• Antarctica is extremely cold, -80°C (+cold 30-day forecast), while World without global warming evidence

    Watchers on Twitter carefully watch situation in Antarctica, where extremely cold weather persist in June 2021, with the first -80,0°C of the year and temperature anomalies form long-term average locally up to -26°C. 30-day forecasts for Antarctica are too very cold and the continent is despite of climate change totally ...
  • Antarctica is crazy cold, with continental anomaly -6,1°C, -75,8°C was measured (the coldest in 6 ...

    Extremely cold Antarctica is requesting for our attention again. Extremely cold conditions are returning above the continent since Summer 2020/2021, when January, February, March and April 2021 brought all anomalously cold temperatures across the continent. About climatic feedbacks in Antarctica we wrote in our previous articles in 2021, together with ...
  • 408 mm rainfall in Mauritius brought severe flash floods and landslides

    After 2 months of relatively calm weather, flash floods came into Mauritius, island southeastward from Africa. In a very short time, 408 mm of rain dropped late previous workweek (15.-16. April 2021) in Plaisance, with results of regional floods and landslides. Precipitation amounts such these are almost twice bigger than ...
  • Photogenic waterspout appeared in Napier, New Zealand

    New Zealand went trough strong changes of weather in April 2021. While in earlier parts of a month, exceptional heatwaves, with maximum temperatures up to +32°C hit islands /https://mkweather.com/tasmania-and-new-zealand-hit-hits-extreme-high-temperatures-around-32c//, later aggressive Antarctic blast from southern Australia shifted above the country /https://mkweather.com/after-tropical-days-a-big-antarctic-blast-the-first-snow-in-australia-first-snowing//. On borders of tropical air masses with Antarctic air ...
  • March 2021 as the 2nd month below temperature average on the Earth for last 7 ...

    Post- La nina effect are even stronger than was expected! “The average global temperature in March was a bit lower than the average for the last forty years.” In March 2021 we have only the second time since 2014 reached negative global temperature anomaly, -0,01°C. Similar conditions we have on ...
  • Floods are shifting to northern South America, problems reports Peru

    Only in last 2 articles we have informed about serious problems with floods in Brazil, Ecuador and Colombia /https://mkweather.com/floods-in-brazil-ecuador-and-colombia-continue-until-easter-1000-mm-rainfall-forecasted/; https://mkweather.com/floods-in-brazil-and-ecuador-continue-the-next-cities-under-water//. ITCZ (Intertropical Convergence Zone) is slowly shifting northward and floods are shifting too. While in the Summer 2020/2021, rain season threated northern Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and southern parts of Brazil, ...
  • Tropical system 94S Invest hits Australia

    Australia is relatively short time after devastating cyclone Niran /https://mkweather.com/cyclone-niran-hit-australia-with-160-km-h-winds-in-new-caledonia-250-km-h-is-expected-remnants-hits-new-zealand//, which almost with a strength of a Category 5 hit a New Caledonia, too /https://mkweather.com/category-5-cyclone-niran-devastated-new-caledonia// and another tropical threat has appeared. Now, tropical system 94S Invest won´t hit Queensland, such as Niran, but its stormtrack will be situated into parts ...
  • Summer in Antarctica: -60,3°C - only 4,2°C warmer as all-time monthly continental record

    While in last summer (2019/2020), record high temperature, +18,3°C / 64.9°F was during strong El-nino measured in Antarctica, Summer 2020/2021 is different, with peking La nina pattern and extremely low temperatures across the continent. About anomalously cold weather in Antarctica in the middle of the summer we have informed already ...
  • New Zealand with the second highest January temperature in history! Ashburton +39,3°C

    While Australia experiences with relatively colder and stormy summer, thanks to ongoing La nina pattern /https://mkweather.com/2020/12/02/summer-2020-2021-forecast-for-australia-new-zealand-and-oceania//, in New Zealand have fulfilled predictions about very hot Summer 2020/2021, although, in December 2020, summer was starting only very slowly, until the Christmas with temperatures only up to +25°C. In Ashburton, eastern Southern ...
  • Napier, New Zealand (North Island) with the worst floods since 1963 (242,4 mm)

    Its late spring and frontal waves in southern hemisphere are stronger and bring more rainfall such as in previous months. At the weekend, Napier was the warmest city in New Zealand, with maximum temperatures above +27°C, but powerful cyclone with a cold front have brought on Tuesday, 10. November a ...
  • Argentina: the second spring month and still is snowing!

    Argentina has experienced with an extreme cruel winter /https://mkweather.com/2020/08/12/patagonia-with-one-of-the-cruelest-winter-for-last-20-years/; https://mkweather.com/2020/08/24/cruel-winter-in-patagonia-continue-massive-losses-of-sheep-100-000-killed-in-patagonia-because-of-intense-snowstorms//. Extreme coldwaves hit during the winter months in 2020 Brazil, too, /https://mkweather.com/2020/08/13/brasil-is-waiting-a-historic-coldwave-temperatures-will-drop-30c-below-average-around-20-august-2020// and Antarctic air even crossed the equator and hit in Colombia /https://mkweather.com/2020/08/23/antarctic-air-has-crossed-the-equator-in-southern-colombia-temperatures-dropped-from-36c-97f-to-14c-57f//. According to composites from NOAA tool, winter in large parts of southern and southeastern South America ...
  • Cruel winter in Patagonia continues: Massive losses of sheep (100 000 killed) because of intense ...

    Snowstorms and frosts in the region of Patagonia, Rio Negro province, could cause the death of 70% of the flock, according to en.mercopress.com. Some parts of Andes have 7 meters of snow and higher Patagonian elevations are fighting with 1-2 meters of snow. Region has reported frosts up to -23°C ...
  • Patagonia with one of the cruelest winter for last 20 years

    During the winter 2020, record-breaking temperatures of up to -23°C have been measured across the lower regions of Argentina and Chile. Powerful Antarctic cold fronts riding anomalously-far north stormtracks of deep cyclones have accompanied the freeze, and have delivered extremely high accumulations of snow (of 5+ feet / 150 cm+). ...