_America
Central_Asia
Europe
South_America
North_America
Sub-Regions:
Central_Africa
West_Africa
East_Africa
South_Africa
Yemen

Precipitation Anomaly

7day 14day 30day 60day 90day 120day 180day 270day 1yr 1.5yr 2yr
Regions:
Global
Africa
Central_America
Central_Asia
Europe
South_America
North_America
Sub-Regions:
Central_Africa
West_Africa
East_Africa
South_Africa
Yemen

Precipitation Anomaly Percent

7day 14day 30day 60day 90day 120day 180day 270day 1yr 1.5yr 2yr
Regions:
Global
Africa
Central_America
Central_Asia
Europe
South_America
North_America
Sub-Regions:
Central_Africa
West_Africa
East_Africa
South_Africa
Yemen

 Last update: Saturday, 25-Jun-2022 08:08:19 UTC 

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