In the series of 9 articles, we will focus on extremely high temperatures in Europe (from the current winter heatwave) and from the world, and on New Year 2022, we will return to colder regions.
Extreme winter warming up has already shifted to Central Europe, where almost +20°C was on 31. December 2021 measured /the next Mkweather articles/, but anomalously warm was in the British Islands, France, and Iberia, too.
In Spain was the hottest on 29. December 2021 in Alba (+26,6°C).
Already the first day of the heatwave surprised with the all-time December record in Malaga, +26,0°C.
On 30. December 2021, almost summer +24,7°C, a new all-time December record, was measured in Bilbao, northern Spain.
In Portugal was the warmest little later, on 31. December 2021, with the maximum in Sines, southward from Lisbon, +24,3°C.
Meanwhile, La Palma on the Canary Islands reported a hot summer day with +28,8°C.
Anomalous weather hit in the last 3 days France (+24,4°C) /https://mkweather.com/summer-on-sylvester-in-france-244c//., Croatia (+19,1°C), Switzerland (+18,8°C), Austria (+18,3°C), Hungary (+17,1°C), Germany (+16,9°C) and Benelux (+15,5°C) /https://mkweather.com/extremely-high-169c-in-germany-frankfurt-with-all-time-december-record-165c//. or Slovakia (+16,2°C).
London reported the latest +15°C in history /https://mkweather.com/london-with-the-latest-15c-in-history-153c//.
Extremely warm air has origin in Morocco, where up to +31,7°C and almost +30°C in Algeria was measured (about mentioned temperature extremes will be the next Mkweather articles).
On 1. January 2022, extremely warm day is across all Europe forecast /https://mkweather.com/20c-on-new-year-2022-in-european-mid-latitudes-extremely-warm-air-already-in-spain-air-from-north-africa-260c//, while the next coldwave is in long-term outlook /https://mkweather.com/scandinavia-should-repeat-40c-continental-europe-with-the-3rd-20c-coldwave-hopes-for-winter-in-europe-between-10-31-january-2022-maybe-earlier/ – information about the next Arctic coldwave in Europe will be updated soon/.
If you are going to celebrate at the night (31.12.2021 – 1.1.2022), stay in warm weather across Europe safe.
Source: Thierry Goose Twitter, climatereanalyzer.org