Air Humidity and moisture maps

Relative humidity

Relative humidity

These maps show the relative humidity in percent (%) with the help of a colour scale. You can also add line plots to show dew point temperatures for example. This combination will give you a lot of information about humidity. More: see relative humidity 

Dewpoint

Dewpoint

These maps show the dewpoint temperature in degrees Celsius (°C). The colours are based on the normal temperature palette and are described in the colour bar. For more information about humidity you can also combine this map with line plots, such as for relative humidity for example. More: see dew point 

Dewpoint deficit

Dewpoint deficit

These maps show the dewpoint deficit. It is expressed as a temperature difference in degrees Celsius (°C). The colours are based on the normal temperature palette and are described in the colour bar. More: see dew point deficit 

Evapotranspiration

Evapotranspiration

These maps show the evapotranspiration with colours as specified in the map's legend. Evapotranspiration is expressed in millimetres (mm). This value is an aggregation of conditions over larger areas, and can not represent the specific conditions in a place, forest or field. It can be used to make regional comparisons and see gradients. More: evapotranspiration 

Potential evapotranspiration

Potential evapotranspiration

These maps show the potential evapotranspiration with colours as specified in the map's legend. Potential evapotranspiration is expressed in millimetres (mm). This value is an aggregation of conditions over larger areas, and can not represent the specific conditions in a place, forest or field. It can be used to make regional comparisons and see gradients. More: evapotranspiration 

Soil moisture

Soil moisture (0-10 cm)

Soil moisture maps show the mean moisture of the top soil in the area for specific depth range (e.g. 0-10 cm), indicated as volumetric percentage (%) and visualised with colours as shown in the colour bar. This value is an aggregation of soil conditions over larger areas, and can not represent the specific conditions in a place, forest or field. It can be used to make regional comparisons and see gradients. More: see soil moisture