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Weather forecast for Tajikistan

Observed climate change in the Republic of Tajikistan.

Over the past 150 years, the last decade has been very warm all over the world and the temperature of our planet has increased by almost 1°C. According to the assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), such climate change is mainly caused by human activity, and there is a possibility of its worsening.

Similar trends of climate warming in Central Asia, including in

The Republic of Tajikistan is observed. During the years 1940-2012, the temperature increase in the plain territory of Tajikistan was 0.1-0.2°C in ten years. The largest increase in temperature was observed in the cities of Dangara and Dushanbe, in the remaining regions it was up to 0.5-0.8°C and in Khujand up to 0.3°C (a slight increase was caused by the effect of irrigation and dam ).

In mountainous areas, the annual temperature increase was 0.3-0.5°C, except for isolated areas where the trends were less pronounced. In the high mountain region (more than 2500 m), the increase in temperature was 0.2-0.4°C.


Picture 1. Changes in air temperature

Tajikistan in mountainous regions. 

Since the end of July 2013, the air temperature has become very hot, it reached 40 +47 °C in the valley and 37 +44 °C in the mountainous regions. In Darvaz and Esanboy, the maximum absolute temperature of the month was established. The winter of 2017 was very cold in Tajikistan, because climate change means not only an increase in average air temperature, but also an abnormal increase and decrease in air temperature throughout the year. In general, during the period from 1940 to 2012, the annual precipitation increased by 5-10%, but the diversity of geographical regions and climatic regions of Tajikistan creates a picture of various colorful changes.

The 1940-1950 decade was the driest among the studied periods. Then the periods of rain and drought alternate. The increase in the amount of precipitation is mainly due to the increase in their intensity in the case of a decrease in the number of rainy days. The amount of annual precipitation in the last decade (2000-2010) also exceeded the multi-year averages, except for some years, which affected the increase of river overflow.


Picture2. Changes in precipitation in Tajikistan in the years

1940-2010 compared  to  1961-1990.

Material from the "Climate Box" educational manual.

  Received in Dushanbe - 2018.

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Today forecast

Bokhtar +37...+39°C
Dangara +37...+39°C
Darvoz +35...+37°C
Dushanbe +36...+38°C
Kulob +38...+40°C
Lakhsh +29...+31°C
Murgob +22...+24°C
Panjakent +33...+35°C
Panj +37...+39°C
Rasht +33...+35°C
Hovaling +32...+34°C
Hоrog +32...+34°C
Khujand +35...+37°C

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