Quebec Solar-Climatic Diagrams

This study has resulted in producing solar-climatic diagrams for several weather stations in the south part of Quebec in Canada. The data is standardized by SOLARCHVISION internal algorithm for each hour in long term period between 1953 and 2005 (CWEEDS, National Climate Data and Information Archive of Environment Canada).

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Solar Radiation – Global Horizontal (W/m²) in South Quebec

Above: from June 21 to December 21 – Below: from December 21 to June 21

 

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Solar Radiation – Direct Normal (W/m²) in South Quebec

Above: from June 21 to December 21 – Below: from December 21 to June 21

 

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Solar Effect – Direct Normal (W°C/m²) in South Quebec

Above: from June 21 to December 21 – Below: from December 21 to June 21

 

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Temperature – Normal (°C) in South Quebec

Above: from June 21 to December 21 – Below: from December 21 to June 21

 

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Prevailing Wind – Direction and Speed (m/s) in South Quebec

Above: from June 21 to September 22 (Summer) – Below: from December 21 to March 21 (Winter)

 

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 Prevailing Wind – Direction and Speed (m/s) in South Quebec

Annual (Normalized from 1953 to 2005)

 

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