Snow hasn´t melted in 2021 in Summer 2021 in Sonnblick, Austria (3107 MASL), last time it happened in 2016, still 92 cm snow cover

Snow has melted since 2003 approximately in 1/2 of all summer seasons.

Surprisingly high snow cover is reported after extremely cold Spring 2021 and the cold end of Summer 2021 from the Austrian Alps, where 92 cm was reported on 29. August 2021, what is anomalously high value.

The first time in history snow in Sonnblick melted in the year 1992.

Mainly in April 2021 and May 2021 Europe suffered persisting coldwaves, with extreme frosts in France or Italy, -20,6°C temperature in early April 2021 in Slovenia or rare late snowing in the Netherland, Germany or England /our old articles:;;;;;;;;;;

At the end of May 2021, pastures in the Germanian Alps were still under the snow and cows couldn´t be fed /

Only on 26. May Sonnblick reported record 577 cm of snowfall and problems reported Kraderica, Slovenia, too /

Around mornings 2.-3. September, frosts are possible in Alpine and Carpathian valleys below 1000 MASL and outlook isn´t so hot such appeared before a few days, therefore it´s very possible, that snow cover in 2021 won´t be melted.

Lastly, it became in 2016, but in 2021, a much higher snow cover is reported.

The year 2021 in Austria will have a temperature anomaly from the long-term average such the year 1992.

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