Yes, RasterToPoint & Add_XY are probably what you need. But if the Raster is large then that is a lot of points. Why would you need to look at it in Excel anyway?
Well I am trying to calculate evapotranspiration for each grid for the month of January using the formula:
PE = 16*C*(10Tm/I)^a
where PE= Potential evapotranspiration Tm= January average temperature I= Σ (Tm / 5)^1.51 a= (67.5 x 10-8 * I^3) �?? (77.1 x 10-6 * I^2) + (0.0179 * I) + 0.492 C= daylight coefficient the value of C is calculated as:
C = 0.0721x + 0.5414 where x is the lat value of each grid
So I wanted to have lat value of each grid, use it to calculate C for each grid and use the C for calculating PE for the grid. It sounds way to complicated. Any idea if this can be done using raster calculator?