A Campbell Scientific CS215 probe was used to measure the ambient temperature (accuracy of ±0.4°C between 5° and 40°C) and relative humidity (accuracy of ±4% between 0 and 100%). The wind speed was measured using an anemometer (034B, Met One) with an uncertainty of 0.1 m/s within the wind speed range of our experiment. The GHI solar irradiance was measured using a pyranometer (CMP6, Kipp & Zonen) with an uncertainty of ±2.3%. A rotating shadowband radiometer (RSR2, Campbell Scientific equipped with an LI-200R, LI-COR photovoltaic pyranometer) was also used as a backup irradiance measurement system and was in excellent agreement with the pyranometer. All instruments were connected to a datalogger (CR1000, Campbell Scientific). All weather data were sampled every 3 s and averaged every minute.

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