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Air temperature: 74.48 (°F)
23.6 (°C)
Wind speed:12 (km/h)
Wind direction: N-N-O, 30.5 °
Global radiation: 780.1 (W/m²)
Act. UV-Index: 0
Precipitation: 0.0 (ltr/m²)
(Updated: 06/24/2024, 11:30,
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3. The regional climate and air situation

Due to the Stuttgart's location on the lee side of the Black Forest, the annual amount of precipitation is relatively low with about 700 litres per square metre. June is the month with the biggest amount of precipitation (about 100 litres), March with the lowest (less than 40 litres).

Precipitation in l/m²
Stuttgart-Mitte Stuttgart-Echterdingen
 January 43 43
 February 41 44
 March 38 39
 April 48 52
 May 72 73
 Juni 96 100
 July 70 73
 August 84 89
 September 52 56
 October 40 42
 November 51 51
 December 40 42

Table 3.6: Average annual amount of precipitation between 1951 and 1980 (source: German Meteorological Service)

Regions with the lowest amount of precipitation in Germany only have annual amounts of less than 600 mm (e.g. Rheinhessen in the wind shadow of the Palatine), while some regions in the Alpine foothills and the Black Forest have more than 2,000 mm of precipitation per year.


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