Lithuania -27,5°C, Latvia -27,0°C and Estonia -26,2°C from this coldwave, so far

Although minimum temperatures in stations from International Exchange Site dropped on Saturday, 13. February 2021 relatively low in Baltic states (-22,3°C in Lithuania, -21,2°C in Estonia and -19,9°C in Latvia), the strongest frosts of current coldwave have occurred on 6., 8. and 10. February 2021.

In Lithuania, -27,5°C was measured in Ukmerge on 6. February 2021, in Latvia -27,0°C on 8. February 2021 in Daugavpils and in Estonia -26,1°C on 10. February 2021 in Narva.

Similarly such as parts of Balkanian Peninsula, Ukraine, Belarus and potentially some parts of Central Europe, Baltic states for the strongest frosts of the wave are only waiting /

Important factors for declining of temperatures are mainly extremely low relative humidity and high snow cover / and important circulation factors are mainly peaking La nina / and extreme strong negative phase of Arctic Oscillation /

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