Drammen Berskog, Norway: +28,6°C, all-time September national record!




In the last days, we were informed about extremely hot weather in the UK (+30,7°C) and Ireland (+28,6°C) (a new 115-record from Scotland will be updated, yet (+28,6°C): https://mkweather.com/uk-ireland-glenbeigh-ireland-286c-the-hottest-september-day-since-1906-gogerddan-wales-307c-northolt-england-301c-2021/), France (+36,7°C), Spain (+39,2°C) and Portugal (+36,0°C) /https://mkweather.com/spain-392c-france-367c-portugal-360c-heatwave-is-bringing-many-all-time-september-records-2021// and northwestern Africa (Algeria +48,2°C, Morocco +44,5°C) /https://mkweather.com/nouasseur-morocco-445c-only-07c-below-all-time-national-september-temperature-record/; https://mkweather.com/algeria-482c-egypt-477c-only-02c-01c-below-all-time-september-records-extremely-hot-will-be-until-early-next-week//.

Only a week after record heatwave in southern Scandinavia, with maximum temperature in southern Norway up to +28,3°C /https://mkweather.com/southern-norway-summer-278c-northern-norway-winter-snowing-extreme-frosts-are-coming// and after subsequent severe frosts up to -8,6°C /https://mkweather.com/winter-came-to-norway-and-sweden-very-early-snow-in-the-north-tmax-below-0c-frosts-in-the-south-folldal-fredheim-86c-latnivaara-52c//, the next extreme heatwave is here, again at the level of all-time September records in southern Norway.

Drammen Berskog near Oslo, reported summer +28,6°C on Wednesday, 8. September 2021, what is a new all-time September record for Norway!

In southern Norway and southern Sweden, summer days with temperatures +25/+29°C are possible until Saturday, 11. September 2021, then the cooldown is forecasted.

Arctic blast in the next week should be weaker, but still, severe frosts or snowfall are in some regions possible.

Autumn 2021 forecast expects stormy weather in Scandinavia and northern parts of Europe /https://mkweather.com/autumn-2021-forecast-for-europe-mostly-dry-and-frosty-autumn-be-prepared-for-early-severe-frosts//.

According to ensembles, most of Europe expects a cooldown between the period 20. September – 10. October 2021 /http://mkweather.com/in-most-of-europe-coldwaves-with-frosts-in-colder-regions-the-first-snowing-should-come-between-20-september-10-october-2021-a-big-ensemble-forecast-for-european-cities//, including Scandinavia. European Arctic however will be warmer.

Source: wxcharts.com
Source: wetterzentrale.de
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