While Europe experiences with extremely cold weather with severe frosts and snowfall /see our homepage/, blocking high over Eastern Europe and Central is bringing extremely warm spring weather with temperature records.
On Tuesday, 13. April 2021, in Moscow, +21,0°C / 69,8°F was measured, what is the highest temperature for date 13. April in the city in last 140 years.
In the area between Moscow and Ukraine it was even hotter, in Liski, Voronez region, summer +27,0°C was on Monday, 12. April, measured.
Above +20,0°C temperature thanks to warm spell for east increased in Estonia, too, Narva reported +20,4°C.
Even hotter was at the weekend in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan – in Tascikuduk, southern Kazakhstan, temperature reached exceptional +33,0°C and in Turkmenistan +33,8°C in Turkmenbashi.
Very warm air above these parts of Northern Hemisphere should be considered such a remnants of late March European heatwave /https://mkweather.com/the-spain-323c-france-299c-germany-272c-the-netherlands-261c-theuk-247c-poland-243c-sweden-197c//.
Until the end of April 2021, cold weather in Europe is furthermore expected /https://mkweather.com/regional-frosts-and-snowfall-for-w-ctrl-storms-and-floods-for-s-e-europe-until-30-april-2021//, with widespread cyclonic weather from northern Africa to Ukraine.
On the front side of this cyclonic system, the next hot air masses from the south and southeast will be flowing above European Russia, Central Asia and Caucasian until the end of the month, therefore, the next overcoming of temperature records will be possible.
For Central Asia during Spring 2021 and Summer 2021 and for Eastern Europe during Summer 2021, hot weather is expected according to Mkweather seasonal forecasts /https://mkweather.com/spring-2021-forecast-for-asia-2021/; https://mkweather.com/summer-forecast-for-asia-hot-but-strong-indian-monsoon/; https://mkweather.com/summer-2021-forecast-for-europe-hot-and-dry-pattern-as-leading-heatwaves-drought//.
It is very possible, that devastating wildfires will appear above region and southern Siberia, soon.