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Anfrage zu historischen Wetterdaten (de,eng)

The CityCLIM project aims to provide advanced weather and climate services specifically for cities to improve understanding and planning for events such as heat waves, which can cause tens of thousands of deaths in city centres.  Part of the data for the CityCLIM climate service comes from citizens themselves. We are looking for citizen scientists to help us understand our local urban climate so that we can better plan for events like heatwaves, which can cause deaths in city centres. Anyone interested in climate action, collecting their own weather data, analysing data and services, and helping to shape climate adaptation strategies for their community can join.

We, the CityCLIM scientific project, are looking for weather enthusiasts and amateur meteorologists who have kept their own records of local weather. Perhaps you have recorded temperature and rainfall to support your agricultural or horticultural projects? Maybe you had to keep a weather diary at school? Perhaps you have found old weather records from your grandparents? If you have historical weather data, we would love to see it!

Your input is therefore very important to us. Thank you for taking the time to answer these questions and for providing us with data where requested.
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