• 13 European countries with all-time national February temperature records!

    Anomalously high temperatures were reached at the end of Winter 2020/2021 not only in Croatia (+26,4°C), Slovenia (+25,3°C), northern Italy (+25,2°C), Poland (+22,1°C) or Slovakia (+20,8°C) /https://mkweather.com/winter-heatwave-hit-croatia-264c-slovenia-253c-and-northeastern-italy-252c-2021-hot/; https://mkweather.com/poland-221c-slovakia-208c-new-all-time-february-and-winter-records//, but all-time February records were reported too from England (+21,2°C), Wales (+20,8°C), Scotland (+18,3°C), Belgium (+22,0°C), the Netherlands (+20,5°C), Denmark (+15,8°C), Austria ...
  • Poland +22,1°C, Slovakia +20,8°C: New all-time February and winter records

    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, ...
  • Tropical and summer weather in Eastern/Southern Europe before windstorm Alex: Palermo +37,5°C, Greece +34,0°C, Croatia ...

    As we expected more than 1 week ago /HEATWAVE 1 ; HEATWAVE 2/, extremely hot air has found a way to Italy, Balkan and Central Europe, with a supertropical temperatures in southern Italy, tropical temperatures in Balkan and summer days in Central Europe on Saturday and Sunday, 3.-4. October 2020. ...