|News and current events
|New grafics and tables for long-term trend in Stuttgart (German)|
|Long-term trend 1965 - 2015|
|New information on the Noise action plan Stuttgart (German)|
|Forward projection 2015|
|Climate passbook Stuttgart -
Tips and coupons for a better life!
|Urban climate Viewer: Maps and plans with detailed thematic maps on climate, air and noise|
|Noise Maps Stuttgart 2012|
|Noise action plan Stuttgart|
|Clean air plan Stuttgart|
|Fine dust alarm Stuttgart|
|NO2 and PM10 exceedances|
|Current measurements from spot stations (LUBW)|
|Picture gallery More news|
|On the following pages, the Section of Urban Climatology from within the Office for Environmental Protection of the City of Stuttgart provides information on climate, air and noise - and this not only for Stuttgart.|
Pressure drops above the Persian Gulf and the Arctic combined with a pressure rise above the Azorean region lead to an intensified North-West component of the wind and a drop in temperature until June 15 ("sheep's cold snap"). Despite this cold front of monsoon maritime air, summer is evidently gaining ground.
The average temperature in the city is more than 17 °C, the maximum temperature can reach more than 30 °C. 94 liter of precipitation per square metre turn June into the month with the highest amount of precipitation of the year.
For more informations on the monthly and yearly average values in Stuttgart please visit the chapter on the Climate calendar - month.
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