After weekend with technical problems we are back with the first article of the newest series about extremely warm temperatures in Central Europe at the end of Winter 2020/2021 (Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia).
Although temperatures above +20/+23°C were reported from other Central-European countries such as Hungary, Czechia, Austria, Germany or Switzerland, possibly the warmest end of the winter was recorded in Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia, where all-time February or all-time winter records were overcame.
In Makow Podhalanski, Poland, maximum temperature on Thursday, 25. February, reached record +22,1°C, what is the highest temperature in the country in February in all-time history. Previous record with a contribution of foehn winds, +21,4°C, reached the same city on 25. February 1990.
In Slovakia, all-time winter record was broken, when in Hurbanovo on Thursday, 25. February 2021, maximum temperature reached +20,8°C. Previous record, +20,6°C was measured on 28. February 2019 in Žihárec.
Extremely hot was last week in Croatia, Slovenia or northeastern Italy, where appeared summer days with maximum temperatures +25/+27°C /https://mkweather.com/2021/02/25/winter-heatwave-hit-croatia-264c-slovenia-253c-and-northeastern-italy-252c-2021-hot//. Extremely warm, summer weather persisted in region in Thursday, 25. February 2021, too, when 2 cities in Slovenia – Bilje and Dolenje, again reached new all-time winter recrod, +25,3°C.
Extreme warm days were at the end of February 2021 reported from other European countries, too what will be a topic of the next articles.
Announced coldwaves should arrive between 6.-10. March and the second between 15.-18. March according to morning runs from 1.3.2021, but all the first and third decade should bring the next warm days above continent.