Meteogram AGRO

meteoblue meteogram AGRO shows the development of all agriculture-relevant weather variables like air temperature, wind velocity and direction on the ground, as well as precipitation, clouds, spraying windows and evaporation. The data are valid for the selected location, and the calculation is based on our meteoblue Learning MultiModel (mLM) considering several different data sources. All data are displayed in local time. Day and night time are indicated by the different background colors (white = day, dark = night).


Meteogram AGRO - Rio de Janeiro

In the first part of the meteogram, temperature (2 meters above ground) is shown by a colour curve at hourly intervals. In addition, daily minimum and maximum temperatures are added. Weather symbols on the same diagram briefly summarise the weather conditions.

The second part of the chart shows precipitation as dark blue bars for the total rain and light blue bars for rain showers. The daily precipitation sum is indicated at the top of the second diagram. The precipitation probability (%) is displayed as a purple curve. Furthermore, you can find cloud cover information in this diagram including information about cloud altitude (asl) and coverage. The density of clouds is shown in grey scale: the darker, the denser. A brown bar is shown for locations at high altitudes. There is a chance of fog when clouds in the diagrams touch the brown bar.

Then, the Spraying window is visualised to help identify suitable periods for applying crop protection measures by showing suitable (green), less suitable (yellow) and unsuitable (red) periods for application. The conditions are calculated from wind, precipitation, temperature and humidity. The recommendation must be verified just before the application with the current actual weather conditions.

Variable Unit Low risk Medium risk High risk
Wind speed (m/s) < 2 m/s > 2 m/s > 5 m/s
Minimum temperature (°C) > 5°C < 5°C < 0°C
Maxiumum temperature (°C) < 30°C > 25°C > 30°C
Relative humidity (min) (%) > 50% < 50% < 30%
Relative humidity (max) (%) < 90% 90% - 98% > 98%
Amount of precipitation (water) (mm/h) < 0.1 mm/h 0.1 mm/h - 0.3 mm/h > 0.3 mm/h

The next part of the diagram shows the balance of evaporation and transpiration (evapotranspiration) in mm. You can find the daily sum at the top of this diagram. The blue line showing relative humidity completes this chart.

The last part of the diagram shows the most important wind variables. It displays the wind direction with wind barbs, as well as the wind speed (blue curve) and wind gusts (dark green curve) in hourly intervals.

This meteogram is available with a subscription to point+ or meteoblue API.