By examining the data collected throughout 2018, concerning the average temperature and precipitation registered ach month, we have reached the following conclusions. The rainiest moths were June and July, reaching values of over 37 mm, while the driest moths were April, September and October. On the other hand, the highest temperatures were registered in August, 25 °C, and the coldest month was December. To get a more thorough insight, we have also studied the precipitations, in Budesti, another city through wich the Dambovita River passes through. In Budesti, the rainiest month was July, where the average precipitation was 115,9 mm, while the driest one was October, with 8,9 mm.
While analysing the data registered in 2019 regarding the average precipitations and temperatures each month, we can make the following observations. The month reaching the highest temperatures was august, having an average of 24.78 °C per day, while the one that had the lowest temperatures was February, registering 3,94 °C per day. In the mean time, the rainiest month was June, reaching precipitation of 153 mm, the driest one being September, with an average of 9 mm per day. For a more a more accurate examination, we have also made an examination based on the data collected in other cities located over the course of the Dambovita River, Voinesti and Budesti. In september, Voinesti registered 10,8 mm, while in Budesti, the average precipitations were of only 6,9 mm. On the other hand, in July, Voinesti had an average of 139,6 mm and Budesti registered an average of 103 mm.
By analysing the data from the chart, we see in the year of 2020, specifically in the city of Bucharest, that the rainiest month was June, with 164,9 mm and the driest was January, with 5 mm. Additionally, the rainfall total for this year was 708,41 mm. We also studied the precipitation levels in these 2 months for other cities crossed by the Dâmbovița river, such as Budești and Voinești. In Budești, in January, precipitations maintained low, with only 3,6 mm of rainfall and in June they reached 236,1 mm. In Voinești, January, the total number of precipitation was 3 mm and in June 88,9 mm.
After analysing the collected data, we notice that in 2021 in Bucharest, the rainiest month was June, with 154.6 mm, and the driest was September with 10.3 mm. In both those months, the average temperature was above the average of 13.72 degrees celsius, June having an average of 23.39 degrees celsius and September 19.69. After studying the rainfall in two other cities in Romania wich are also crossed by the Dambovita river, we see that in Budesti, Calarasi, the precipitation amounted to 144.8 mm in June and 9.9 mm in September, while in Voinesti, Dambovita, it amounted to 133.5 in June and 15.8 in September, numbers wich are not far from those we have in Bucharest.
After analysing the collected data, we noticed that, in 2022 in Bucharest, the rainiest month was June, with a total of 169.3 mm, and the driest was September with only 29.5 mm. Both months had the average temperature above the average temperature in 2022 of 13.69 degrees Celsius, June having an average of 20.21 degrees Celsius and September 18.34 degrees Celsius. After studying the rainfall in another city in Romania which is crossed by the Dambovita river too, we observed that in Voinesti, Dambovita, it amounted to 150.1 in June and 15.8 in September, numbers which are not far from those we have in Bucharest.