Extreme November heatwave: Bulgaria tropical +32,4°C, Greece +29,8°C, Albania +29,4°C, Romania +28,9°C, Italy +28,3°C, Serbia +27,5°C, Ukraine/Bosnia +25,5°C, Croatia +24,8°C, Hungary +24,7°C, Moldova +23,7°C




An extreme late-season heatwave has already peaked and we should look at record values from southeastern Europe.

About anomalous heatwave, which was forecasted to come before a long-term very cold period we were informed here: https://mkweather.com/extremely-warm-weather-in-eastern-parts-of-europe-estonia-158c-georgia-272c-ukraine-up-to-27c-on-friday/; https://mkweather.com/miercurea-ciuc-romania-with-8-days-with-temperatures-7-11c-before-a-heatwave/; https://mkweather.com/31-october-brought-temperature-record-325c-in-spain/; https://mkweather.com/austria-with-anomalous-243c-indian-summer-in-central-europe-has-started-to-peaking/; https://mkweather.com/34c-italy-33c-turkey-31c-greece-28c-romania-27c-croatia-and-ukraine-in-november/; https://mkweather.com/any-extreme-frosts-ukraine-romania-or-serbia-with-abnormal-28c-around-5-november/; https://mkweather.com/november-heatwave-hits-europe-germany-25c-france-30c-spain-33c//.

The extremely cold period between 5. November – 15. December 2021 is a subject of our investigation here: https://mkweather.com/aggressive-gfs-outputs-expect-abnormal-winter-35c-scandinavia-25c-continental-europe-18c-the-uk-the-uk-france-germany-all-under-the-snow/; https://mkweather.com/rare-snow-warnings-for-portugal/https://mkweather.com/scandinavia-30c-already-in-5-days/https://mkweather.com/the-uk-frosts-up-to-10c-or-even-12c-will-be-possible/https://mkweather.com/arctic-winter-up-to-15c-in-france-and-germany-and-10c-in-benelux-and-spain-in-next-week-possible/https://mkweather.com/20c-frosts-for-continental-europe-are-forecasted-extreme-winter-should-hit-already-around-15-november-2021/https://mkweather.com/miercurea-ciuc-romania-with-8-days-with-temperatures-7-11c-before-a-heatwave/https://mkweather.com/extreme-coldwaves-in-continental-europe-confirmed-ensembles-cold-weather-should-be-lasting-up-to-45-days-with-a-peak-around-20-november-10-december-2021-mkweather-estimates/https://mkweather.com/be-prepared-for-an-extremely-long-and-strong-coldwave-arctic-blasts-in-europe-between-10-november-15-december-are-expected/https://mkweather.com/the-6-week-daily-forecast-for-the-wider-european-region-from-gismeteo-until-5-december-2021/https://mkweather.com/winter-will-come-earlier-than-was-forecasted-30c-in-scandinavia-20c-in-central-europe-and-10c-in-british-island-around-10-november-is-possible//.

November 2021 heatwave in Balkan, Italy, Hungary, and Ukraine was peaking around 4.-5. November 2021, with anomalously hot weather or even monthly national temperature records.

The hottest was on Friday, 5. November in Veliko Tarnovo in Bulgaria – tropical +32,4°C, what is a new all-time November record for Bulgaria!

Extremely hot +29,8°C was measured in Greece, +29,4°C or Albania (Kucove). Vlore in Albania recorded extremely warm tropical night with a temperature minimum of only +24,0°C.

In Calarasi, Romania, summer +28,9°C was measured, which is more than 20°C above the November temperature average of maximum temperature.

In Torregrotta, Italy, +28,3°C was measured.

Serbia reported summer +27,5°C and summer day was measured in Ukraine, too, with +25,5°C in the Odesa region. The same value (+25,5°C) was measured in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where later appeared severe floods, including the Sarajevo region (Tweets below).

Croatia recorded +24,8°C, Hungary +24,7°C and Moldova +23,7°C according to /https://twitter.com/extremetemps/.

At the weekend, extremely warm air is shifting above Turkey, Caucasian countries, and SW Russia, where the next extremely high, summer, or tropical temperatures, are expected.

Meanwhile the rest of Europe is preparing for severe cooldowns in the next 16 days /links above/ – if they will persist until Christmas 2021, we will update soon on our homepage.

Source: climatereanalyzer.com
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