June 2012 Vertical Radiation
Day Daily Mean Daily Sum Maximum
w/m2 kwh w/m2
1 -50.01 -1.2 -129.5
2 -76.70 -1.8 -178.4
3 -76.14 -1.8 -159.3
4 -83.02 -2.0 -155.5
5 -98.92 -2.4 -166.3
6 -67.45 -1.6 -109.7
7 -83.99 -2.0 -147.6
8 -101.73 -2.4 -140.3
9 -39.93 -1.0 -110.7
10 -59.68 -1.4 -156.5
11 -111.03 -2.7 -181.4
12 -47.94 -1.2 -86.1
13 -39.59 -1.0 -93.5
14 -81.90 -2.0 -175.1
15 -108.63 -2.6 -182.1
16 -111.29 -2.7 -160.5
17 -93.67 -2.2 -146
18 -128.60 -3.1 -183.3
19 -132.58 -3.2 -191.5
20 -112.48 -2.7 -193.1
21 -140.90 -3.4 -190.6
22 -128.18 -3.1 -184.9
23 -112.56 -2.7 -181.3
24 -96.52 -2.3 -177.6
25 -81.70 -2.0 -172.3
26 -40.65 -1.0 -116
27 -25.96 -0.6 -66.26
28 -49.27 -1.2 -91.6
29 -68.95 -1.7 -139.7
30 -86.63 -2.1 -151.8
Mean daily values of the long wave net (IR) radiation. While the global radiation is always positive or zero, the long wave radiation is normally negative. Note, that the days with high global radiation (none or few clouds), have the highest negative radiation, as the long wave back radiation from the atmosphere is much less under clear conditions when compared to cloudy conditions.
Max: -193 w/m2
Min: -0.017 w/m2
Monthly Mean: -83.15 w/m2