UV Index Seasonal Summary

Data last updated 27/05/17 07:00.
Northern Hemisphere Meterological Seasons
Winter: December, January, February
Spring: March, April, May
Summer: June, July, August
Autumn: September, October, November

 Daily DetailMonthly SummarySeasonal Summary 


Maximum UV Index
DateWinterSpringSummerAutumnYear
Dec 2016 / Nov 20171.26.9*------6.9*
Dec 2015 / Nov 20161.75.97.14.67.1
Dec 2014 / Nov 20151.36.47.34.27.3
Dec 2013 / Nov 20141.37.07.64.47.6
Dec 2012 / Nov 2013---7.1*8.95.68.9*
Max1.7 7.1 8.9 5.6 8.9
 
Average Maximum UV Index
DateWinterSpringSummerAutumnYear
Dec 2016 / Nov 20170.2  3.3* 0.1 more than the Spring average.------1.8*0.9 less than the yearly average.
Dec 2015 / Nov 20160.2  3.0 0.2 less than the Spring average.5.1 0.4 less than the Summer average.1.5 0.1 more than the Autumn average.2.50.1 less than the yearly average.
Dec 2014 / Nov 20150.2  3.2 0.1 more than the Spring average.5.2 0.3 less than the Summer average.1.4 0.1 less than the Autumn average.2.50.1 less than the yearly average.
Dec 2013 / Nov 20140.2  3.1 0.1 less than the Spring average.5.3 0.2 less than the Summer average.1.4 0.1 less than the Autumn average.2.50.1 less than the yearly average.
Dec 2012 / Nov 2013---5.1* 2 more than the Spring average.6.3 0.9 more than the Summer average.1.7 0.2 more than the Autumn average.4.1*1.5 more than the yearly average.
Avg0.2 3.2 5.5 1.5 2.6
 
Minimum Maximum UV Index
DateWinterSpringSummerAutumnYear
Dec 2016 / Nov 20170.00.0------0.0
Dec 2015 / Nov 20160.00.01.20.00.0
Dec 2014 / Nov 20150.00.50.70.00.0
Dec 2013 / Nov 20140.00.51.80.00.0
Dec 2012 / Nov 2013---1.22.30.00.0
Min0.0 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.0
* denotes incomplete data for the month/year.
 
UV Level UV Index Description
Low 0-2 No danger to the average person.
Moderate 3-5 Little risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure.
High 6-7 High risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure.
Very High 8-10Very high risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure.
Extreme 11+ Extreme risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure.

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