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The ERA5 reanalysis provides monthly averaged values for temperature (and many more weather factors) for any given point on land, going back to 1980. So while not pre-computed per NUTS1 region, if you have a representative coordinate per region, you get the averages for that coordinate. The data is available for download from the following webpage: https://...


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The easiest way to access this data is probably to get daily summaries from the NOAA Global Historical Climatology Network-Daily dataset and then aggregate them to weekly values. So if you're interested in how mortality is affected by weekly maximum and minimum temperature, you could calculate that by finding the highest of the daily maximum temperatures for ...


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