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Research Article

Climate Characteristics of High-Temperature and Muggy Days in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region in the Recent 30 Years

Table 1

Analysis of the first-level muggy days in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei from 1981 to 2010.

CityMuggy total days (days) Muggy processes of more than three consecutive days (times)The longest muggy process (date), process average muggy indexThe appearing date and lasting time of the strongest muggy process, process average muggy indexThe strongest average muggy index of three consecutive days, appearing timeThe strongest muggy index for one day, appearing time

Shijiazhuang13465 days (05.8.11–15), 1.882010.7.28–31,
4 days, 5.72
6.74,
2010.7.29–31
9.34
2010.7.31
Tianjin116145 days (05.8.11–15), 2.492002.8.1–3,
3 days, 6.00
6.00,
2002.8.1–3
7.65
2002.7.12.
Beijing3144 days (81.7.20–23), 2.5181.7.20–23,
4 days, 2.51
2.94,
1981.7.20–22
4.37
1981.7.20

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