A cutoff low is rotating over central Europe and will bring persistent rainfall and locally severe thunderstorms to the region. The cutoff low is located over central Europe. Map: Pivotal Weather. Up to 100 mm and locally 150 mm of rainfall is expected in parts of northeastern Germany and extreme north Poland in the next 72 hours. Additionally, intense rainfall is also expected over parts of north Italy, Slovenia and northwestern Croatia on Wednesday: locally up to 100-150 mm is expected. Rainfall totals over the next 72 hours. Map: Modellzentrale.de. 24-hour totals over the northern Adriatic region, particularly Slovenia, on Wednesday. Map: Youmeteo.com. Locally intense thunderstorms are expected today over western Poland, the Czech Republic and eastern Austria. Some strong
A study has found that increased drought and wildfire risk make grasslands and rangelands a more reliable carbon sink than trees in 21st century California. As such, the study indicates they should be given opportunities in the state's cap-and-and trade market, which is designed to reduce California's greenhouse gas emissions to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.
Drones and other unmanned technologies can cost-effectively collect weather data in harsh or remote environments and contribute to better weather and climate models, according to a new study.
As climate change continues to push summer temperatures ever higher, the increased use of air conditioning in buildings could add to the problems of a warming world by further degrading air quality and compounding the toll of air pollution on human health, according to a new study.
Heading to the sea for the summer holidays? Much of the Mediterranean is rather cool for this period. Let us check current water temperatures across the Mediterranean (July 2-4). Ligurian sea: is currently at 23-24 °C. Tyrrhenian sea: is more or less the same, with some areas going down to 22 °C, particularly along the coasts of Tuscany and Lazio, Italy. 23-24 °C along the coast elsewhere. Adriatic sea: mostly around 22-24 °C, except alomng most of the Croatian coast where temperatures are down to 21-23 °C (locally in the Kvarner bay even down to 19-20 °C). The extreme northern part is up to 25 °C. Ionian and central Mediterranean sea: is mostly around 22-24 °C. Aegean sea: is around
Scandinavia is experiencing hot weather: places well within the Arctic circle hit temperatures close to 30 °C! Peak temperatures on Monday, July 2. 29.2 ˘C in Karasjok, Norway at 69.5 °N! Map: Meteociel.fr Expect another very warm day across Scandinavia today (Tuesday, July 3), with temperatures in the upper 20ies across southern Norway and Sweden. Also in the upper 20ies will be the extreme north, well within the Arctic circle: north Noway, north Finland and the Kola peninsula, Russia. Peak temperatures forecast for Tuesday, July 3. Map: Yr.no In the second half of the week there will be a cooling trend in the northern parts of Scandinavia, while the southern parts remain very warm.
A study has shown the greening up of vegetation prior to the rainy season in Africa is more widespread than previously understood.
The UA hurricane forecasting model, which has proved to be extremely accurate over the years, is calling for fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic this year on the heels of a devastating 2017.
Researchers have created a machine-learning-based tool that can predict where radioactive emissions from nuclear power plants will disperse. After training using extensive data on previous weather patterns, the tool consistently achieved over 85 percent predictive accuracy, and up to 95 percent in winter when large and predictable weather systems dominate. This tool can aid immediate evacuation in the aftermath of disasters like those at Fukushima and Chernobyl.
Hot weather continues for UK and Ireland. Porthmadog, NW Wales hit 32.6 °C yesterday afternoon (June 29)! 32.6 °C on Thursday in Porthmadog, Wales. Map: Met Office. Friday Another very warm day ahead on Friday, with peak temperatures of 28-30 °C expected in Ireland and up to 28 °C in western and southern UK. Saturday Very warm day across the entire region with daytime highs around 28 °C. Sunday Warmer than Saturday, daytime highs of 28-30 °C across central and southern UK, parts of Ireland.
The current weather pattern has caused significant cooling of the Adriatic sea. Temperatures are 3 °C and more below the long term average for this time! Let us take a closer look. We have gotten used to the Adriatic sea being close to 27-29 °C at this time, however, current temperatures are far from it. Most of the Adriatic is only around 20-22 °C. The coolest parts are in parts of Kvarner, Kornati and Dalmacija (Croatia) and Albania, where the temperature is only around 19 °C! The warmest parts are alon the northern and parts of the western coast in Italy, where temperature is 25-26 °C. Sea surface temperature on June 28. Map: Adriatic Forecasting System. . That may sound
A very hot remainder of the week is ahead for France! Many parts of the country will be well above 30 °C, with some areas all the way up to 35-37 °C! We take a closer look. Temperatures Friday Expect hot weather in western France, with temperatures reaching 30-32 °C. High 20ies in the rest of the country. Saturday Significantly hotter weather expected on Saturday, with temperatures over 30 °C across most of the country. Up to 36 °C in southwestern France. Sunday Very hot across most of the country. Central and eastern France up to 32-36 °C. Slightly less hot in western France, with temperatures up to 32 °C. Learn more about weather:
Mars is experiencing an estimated 15.8-million-square-mile dust storm, roughly the size of North and South America. This storm may not be good news for the NASA solar-powered Opportunity rover, but one professor sees this as a chance to learn more about Martian weather.
Great Britain and Ireland are enjoying a spell of very warm weather, with temperatures approaching 30 °C and locally going even higher. Temperatures are already reaching 27-30 °C across both Ireland and Great Britain in mid-afternoon today. Yesterday, June 27, was already a very warm to hot day across the region. Peak temperatures: 31.3 °C in Aviemore (Scotland), 30.3 °C in Carlisle, 30.1 °C at Blackpool Airport. 30.8 °C at Shannon Airport, Ireland. A slightly cooler day is expected tomorrow, with peak temperatures 2-3 °C lower than today across Great Britain, but again over 30 °C in parts of Ireland. Saturday will be similar to Friday, slightly cooler in Ireland with temperatures up to about 28 °C. Expect another hot
Heading to the sea for the summer holidays? Let us check current water temperatures across the Mediterranean. Ligurian sea: is currently at ~23 °C. Tyrrhenian sea: is warmer and at around 23-25 °C. The water is cooler along the eastern coasts of Corsica and Sardinia and slightly warmer along the coast of southern Italy. Adriatic sea: around 23-24 °C, except alomng most of the Croatian coast where temperatures are down to 21-23 °C (locally in the Kvarner bay even down to 19 °C). Ionian and central Mediterranean sea: is around 23-25 °C. Aegean sea: is around 22-25 °C, cooler in the northern part and warmer int he southern part, up to 25 °C along parts of the coast of Crete
A major outbreak of waterspouts happened along the coast of Emilia Romagna, north Italy, mainly near Rimini. Over 10 and likely over 15 waterspouts were reported in only about 2 hours. Two waterspouts (small one orbiting the big one) over the northern Adriatic sea near Rimini, north-central Italy this morning, June 25! Report: marckhox / Tornado in Italia pic.twitter.com/kxxonHICqe — severe-weather.EU (@severeweatherEU) 25 June 2018 Numerous waterspouts were reported and photographed by many witnesses along the beaches on the coast of the Adriatic sea in and around Rimini. Additionally, several reports came from boats out on the sea. Spectacular view from Gabicce Mare. Photo: Francesco Gennari. Multiple waterspouts off the coast of Rimini. Report: Niccolo Ubalducci. Beautiful waterspout off Rimini.
The British Isles are enjoying very warm weather: and it is going to continue for several more days. Expect temperatures well above average across the entire region. Peak temperatures across the British Isles on Monday, June 25: up to 29 °C. Map: Meteociel.fr. Temperatures over the next three days will continue at about 3-6 °C above average for this period. Expect temperatures up to 27-28 °C across the southern parts of UK, up to 25-27 °C in northern UK and up to 26-32 °C in Ireland. Temperatures across the British Isles in mid-afternoon on Tuesday, June 26. Map: Meteociel.fr Temperatures across the British Isles in mid-afternoon on Tuesday, June 27. Map: Meteociel.fr Temperatures across the British Isles in mid-afternoon in
Cutoff low to bring severe thunderstorms, torrential rainfall and flooding to parts of Greece – June 26-27, 2018
A large cutoff low is positioned over the central Mediterranean, bringing unsettled weather to the region. Intense rainfall and locally severe thunderstorms are expected in parts of Greece over the next several days. A broad and relatively deep cutoff low is positioned over the central Mediterranean. Map: Pivotalweather.com A strong and nearly stationary convergence zone is expected to establish across the northern Aegean sea, extending to the coast of (eastern) Thessaly and eastern parts of Central Greece. Expect training storms to develop along the convergence, producing persistent torrential rainfall along the coastal area, where additional orographic forcing will further enhance the intense rainfall. Expect 24 hour totals to locally exceed 200 mm, with some models suggesting over 300 mm. Such
Tiny valleys near the top of Antarctica's ice sheet reach temperatures of nearly -100 degrees Celsius, according to a new study. The finding could change scientists' understanding of just how low temperatures can get at Earth's surface, and how it happens, according to the researchers.
Researchers describe a way to quickly sift through thousands of hours of field recordings to estimate when songbirds arrive at their Arctic breeding grounds. Their research could be applied to any dataset of animal vocalizations to understand how migratory animals are responding to climate change.
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Täna Tallinnas kõige soojem on olnud 29,9°C (1939) ja külmem 3,9°C (1978).
Täna Tartus kõige soojem on olnud 32,6°C (1868) ja külmem 1,7°C (1978).