In this report, a climatology of temperature is presented for Schiphol Airport (hereafter denoted as Schiphol), derived from observations in the period 1981-2010. This is done for the present-day as well as projected into the future. This future climatology is based on the KNMI’06 Climate Scenarios (KNMI, 2006), a set of four scenarios for the evolution of the Dutch climate throughout the 21st century. The present study is part of a research project carried out by KNMI (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute) as part of the Dutch national research program Knowledge for Climate. The project is also funded by Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) and Schiphol Airport (AAS). In other reports as output of the same research project, other climatological variables are studied, such as visibility, precipitation, wind and upper-air characateristics. All output of the project and other relevant information are gathered on the website http://www.knmi.nl/samenw/kbs.
Dirk Wolters and Jules Beersma. Temperature climatology for Schiphol (the Netherlands), for present-day and climate scenarios in 2050
KNMI number: TR-329, Year: 2012, Pages: 36