In a raw estimate, the western half of Europe should until 18. October 2021 experience with late-summer or so-called “Indian summer” conditions, with warm temperature anomalies mainly in Iberia, France, British Islands, Iceland, firstly in Italy, Alpine region, Germany and southern Scandinavia, too, very shortly in the first week in East-Central Europe.
Parts of Eastern and gradually Central Europe will be on the contrary hit by severe frost periods and coldwaves with below-temperature anomalies. Cold weather is forecasted in Finland and northern Scandinavia, eastern half of Mediterranean including Turkey and ever Eastern Sahara, too.
Several late-season coldwaves should hit parts of Australia and South Africa, while Patagonia stays warmer. Rain season will come into Amazon, with cold anomalies, Africa will be hot, only Eastern Sahara cold, Southeastern Asia stays very warm, India and China with cold and warm temperature fluctuations both, Japan firstly colder, then very warm, the first frost or snowing should surprise in the next weeks Western Siberia. Mexico will be gradually warm.
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