• First week of May 2021 the coldest in the UK (CET) since 1659

    With temperature anomaly -2,9°C from long-term average is the first May week in Central England /https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/hadobs/hadcet/cet_info_mean.html/ the coldest in all-time history, since records began (1659). During the first May week gradually appeared in the UK snowing /https://mkweather.com/scotland-and-northern-england-under-the-snow-in-may-exceptionally-cold-spring-2021-continues// or severe frosts /https://mkweather.com/third-may-night-in-the-uk-with-6c-all-time-may-temperature-record-for-northern-ireland-should-be-broken// up to -6°C during the nights. Extremely cold weather, ...
  • First frosts in lowlands and basins across continental Europe (Denmark -1,3°C/29.7°F, Slovakia -0,5°C/31.1°F), lot of ...

    Across Scandinavian Peninsula, frosts below -5°C has occurred longer time, but over valleys and basins in continental parts of Europe, this is first serious frosts of the winter season. Colder period in the first decade of September brought only ground frosts, but on Friday, 18. September, has occurred regular frosts ...