Winter came to Norway and Sweden very early, snow in the north (Tmax below 0°C), frosts in the south (Folldal-Fredheim -8,6°C, Latnivaara -5,2°C)!




In the last 2 articles, we warned before the extreme Arctic cold blast, which hit at the weekend Scandinavia /https://mkweather.com/record-frosts-in-scandinavia-10c-at-the-weekend-4-5-september/; https://mkweather.com/southern-norway-summer-278c-northern-norway-winter-snowing-extreme-frosts-are-coming//. Simultaneously we were informed about record-breaking temperatures in southern Norway up to +28,3°C before the arrival of a cold front.

It´s the weekend and parts of Norway and Sweden already report extremely strong frosts and heavy snowfall.

While heavy snowfall with dozens of centimeters of snow in higher elevated basins and valleys and up to 10 cm in low-situated regions in northern and north-central Norway and northern Sweden was observed, frosts are the strongest in southern Norway and in leeward in northern Sweden.

Folldal-Fredheim, in southern Norway, 684 MASL, reported in the morning 4. September anomalously low minimum temperature, only -8,6°C, and parts of southern Norway reported seasonal records of minimum temperature.

Latnivaara, northern Sweden, 453 MASL, reported -5,2°C, so far, but the next extremely cold morning is on Sunday, 5. September 2021, prepared, yet.

Kistefjell, northern Norway, 982 MASL even reports ice day, with the maximum temperature only -0,1°C near heavy snowfall.

Frosts appeared in central Norway, central Sweden, and southern Sweden, too, while Finland is for severe frosts only waiting.

Merged Azores high with Greenland high is currently shifting above Central Europe, where should appear fresh mornings, but relatively warm days at the weekend and early next week.

Norway (and with weaker intensity northern Sweden or northern Finland) should be after 12. September hit by remnatns of ex-hurricane Larry, too, with heavy rainfall, winds, snowfall, and Arctic cooldown on its backside /https://mkweather.com/hurricane-larry-possible-category-5-stormtrack-direct-impact-in-british-islands//.

At all, the Autumn 2021 forecast for Scandinavia is rainy and colder /https://mkweather.com/autumn-2021-forecast-for-europe-mostly-dry-and-frosty-autumn-be-prepared-for-early-severe-frosts//, while Winter 2021/2022 should be strong mainly in Finland /https://mkweather.com/winter-2021-2022-forecast-the-first-reliable-estimates-extreme-cold-blasts-from-canada-and-western-siberia-snow-in-western-europe-and-eastern-asia-la-nina-qbo-to-qbo-shift-sufficient-nao-ao//.

Source: https://www.nrk.no/nordland/vaervarsel_-sno-i-nord-norge-_-samtidig-kan-det-bli-varmerekorder-i-sor-1.15634043
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