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#221 Postby Crostorm » Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:06 am

This morning cold temperature across country(celsius=

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#224 Postby Crostorm » Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:30 am

On the Pag island bridge when Bura wind gusts reach up to 200km/h

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#225 Postby SaskatchewanScreamer » Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:42 am

:D Beautiful pics!

Loverly weather there too I see! :wink:

Karlovac looks very close to the views to be seen at my location.
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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#226 Postby Crostorm » Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:25 pm

Here are some most interesting moments of weather at Croatia in 2012

# 1 - Strong Bura wind at Makarska in early January

Already on Friday, the 6th January in the early morning hours in Komiža measured wind gust of 151 km / h. Makarska has also measured in the morning Gust of 140 km / h, and the Dubrovnik area 111 km / h. Bora and Tramontana in southern Dalmatia are perpetrated and material damage tearing the branches of trees, and even the whole tree, and several boats sank. Tempest in Makarska was at its best in the night of 6/7 January. Crometeo team members that evening measure storm Gust of 205km/h

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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#227 Postby Crostorm » Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:52 pm

# 2 - POLAR SHOCK IN THE FIRST HALF OF FEBRUARY

At the beginning of the third decade of January on prognostic charts to strengthen the Siberian anticyclone and its spread from Russia to Europe. In the second half of January to East Europe freezing, and news about the brutal winter and its consequences are coming day by day. At the same time, the approach of February becoming more certain you can be the reaction of warm Mediterranean Sea in the very flow of cold continental air to be turbulent. In the first twelve days of February Croatia, but the entire Southeast Europe and caught much of the continent's winter expressed shock. Across our regions have passed 4 lows that brought snow almost all regions, the cold was very strong, and many of the problems created and storm and strong wind.

First low originated in the Tyrrhenian Sea the first day of February We named low Flora, and the greatest influence on weather in Dalmatia. Cyclone through Italy shifted to the south of the Adriatic and further to the southeast of Europe. Snow on the night of 31 January on the first February, to Gorski Kotar and Lika Turns and the Kvarner islands (Krk, Mali Losinj, Pag, Rab), east of Istria, the Podvelebit coast, Zadar, Sibenik, Split surroundings Plates, Vid and Metkovic and inland Dalmatia. Snow and the snowflakes were in Dubrovnik. Traffic problems in the northern and central Adriatic creating stormy wind, while in the south Adriatic blower storm, high seas and gale-force south. Signs in the south along with gale-force which was blown up to 150 km / h and waves reaching a height of up to 9 meters. Temperature range of the first day of February was the lowest -18.4 ° C Zavizanu, the highest 9.2 ° C in Makarska. With the south in the southern Adriatic fell and abundant rain. Komiza measured 100.4 mm of rain. Second day of February Vrgorac has measured 21 cm of snow, Imotski 20 cm, 10 cm Metkovic, Ploče, 3 cm, and Sibenik, Sibenik Sinj and 2cm of snow.

Thursday, the 2nd February has only brought temporary calm weather in morning,at evening started a new precipitation, due to the arrival of the new low named Gabor. Gabor low has brought much of northern and central Dalmatia lots of snow (not just falling in Makarska and its surroundings), and it is particularly difficult situation in inland Dalmatia. In the morning, 3 February Metković measured 27 cm of snow, Ploce 14 cm, 10 cm in Sibenik, Split 8 cm. With blizzard conditions in Split in the morning temperature was -5 ° C, Sibenik -6 ° C. Snow continued to fall throughout the day and in 19 hours Sibenik measured 20 cm of snow, Split and Ploce 14 cm, 7 cm Zadar.

Data on rainfall were impressive. On the Gruda Station (network pljusak.com) in 24 hours fell 203 mm of rain, most of which until midnight during the transition from Friday to Saturday. In Dubrovnik, in the last 30 hours of 87 mm of rain fell. For comparison, the monthly average for February is 109 mm. At the airport Cilipi is up to 13 hours on 4 February fell 144 mm of precipitation. In Konavle during the night fell about 160 liters of rain per square meter. Firefighters were busy pumping out flooded around the house.
Snow low Gabor was followed and a strong cold which reinforced from day to day. On Zavižan on Friday, 3rd February in 21 hours with an air temperature of -22 ° C and stormy east wind of 22 m / s (79.2 km / h) Wind Chill was -41 ° C. One day later, on Zavižan highest daily temperature was -20.8 ° C. In the history of meteorological observations in Zavižan (since 1954. Was) just two days in the lower values ​​measured maximum daily temperatures.
Frezzing days in first weekend in February was in all Croatia. Highest daily temperature in most parts of the country have been negative. Inside the third February measure of -6 to -8 ° C, in the mountains and -15 ° C. And in most of the northern and central Adriatic is the third February was cold day (maximum daily temperature is below 0 ° C). A day later, 4 February, in the interior of measure of -8 to -10 ° C, in the mountains up to -20 ° C
Senj waterfront, February 2012. (photo Aleksandar Gospic)

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Baska, 8 February 2012 (photo by Miro Svetec)

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Meteorological portal wunderground.com on 6 February 2012. In his regular column "World View" which publishes the best weather photographs from around the world, proclaimed as the best photo snowstorm in Trogir port captured third February during cyclone Gabor. The photo was sent by a member of the team Crometeo Antonio Mise.

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Split, 3.2.2012. - foto RoR

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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#228 Postby Crostorm » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:07 pm

# 3 - EXTREME DRY MARCH

March in our country was extremely arid, in many places, one of the driest March in the history of measurements.

After this year's February on Zavizanu was the second coldest February in the history of measurement (also the second coldest month), March has brought new extremes. In March on Zavižanu fell only 0.8 mm of precipitation.This year's March was the driest March in the history of measurement (the 1954th year). How little is evident from the fact that the monthly average is 153.2 mm in March.In Split, with 1.4 mm was the third driest March (1953, there was no rainfall in March and the 1948th fell 0.7 mm). In Rijeka fell 0.7 mm, which is the fourth lowest amount of precipitation in March (1929th year fell 0.0 mm (rounded figure), and in 1948 fell 0.2 mm and 1974. 0.4 mm).

DHMZ analysis temperature for March: "The analysis of the temperature anomaly for March 2012 years shows that in the all of Croatia mean monthly air temperatures were higher than year average from 1961 to 1990.

By percentage, the thermal conditions in Croatia in March 2012. was classified into three categories: warm (eastern and central part of the Croatian and the island of Vis), extremely warm (wider area of ​​the river) and very hot (remaining Croatian). "
Analysis of rainfall: Rainfall conditions in Croatia for March 2012. been described as the dominant category of extremely dry, except for the islands of the southern Adriatic (Vis and Lastovo) that are classified as arid. "

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Precipitation in March 2012. expressed in% of multi-year (1961-1990).
corresponding monthly averages. (Meteorological and Hydrological Service)

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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#229 Postby Crostorm » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:16 pm

# 4 - FOUR APRIL NAMED DEPRESSIONS (WINTER EASTER)

In April we saw off four depressions. The amount of rainfall was varied in the southern Adriatic, April was a record wet. At the meteorological station in Dubrovnik is 193 mm of rain fell, which is a new record for April. The former was the wettest April was in 1970. year when 186 mm of rain fell. This year it is April in Dubrovnik passed 210% of the average rainfall (92 mm). At the airport Cilipi in April fell 268 mm of rain. The Lastovo total fell 149 mm, which is 296% of the average, which is 51 mm. Zadar measured 111 mm of rain, which is 187% of the average of 60 mm. Above average precipitation in April was recorded at stations: Sibenik 94 mm (152%), Split 93 mm (142%), Hvar 86 mm (163%), Pula airport 62 mm (107%), Knin 125 mm (144 %). Inside the outstanding amount to the extent Paranoid 90 mm ​​(170%), Slavonski boat 74 mm (125%). April is the least rainfall brought Bjelovar, 34 mm, which is 47% of the average, then Križevci 35 mm (56%), Varazdin 42 mm (40%). Zavižan measured 195 mm (110%), Gospić 116 mm (108%).

First depression in april (Karlo) was active at the time of the 3 to 6 April 2012. The low brought very variable, and at least some rain fell in most parts of the country.Easter is marked by (winter) low Lydia. Cold front on the night of the 7th on the 8th April engulfed northwestern parts of the interior during the day and shifted to the south of the country. Already during the night in a cold mountain areas of rain moved into the snow. So was at 8 am, 8 April Zavižan measured 12 inches of snow, Bey Razdolje 8 cm, 4 cm Parg Čabar and Gospic Sljeme 1 cm.

In the afternoon and evening snow line in Dalmatia down to 500 to 600 meters above sea level.

The end of the first week in April brought frost in most of the Croatian who has committed extensive damage to fruit trees and plants. Frost was in the interior of Istria and Dalmatia, where it was almost to the coast. The lowest temperatures were measured in Slavonia. At the station Pozega, Babin Vir 10th April was measured minimum temperature of -7.3 ° C. From MHS stations SB is measured -6.5 ° C, which was the second lowest temperature in april for Slavonski Brod since 1961. year.
12th April the Croatian Chamber of Agriculture (COD) request to declare a natural disaster due to the damage that was fruit growers throughout the country caused by the recent frost. Damage was estimated at more than 894 million kuna.

8.4.2012. - Lidija SE Velebit - Photo Aleksandar Gospic

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9.4.2012. - View of the Velebit from Zadar - photo by Boris KAČAN

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After Lidija, 11 and 12 April was active low Milan. Most of the rain has fallen on the south Adriatic, especially in the northern and southern parts. In the northern Adriatic, fell about 30 mm of rain. After a long time in Istria fell concrete rain (Pazin 22 mm). Heavier rain was on the far south.
Next low was marked by Neva (13-18.4.2012.) Neva brought rain most of the country.Ploče in that week fell 93 mm of rain. Some rainfall during the period from 1-18.4.2012. on the south coast: Gruda 263 mm, 219 mm Mandaljena, Vid 158 mm, 135 mm Lastovo, Komiza 83 mm, 59 mm Hvar.

Vrgorac flooded field (18.04.2012.) - Photo: Dani Sikirica

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The first part of April's last decade (19 to 25.4.) Was marked by a large European low Orlando. Center of the cyclone was over the UK, and our lands influx moist and warm air from the Mediterranean.
20th April was at morning hours , heavy storm accompanied by hail affected Sibenik and its surroundings. The greatest damage were observed in Jankolovica above Biograd, the agricultural company where they completely destroyed crops of vegetables and wheat, and the Adriatic highway from drift ice had to clean the plow.
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#230 Postby Crostorm » Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:17 pm

# 5 - RECORD WARMTH AT THE END OF APRIL

The end of April brought a stable and very warm weather, and many stations are measured and record-high temperatures in April.
In the last days of April and very abruptly warmer across the country. Record high temperature was measured in April, according to official data Dhmz at 19 locations around the Croatia. Bilogora ,Bjelovar, Daruvar, and Zagreb Maksimir ,are noted and the first hot day of April in the history of measurement. In some places the April records were destroyed two days in a row.

26th April temperatures were already in eastern Slavonia reaching 26 ° C, and a day later, but everywhere in the interior of the scale 26 or 27 ° C. That Friday 27th April Zavižanu the temperature rises to to 17.1 ° C, which was only 0.1 ° C lower than the current absolute record for April (April 8th 2011th was measured 17.2 ° C) warming occurred after in the earlier part of the month temperatures were much lower. From 1-26.4. Zavižanu in only two days maximum daily temperature exceeded 10 ° C (up to 11.8 ° C), and even 16 days was below 4 ° C. Four days the temperature did not rise above 0 ° C. The lowest minimum temperature was measured 9th April was -12.3 ° C, which was 1.8 ° C for more than the absolute minimum for April, which is -14.5 ° C.

Over the next two days across the country fell an absolute temperature record for the highest April temperature.
On Zavižan 28th April highest daily temperature has increased to 19.4 ° C, which was as much as 2.2 ° C higher than the previous April's record high maximum temperatures. A day later, 29.4. Zavižan measure on the April record high minimum temperature of 11.8 ° C. The previous highest minimum temperature in April was measured 23.4.1968. year and was 9.4 ° C.

In Rijeka on 28 April 2012. measured 28.9 ° C, which is 1.6 ° C higher than the previous record of April 27.3 ° C, which has been recorded on the 25th april 1962nd year. According to data Meteorological and Hydrological Service records in Saturday: Daruvar to 29.5 ° C (the old record was 29.0 ° C), Senj with 29.5 ° C. Bilogora with 29.2 ° C (28.5 ° C), with Puntijarka 28.9 ° C, with Križevci 28.5 ° C (27.5 ° C), Krapina 28.2 ° C, Gospić 27.9 ° C (26.4 ° C), with Gorica Nova Gradiska 29.5 ° C, 28.0 ° Poreč C Makarska with 27.6 ° C.

Sunday, 29 april brought a new temperature record. At the Zagreb Grič was 29.8 ° C, which is the largest in the history in april for temperature measurements. Data on maximum temperatures at Grič there since 1881. year. Until then, was record temperatures in April from 28.7 ° C measured 28.4.1947. year. Record warm weather is on station Zagreb Maksimir with a temperature of 30.5 ° C, while the previous record of April stood at 29.4 ° C from 24/04/1968. year. This is the penultimate day of April 2012. The first hot day of April in Zagreb in the history of measuring temperature. A hot day is one in which the highest daily temperature rises above 30 ° C.

In Varazdin, also set a new record of the April 30.4 ° C. So far the record was 30.2 ° C from 24/04/1968. year. A new record for the April Sisak was 31.1 ° C, 29.4 ° C Ploče and Komiža 27.5 ° C. Some of the April record set the previous year, there were only one day. In Daruvar a new record 31.3 ° C, 29.6 ° C Križevci, Bilogora 30.1 ° C, 30.3 ° C Bjelovar, Krapina 29.5 ° C, Zagreb Pleso 30.2 ° C, 28.0 ° C Makarska .At the airport Zadar Zemunik tied is record of 21.4.2000 27.4 ° C.

zagreb gric maximum temperature-April (1881-2012)

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#231 Postby Crostorm » Tue Jan 08, 2013 2:49 pm

# 6 - MAY WINTER WEEK (13 to 18/05/2012).

The first decade of May brought a named low (Pandora May 7 and 8). Most of the rain fell in the northern Adriatic Sea and in the northern and western parts of the interior, and at least in Dalmatia and Slavonia in the east.

Middle of the month was a big temperature shift. On Saturday 12th May the highest daily temperatures inside often exceeded 30 ° C. The hot The warmest was in eastern Slavonia. Osijek Klis has measured a maximum of 31.1 ° C, 31.0 ° C Gradište, Osijek Cepin 30.4 ° C, 30.3 ° C Daruvar, Slavonski Brod 30.2 ° C, 30.1 ° C in Zagreb, Ogulin 30 ° C, 29.7 ° C Pazin, Karlovac and Senj 29.5 ° C. It was very warm for the rest of the country, with temperatures ranging from 26 to 29 ° C. Only some Dalmatian islands highest measured 24 or 25 ° C. It was warm in higher mountains. So on the Puntijarka, Saturday had a maximum of 24.3 ° C, Zavižan 21.1 ° C.

On the night of 12 to 13 May featured a dramatic change and jump from summer to winter. Pronounced cold front (low Ranko) is, that night literally blown summer in most parts of the country until morning brought autumn, and winter atmosphere. At the turn of the 12th Saturday on Sunday 13th May in the northwestern parts of the interior blew a strong northerly wind. At the same time strong and stormy gale from spreading further north Adriatic to Dalmatia. In Istria, the storm tore branches from trees, damage from wind was in the interior. Strong winds caused damage in about 22 hours on Saturday roofing Elementary School Prelog. Tempest was creating huge traffic problems. Parts of the A1 and A6, and the Krk bridge were closed to traffic. At the Krk bridge were recorded, bora, 170 km / h.

During the night, temperatures in the interior and in the northern Adriatic quickly fell. In the mountains, at altitudes above 600 to 700 meters started to snow. At 8 am on 13th May Zavižan measured 3 cm of snow with a temperature of -3 ° C. Evening at Zavizanu measured 19 cm of snow, and Monday, the 14th May evening measured 24 cm of snow. Reports from Razdolje Begova spoke about twenty centimeters of snow and real winter idyll.

Temperatures that week were significantly lower than summer values ​​from the day before, and the mountains were slashed and for 25 ° C. Zavižanu there was the second biggest daily drop in mean daily temperature history measurements (since 1954. Years). On Saturday 12th May is measured 21.2 ° C, this temperature enters the ten highest temperature measured in May. The absolute record was 23.1 ° C, from 25 May 2009. year. On Sunday 13th May the highest daily temperature was only -1.8 ° C, and enter the ten lowest maximum value for May. Average daily temperature in Zavižanu to 13.5. was -2.9 ° C, which is 17.2 ° C less than the average daily temperature from the day before which was 14.3 ° C. The history of measuring just one more daily drop occurred daily mean temperature. It was the third March 1987. when the average daily temperature was 17.4 ° C lower than the one day before.

On the Northern Adriatic Sea in mid-afternoon scales from 9 to 14 ° C, and in the interior valleys substantially from 10 to 13 ° C. With advancing fronts to the south the temperatures are starting to reduce in Dalmatia. The entire day is kept very warm in the south of the Adriatic, so that in Dubrovnik measured 29 ° C.

There was plenty of information and heavy precipitation. On the night of 12 to 13.5. Parg had fallen 53 mm of rain.

The hinterland of Novi Vinodol, 13 May - Photo: Goran Gajic

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New, diverse meteorological excitement on Wednesday 16th May, especially along the coast and in the mountains brought low Sabina.
Already from the morning to the time in the western parts of the interior and the northern Adriatic influenced new fronts and cyclones, and by the evening was cloudy with rainfall affected the whole country. Sabina , according to data up to 20 hours in some places that Wednesday brought increased rainfall. In the northwestern Istria, Umag was fallen as much as 63 mm of rain.

From the north of Europe is against our country on the front line got a new shipment of cold air, and in the mountains above 800 meters again started to snow. On the evening Zavizanu measured 30 cm of snow, which was 15 cm higher than the height measured by the previous evening.
In the early afternoon, temperatures in the north of the Adriatic were real winter, and the cold sensation the enhanced by the wind that blew. In 14 pm Porec is measured only 7 ° C, 8 ° C Rijeka and Senj 9 ° C. At the same time Split measured 21 ° C. By evening the weather turned cold in Dalmatia, Split at 8pm measured 10 ° C.At Dubrovnik at that evening whit the arrival of the front, accompanied by torrential rain, thunder, and some waterspouth.

Dubrovnik, 16.5.2012. – foto: Daniel Pavlinović
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Distancing Sabina over southeast continent and strengthening anticyclone from the west of Europe 17th May allow the flow of cold air over our region. Therefore it is Thursday, the 17th May, especially morning and morning marked a strong north wind in the interior, with a stormy wind blows in Dalmatia. Bora and its effects are the main weather news of the day.
According to data from Meteorological and Hydrological Service on the old bridge in Maslenica in the morning, bora measured from 180 km / h.There was also minor damage to overhead power lines and telephone cables, damage to the park forests Osejava and St. Peter, in the olive groves and vineyards, and the vegetable crops. On Mosor Observatory measured a stroke of 143 km / h

Makarska, 17.5.2012. – foto Toni Katić

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#232 Postby Crostorm » Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:01 pm

# 7 - UNSTABLE FIRST HALF OF JUNE

Changeable spring weather, with three named depressions continued in the first half of June.
First day of climatological summer is marked inside the depressions impact Tatjana which ends in the central and western Slavonia brought abundant rain, 25 to 69 mm (Sisak). In the northern Adriatic, fell just two liters of rain on the area of ​​Rijeka, while in Lika and Dalmatia did not rain.
At first "thirty" from the beginning climatological summer should not have to wait long. After twenty days, 3 June was again in a few locations in eastern Slavonia scale hot 30 ° C. New precipitation and refreshments brought low Urban, 4 and 5 June Stormthe fourth June caught most of Slavonia, caused damage to field crops, vineyards and orchards in the Brod-County, where there were hail but in other parts of the disruption in the supply of electricity and flooded basements, and housing. Abundant rainfall has fallen in the part of Slavonia (Osijek Cepin 33 mm), Lika (Gospic 36 mm) and a part of Dalmatia (Split, up to 30 mm). Nearby Peljesac peninsula, on 5 June created a waterspouth.

Unstable weather continued and the transition from the first to the second decade. 10th June stronger storms in the late afternoon and evening created near Sisak, in Virovitica, and northwestern parts of the border with Slovenia.And over Virovitica formed storm system from which it is falling hail the size of walnuts.

Unstable the June days, concluded at the end of the first half of June low Vjera. Heavier rain was on the northern Adriatic coast and the mountains. In the area Savudrija hail the 12th June committed a lot of damage. Showers and locally heavier rain during the day was in the western parts of the interior., Especially in the wider area, Moslavina in western Slavonia. Last days of spring calendar started first pronounced and prolonged heat wave that lasted more than a month.

Sunja, 10.6.2012. – foto: Mario Sekulić

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Koprivnica, 11. 6.2012. – foto: Marko Posavec

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#233 Postby Crostorm » Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:31 pm

# 8 - JUNE-JULY HEAT WAVE: RECORD WARM THROUGHOUT JULY

In the second half of June, a few days before the start of the calendar summer heat wave began to take more than a month, until the beginning of the third decade of July. In this period, we have sent off one (one-day) named low (Zoro), which is the end of June brought a short refreshment in the interior.
16th June is the Split began a series of hot days (maximum daily temperature is equal to or greater than 30 ° C), and stopped at number 38 ° C, 24 July.
17th June they highest daily temperature in almost the whole country risen over 30 ° C,The hottest of the day was Knin with 35 ° C. Two days later, Zavižan measured 24.4 ° C, which equals the absolute temperature record for June 26th which is set June 2008.And the last day of the calendar spring, 20 June brought a real summer feeling that matches the end of July or beginning of August. On Thursday, 21 June, on the first day of the calendar and the summer temperature recorder was Knin with a temperature of 38 ° C. Hot it was in the country with the highest daily temperatures ranging from 32 to 36 ° C.
After a couple of days in the interior of the scale below 30 ° C, 28 June is again in most parts of the country recorded a hot day. Knin was the hottest with 34 ° C, and the other end of the scale is 30-32 ° C. The last day of June brought a bright summer with hot weather across the country. Highest daily temperature in the entire country, except in the highest mountains were above 30 ° C, and in the interior are frequent and temperatures were above 35 ° C.

That day was the hottest Imotski with 38 ° C. Beli, Djakovo, Knin, Sisak and Osijek Klis have measured 37 ° C, and Zupanja, Karlovac, Osijek Čepin Slavonski Brod, Pazin, Zagreb and Varazdin Gri 36 ° C. Average daily temperatures in Zagreb (Gri) amounted to 29.2 ° C, while the average daily mean temperature at the end of June about 22 ° C. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, was even hotter. Zenica has measured 38.6 ° C, 38.5 ° C Mostar and Banja Luka 37.5 ° C.

And July was marked by sweltering heat. Warmest in the first two days of July was Knin to nearly 40 ° C. Specifically, first measured July is 39.6 ° C (maximum temperature in Europe), and the second measured July is 39.8 ° C. A series of 16 consecutive record Knin very hot days (maximum temperature above 35 ° C), which started 29th June lasted until 14 July, when measured the highest 34 ° C. Before that, of 15 to 29 June temperature did not fall below 30 degrees, of which eight days was greater than 35 degrees. A series of hot days in Knin the only briefly interrupted On Monday, 16 July, when the highest daily temperature was 28 ° C.

In Pazin is the maximum temperature of the first day of July was 38.6 ° C, which is equal to the absolute temperature record Pazin. The same value was measured and 19 July 2007. year. Most of the country has been measuring the temperature over 33 ° C, in most places, and above 35 ° C. In the Beli Manastir is the first day of July temperature climbed to 38 ° C. Hot 32.6 ° C measured in Parg. Only in the highland is measured below 30 ° C, but even there it is very warm. Puntijarka measured a maximum of 28.1 ° C, and even Zavižan 26.4 ° C. This value is only 1.2 ° C lower than the highest previously measured temperatures at Zavižan (27.6 ° C from 27 July 1983.). Second day of July Zavižan measured a maximum of 25.4 ° C.

Very hot was in the neighboring countries. Mostar is the first July measured a maximum temperature of 39.3 ° C and 38.8 ° C. Zenica In Hungary, Baja 38.2 ° C, while in Montenegro Podgorica 38.1 ° C. In Slovenia, Ljubljana measures 36.0 ° C, while in Serbia Sombor 37.1 ° C.


Mean temperature of the first decade of July at the station Zagreb Grič amounted 28.4 ° C and this is the hottest of all the Grič decades since the measurements. A meteorological measurements is made ​​at the station of the 1861st year. All night the first decade of the July were tropical, with the lowest temperature of more than 20 ° C. The lowest temperature in the first ten days of July was 20.9 ° C and maximum 35.9 ° C. So far the first decade was the hottest July 1957. when the average temperature was 27.9 ° C. The average value of the average daily air temperature (1,901th to 2000th g) for the first decade of July at the station Gri the 21.4 ° C. So, the first ten days of July were even for 7.4 ° C warmer than average in Zagreb. Average day at the station in Zagreb Maksimir in the first ten days of July was 27.9 ° C. How hot was the fact that the mean daily Sljeme was 22.0 ° C, which is almost 2 ° C warmer than the average for July, Maksimir.

And in the Split (Marjan) is the first decade of July, with average temperatures of 30.8 ° C warmest first decade of July, and is equal warmest decade and the taking into account all months. So far, the first decade of the hottest July was the 1950th with a mean temperature of 30.2 ° and 30.8 ° measured the average value in the third decade of July 1945.

Split in this heat wave tied one record. This is a sequential number called. warm nights (minimum temperature of at least 25.0 ° C). In the the period from 30 June to 13th July skated as 14 such days. This equals the record from 2003. , when the 3rd to 16th August also recorded a series of 14 days with warm nights.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, was extremely hot. In Serbia, were not uncommon temperatures above 40 ° C. Ćuprija measured 41.5 ° C, 41.2 ° C Kraljevo, Nis and Kikinda 40.1 ° C, 39.9 ° C Leskovac, Krusevac and 39.6 ° C. In Montenegro, Podgorica measures 39.0 ° C.

After long 17th heats July are many places in the interior of the measured single-digit minimum temperature. At the station Bjelolasica Zrnići at 620 meters above sea level (pljusak.com) the temperature dropped to only 4 ° C. Lika stations also were cold this morning: Stajnica and Otočac 6 ° C, and Krasno Jospidol 7 ˘ C. In Gospic, Križevci and Zavižanu measured 8 ° C, Daruvar, Upper Stubica, Durdjevac Puntijarka, Slavonski Brod, Varazdin, Zagreb Pleso were measured 9 ° C.

On Biokovo the temperature dropped to 6.1 ° C. In the other areas of the interior of as scale in the morning from 10 to 12 ° C.
At the transition from the second to third decade of July heat are briefly reunited. 19th July is again everywhere was hot, in the central parts of the interior often exceeding 35 ° C. Sisak is on that day measured 37.4 ° C.

At the beginning of the second decade of July fell and one temperature record for July. In Dubrovnik, the highest daily temperatures 23rd July was 36.1 ° C, which is the highest in July air temperature ever measured since the beginning of the official meteorological measurements in Dubrovnik. Until that day, the highest temperature measured in Dubrovnik was 35.4 ° C, measured on 24 July 2007. year. On the same day the Ćilipi has measured up 39.4 ° C (decimal degrees was missing for 40 ° C!).

Months of continued drought in most Croatia, where rainfall was uneven, as befits the summer months with sporadic downpours. Pronounced lack of precipitation than the usual amount of July recorded at stations such Gospic, Marjan Split and Zagreb Grič and especially in Rijeka, where they fell a record 2 liters of rain per square meter and in Bjelovar where from 12 liters this is also the driest July in the history of measurement. Less than 10 liters recorded in Hvar, Komize Makarska, Mali Losinj, Ploce and Split, Porec. "

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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#234 Postby Crostorm » Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:51 pm

# 9 - JULY:STRONG WINDS

At the beginning of the second decade of July long heat wave broke frontal disturbance from northwest Europe and Ada low over the Tyrrhenian Sea. brought hurricane storm in the northern Adriatic Sea, one of the biggest summer storm in recent years.

In the afternoon and especially the evening on Saturday 21 July came the long-awaited front from the northwest. Rain, rain showers and thunder was interspersed in the northern Adriatic Sea, and in the western and central parts of the interior. Rain has not fallen everywhere is not was much. By Sunday morning, 22 July Daruvar 23.2 mm of rain fell in Gospic 20.3 mm while Zavižan measured 10.4 mm.

That Sunday has brought a variety of weather conditions in our country. At 13 hours on a misty Zavizanu with bura measured only 6 ° C, while in Hvar measured hot 34 ° C. In the northern Adriatic was blowing bura.

The third day of action brought depressions Ada On Monday 23 July new meteorological excitement, but also trouble. In the morning between Selca and Bribira near Novi Vinodolski huge fire erupted which is supported by bura quickly spread to the coast, so the two tourist camps in Selce had to be partially evacuated. Fire is threatened homes.

Bora wind during the night and morning hurricane have hit the North. Adriatic and under Velebit, the strongest in the last few summers, the traffic continued to complicate closing bridges and sections of roads and disrupting ferry and catamaran lines. Even the part of the Rijeka bypass the hurricanes impact storm was closed to traffic, and that rarely happens in the winter. In Rijeka average storm was 90 km / h, with the strongest gusts up to 119 km / h. Omišalj measured the shocks to 133 km / h, while the Krk bridge recorded even 180 km / h.

The night also brought new precipitation in most parts of the country except the north Adriatic. Mostly with quantities less than 10 liters, while the 18.8 recorded Ogulin, 13.7 Karlovac, 12.8 and 10.3 liters Puntijarka Refinery. Some rain, although it was modest in Dalmatia, where the storm was somewhat weaker than in the north. For the first time in 40 days (last updated June 13) Split measurable precipitation the recorded, ie 2 liters of rain. Also after a series of 37 days and minimum temperature at Split Marjan dropped below 20 at 19.1 ° C, with the gusts of bora to 94 km / h. A number that is not that day failed to break the one with the highest daily temperatures higher than 30, because this value is exceeded (31 ° C for 13h) already 38th consecutive day. This series, however, stopped the next day.

Medjimurje news about the dangers of flooding. The increase in the level of the river Mura to 445cm midst of major rainfall in mid-July in its upper course in Austria led to declaring emergency flood protection measures in Mursko Središće. However, the leak Mura and flooding has NOT occurred.
The next few day as low Ada lingered over Tyrrhenian Sea, and above our ends circled moist air, so the weather was changeable, with the occasional rain, which was not alleviated in most places and broke prolonged drought. However, one fact stood out about the rain. Hrvace Sinja end of the 24th July measured as 41 liters of rain.

Night from Tuesday 24th on Wednesday 25th July is brought increased rainfall in the lowlands of the interior. Most fell in Bednja even 66 liters, Karlovac 45, Puntijarka 44, 31 Krapina, Samobor 29, Parg 26, Zg-Maksimir 22nd Larger amounts of rain during the night and was in the south where the Gruda registered 35 and 27 liters Ćilipi. Extreme amounts of rain have fallen in some places in Serbia, Vojvodina accurately, so in the Vrsac fell incredible 180 liters of Veliko Gradištu 147, Banat Karlovac 86

Unstable, but gradually and warmer weather as retained and 26 and 27 July Only locally were downpours. So the 26th July in Osijek dropped 16 mm, 14 mm Pula airport. The last days of July have brought back with stable weather heats, culminating in early August.

Dubrovnik, 24. srpnja 2012. – foto: Daniel Pavlinović

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#235 Postby Crostorm » Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:03 am

Ok let me finnaly finish year 2012 :D

#10August heat wave with temperature record

August is the whole country was extremely warm. In the middle of the first decade in the first half of the third decade was put at some stations the new temperature records. Some sites are for the second time this summer or August, breaking temperature records (absolute and monthly).

The last few days of July and beginning of August marked another wave of heat that is in some parts of the country brought the highest temperature ever measured. Absolute temperature records were struck in Gradištu, Slavonski Brod and Dubrovnik.
After the beginning of the third decade of July cyclone Ada broke the long-standing series of hot days, which is in most parts of the country lasted from the middle of June, the hot weather returned in late July. So the last four days in July are often measured temperatures above 35 ° C. Only places in the interior of any local storm due to penetration of smaller amounts of moist air from the northwest.

Temperatures were in the beginning of August grew by the day and slowly approaching the value of 40 ° C. On Sunday 5th August are the warmest were in Knin. Liverpool, Ðakovo and False highest daily temperature of 39 ° C. Beli Manastir, Koprivnica, Paranoid and Varazdin measured 38 ° C. Zagreb, Bjelovar, Daruvar, Nova Gradiska, Krizevci, Osijek, Sisak, Sibenik measured 37 ° C. In most other places can measure up to 33 to 36 ° C.

Monday, 6 August was the hottest day in the earlier part of the year, with temperatures in Slavonia were the highest ever measured.

In Gradištu the temperature rose to 40.8 ° C which is the highest in the history of measurements. Temperature data are from in 1971. previous year and amounted to an absolute maximum 40.2 ° C (July the 6th 1988th and July 22 2007). ABOUT extreme heat is the fact that the temperature that day was even 11.3 ° C higher than the average.

At the airport station Osijek Klis measured 40.5 ° C, which was only 0.1 ° C less than the absolute record of 40.6 ° C, which is set 24 JULY 2007th In Osijek (Èepin) is now measured 40.1 ° C, which is a new temperature record for August (data conducted by the 1899th year). The current maximum for August stood at 38.9 ° C (15 August 1952).. The absolute maximum of Osijek is only 0.2 C higher than today and the maximum is 40.3 ° C (July 1, 1950th year).

Even some temperature measured sixth August were: 39.0 ° C Knin, Sisak 39.3 ° C, 38.0 ° C Bjelovar, Zagreb Maksimir 37.5 ° C. Along the coast is the most common measure of 33-36 ° C. Very warm, almost hot it was in the higher mountains: Puntijarka (29.6 ° C), Parg (29.3 ° C), slope - Saint George 28.3 ° C, 25.0 ° C. Zavizan

And across Southeast Europe that day was extremely hot. The highest temperature in Europe is measured in Italy (Catania / Sigonella) 42.4 ° C. Below Demir gate in Macedonia with 41.8 ° C, Rousse in Bulgaria to 41.3 ° C, while Turkey has measured up to 40.9 ° C. In Bosnia and Herzegovina have been the warmest Zenica with 40.9 ° C, Banja Luka from 40.6 ° C to 40.3 C Mostar and Tuzla with 40.0 ° C. In Serbia, Sombor measured 39.7 ° C, while in Montenegro Podgorica 39.1 ° C. In Slovenia, the highest temperature of 36.4 ° C benchmarks in Cerklje ob Krka.

Such extreme heat were the result of the inflow of hot air from the north of Africa in the southwest streaming , front frontal disturbances that kept to the west of our region .
The next day , the seventh August is the "order" came to Dalmatia . In Dubrovnik afternoon measured temperature of 38.4 ° C which is the highest in the history of measurement , and of course, the highest temperature measured in August . The previous record was set exactly nine years ago 7 August 2003. year and amounted to 37.0 ° C. Two weeks earlier ( July 23rd) Dubrovnik is broken down and the temperature record for July , which now amounts to 36.1 ° C.

It was extremely hot and the Split region and around Vrgorac and the Neretva valley . In the afternoon Castle Gomilici measured air temperature of 39.5 ° C ( rounded to 40 ° C ) . Only minor degree , 38.9 ° C , measured in a few kilometers west Resnik , Split airport . Staševica near Vrgorac had a maximum temperature of 41.4 ° C , and Vid next 40.7 ° C. In neighboring Komin measured 40.2 ° C.

Inside , after the extreme heat of the day before , that Tuesday breathed a little easier . The highest daily temperatures were up to ten degrees lower than yesterday and ranged around 30 ° C or a little more .

Extremely hot it was in the Balkans and elsewhere . According to official data, the warmest in Europe were Demir gate in Macedonia and Podgorica in Montenegro, with the highest daily temperature of 43.9 ° C. In Gevgelija measured 43.8 ° C. In Mostar, the maximum today was 41.8 ° C. Montenegro will arrive by the fact that in today Danilovgrad measured 44.8 ° C

And 8th August is the warmest was in Dalmatia , but the official temperature records are falling . The warmest was in Split. The meteorological station on Marjan measured a maximum temperature of 37.8 ° C. Only 0.4 ° ​​C to be missed set a new temperature record for August , and less than 1 ° C was missing and being shot down an absolute temperature record . A temperature of 38.1 ° C , which is measured on Marjan 8th August in 1971. year and remains recorded as temperature record for the Split .

Still in the southeast of Europe measured above 40 ° C. In Albania, measured to 42-0 ° C, 41.9 ° C Greece, Italy 41.2 ° C, 40.8 ° C Malta, Bulgaria and Macedonia 40.7 ° C. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar was the hottest with 40.4 ° ​​C. It was the third consecutive day in Mostar with temperature higher than 40 ° C.
In the days leading up to mid-August heat are everywhere eased. Inside the morning was fresh. With occasional incursions of small quantities of humid air, interspersed was only minor amounts of rain and the drought continued.

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The end of the second and beginning of the third decade of August brought another heat wave with new temperature record. Temperatures are day by day growing and is increasingly becoming a very hot exceeded 35 ° C. In this first wave of hot temperature record fell 21st August. In Pazin is the highest daily temperature was 38.7 ° C, which is a new highest temperature ever measured in Pazin. It was the second time in a year that Pazin recorded a new high temperature.

Soon after that , and on our highest meteorological station in Zavižan be downed temperature records . 21st August is the highest day temperature rose to 26.8 ° C. It is the sixth highest temperature in the history of measurements on Zavizanu ( from 1954th g ) . So lacked only 0.5 ° C to break down the temperature record for August ( 27.2 ° C is the 2nd August 1998. , And August 22, 2011). . The collapse of the absolute temperature record for Zavizan ( 27.6 ° C of 27 July 1983). Failed only 0.9 ° C.
In many places , especially in the interior of the day temperatures measured over a very hot 35 ° C. Knin and Liverpool were measured 38 ° C. Daruvar , Nova Gradiska wedded , Beli Manastir , Imotski , Koprivnica , Pozega 37 ° C. Measured and very hot 36.1 ° C in Ogulin and 35.5 ° C in Gospic , and are rarely seen by the fact the temperature of 31.9 ° C Parga Èabar .
Longer nights are still brought fresher morning in the interior , so they observed a very large daily temperature fluctuations . So this morning minimum temperature in Crni Lug Paklenica was 7 ° C, and Otocac 9 ° C. In 14 hours Beit_Shemesh measured 34 ° C , and even Otoèac 36 ° C.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina in Zenica measured 40.1 ° C, and in Mostar 39.9 ° C. In Mostar 21 August 2012. the fiftieth day of the year with a temperature of at least 35 ° C , and even 84 -th day with a temperature of at least 30 ° C. It is very hot there and in Slovenia . Ljubljana , Nova Gorica and Cerklje ob Krka measured even 36.0 ° C.

Bright summer continued and the next day , in which almost the entire interior fried at temperatures above 35 ° C , and were not rare values ​​of 38 or 39 ° C. At the station Osijek Klis 22 August, the highest measured 39.7 ° C, and in Slavonski Brod 39.6 ° C. There are numerous places 22nd 8th measuring 39 ° C : Daruvar , Nova Gradiska , Osijek , Paranoid , Sisak . This value was measured at 14 hours and Beli Manastir , Brestovec and Slunj . It was hot and the Adriatic Sea with the highest daily temperatures up to 35.5 ° C , as measured in Ploce .
In Europe and on that day ( 08.22.2012 . ) Was the hottest Cordoba in Spain with 41.5 ° C. Immediately behind it ( according to data from 2882 weather stations in Europe ) were three places from Bosnia and Herzegovina : Zenica ( 41.2 ° C ) , Banja Luka ( 40.9 ° C ) and Bihac ( 40.0 ° C ) . Mostar measured 39.8 ° C. In Serbia, they were the hottest Krusevac and Leskovac with 39 7 ° C. In Slovenia 's Krka Cerklje ob measure of 38.4 ° C , and Novo Mesto 37.8 ° C.

The peak of the heat arrived in the Friday, the 24th August . It was one of the warmest , and we could say the hottest day of summer 2012. the " quantity " temperature of 40 ° C and 39 ° C.
At the station in Osijek ( Èepin ) is that very hot Friday measured a maximum temperature of 40.3 ° C, which is a new record for August. It was the second time in August that breaks temperature record for that month . Earlier this month ( August 6 ) is measured 40.1 ° C. He also equated the absolute temperature record . Namely , the same temperature of 40.3 ° C was measured 1 srpnja in 1950. year . Hotter , with 40.4 ° ​​C was at the airport station Osijek Klis ( August 6, measured 40.5 ° C ) . With these two Osijek becomes that Friday brought another three temperatures of at least 40 ° C : Paranoid and Liverpool ( 40.2 ° C ) , and Sisak ( 40.0 ° C ) . The temperature record for August Sisak of 39.4 ° C set in 6th August this year it was surpassed . 40.0 ° C in Sisak and new absolute temperature record (old is 39.4 C ) . Very close to the " fortieth " was the Varazdin where measured 39.8 ° C , which is also a new record for August (old stood at 38.5 ° C on 6 August 2012) . And Daruvar is today set a new record for August ( 39.0 ° C ) , which is 1.4 ° C higher than the previous record , also set 18 days ago . Warmest that day was in Ðakovo with a temperature of 41 ° C ( this is a rounded value ) .


Temperatures were in almost the entire interior of the day reaching or exceed 38 ° C. Very warm , even hot it was and in the higher mountains . Trophy is the second highest measured temperature in the history of measurements of 31.1 ° C. Warmer was only 20.7.2007 . when measured 32.1 ° C. Two days earlier ( 08/22/2012 ) Trophy measured 30.5 ° C , which is the fourth highest temperature in the history of measurements . On the Adriatic was the hottest Makarska with 37.5 ° C, and the " freshest " were Dubrovnik with 32.7 ° C and Palagruza with 31.1 ° C.
The heat persisted and 25 August, and then the next day across our country passed disorder and frontal cyclone ( Blaise ) , which brought rain and refreshments . Most abundant precipitation were recorded in the northern Adriatic ( 25-52 mm ) and mountains ( up to 40 mm ) . In Rijeka Blaz brought 43 mm of rain , which is 42% of the monthly average for August. Umag in the evening caught very thunderstorms accompanied by hail , hurricane Tramontana and a leech . Committed a great material damage (30 million ) . 30.8.2012 . due to bad weather and declared a natural disaster . In the central regions of the interior has fallen from 10 to 20 mm of rain , and at least ( 6 mm ) somewhere in Slavonia . In Dalmatia , the rain missed , but the strong north wind only facilitated the spread of many fires.
Extreme heat were followed and numerous fires along the coast . In Istria was burned in several places 25th August . More on the Mount and near Kosinje on Velebit , and especially the last few days of August were numerous fires in Dalmatia . Worse was in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It was not until the first day of September , after the rain that fell in the area of Dalmatia ( cyclone ) Cipora extinguished all the fires in Dalmatia .

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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#236 Postby Crostorm » Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:37 am

#11 The September rainy cyclone

The prolonged dry season in many parts of the interrupted series of rain in September cyclone. The first of these (Cipora) our lands straddle the last day of climatological summer.
That day has brought a variety of weather conditions. In eastern Slavonia and Dalmatia is kept hot weather, temperatures are reaching and exceeding the very hot 35 ° C. The town also measured at 14 hours 36 ° C (at the same time the Parga was only 15 ° C with thunder and rain, and Pazin and Rijeka 21 ° C). During the day and evening, a few rainy waves passed over the northern Adriatic and Gorski Kotar. In places, especially on the eastern half of Istria and Kvarner area and abundant rain fell, and there were frequent lightning.

Rainbow and lightning over Pula, 31,8,2012 foto: Nino Rašić

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Cyclone Cipora the first day of climatological autumn part of the country has brought large amounts of rain. Rains was in all regions except in the east of the country. Meteorological news of the day was the morning cloudburst over the mainland. The city was caught heavy storm with rain, heavy rain and thunder. At the station Zadar Puntamika have fallen even 93 liters of rain in just a few hours. In many parts of the city, there were flooding the basement, a large amount of rain spawned some shafts. Traffic was slow and difficult due to the torrent. On several occasions in the wider area of ​​Zadar is recorded and hail.
Some amount of rain on the first day of climatological autumn were: Parg Èabar 68 mm, 65 mm Karlovac, Gospic 62 mm, 56 mm Zavizan Ogulin 47 mm, 37 mm Krapina. Slavonia is a cyclone Cipora bypassed.

Zadar: 1.9.2012. – foto Cropix

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The next day Cipora lingered over the Mediterranean and the largest impact on weather in Dalmatia, where they were interrupted summer heat. Although it did not rain everywhere interspersed fell and higher volumes. On the night of the second the third September over the northern and central Dalmatia recorded expressed lightning activity. After leaving the cyclone Cipora occurred several more stable and warmer days.
New "hit" Summer deal a new front and cyclone Dujomir that began to influence the weather on Wednesday 12th September, and our lands abandoned during Saturday 15th September After some time, the cyclone Dujomir brought rain across the country, and often abundant. And this is a cyclone, at least the rain has brought eastern Slavonia.
It's already mid-day and early afternoon on Wednesday 12th September on the part of Istria and Kvarner was pronounced predfrontalnih instability. and abundant rainfall. Lightning was around noon caught Porec and the surrounding area where there were hail.

Town Rijeka in the early afternoon caught two prominent cuff . Abundant rain fell in the east of the city . At the station River Leads ( pljusak.com ) fell 37 liters of rain . Was flooded street Janko Polic Kamov the cave. This afternoon rain was a prelude to the downpour that swept over the river on the night of 12th 13th September According to data from the MHS becomes River Kozala in 24 hours ( up to 8 hours of September 13th) crossed the 220 ​​liters of rain , of which the 12 hour period ( 20 pm ) is 200 mm . Almost all of the rain poured in the last two hours of Wednesday 12th and the first two hours of Thursday 13th September

By measuring the MHS in only one , the last hour that Wednesday was 41.2 mm of rain fell . This amount is of course higher than the average for September ( 167 mm ) , and significantly more than the rain that fell in all three summer months (June , July , August) in which 120 mm of rain fell . However , there was no word about the record amount of rain in one day in Rijeka . 21st August 1981. fell even 325 liters of rain per square meter . It is interesting that according to data from ogimet.com that collects weather data from around the world river that morning was the wettest place in the world . Since 5654 meteorological stations around the world , except in Rijeka 220 mm , only two other places occur more than 100 liters of rain in the last 24 hours . With Laos arrives information about 117 mm of rain , and from Sri Lanka 112 mm .

Thunderstorms with strong winds and rain on Thursday night in the area of ​​Rovinj is the most damage inflicted camp Polari . To camp with the sea on Wednesday night came two leeches . Fortunately , no one was hurt . Destroyed forty trees , which damaged several mobile homes, cars , trailers and tents .
In addition to the northern Adriatic heavy rain fell that night in the mountains , the western parts of the interior and on the part of the central and southern Adriatic . Along the Adriatic rain was accompanied by lightning and pronounced activity . Quantities in excess of 100 mm are : Zone measures 179 mm , 146 mm Crni Lug , Delnice 134 mm . 90 mm ​​of rain fell on Prevlaka and Zadar . In Zadar , due novonapadale rain again flooded streets .

In addition to rain , rain and lightning, cyclone 13 September brought and noticeably colder weather . Zavizanu in 12 hours measured 0 ° C , and the rain that fell in the morning has come in the snow , the first of its climatological autumn . However , at the end of the day the snow cover was not recorded. In the lowlands of the north-western part of the country temperatures even in mid- day local slashed to single-digit figures . So we are in the summer , in just one day , they " jump " in the late fall .

Noticeably it was getting colder and the Adriatic , especially in the northern Adriatic and northern Dalmatia . In the 12 hours to Crometeo monitoring station Sibenik Šubiæevac measured only 11 ° C, which was extremely low temperatures for this time of year . This represented a decline of over 20 ° C above the temperature of the air that were measured last few days !

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New cyclone Edita arrived at the end of the summer calendar . In Rijeka on the night of 19 20th September new heavy rain fell , 149 liters . Abundant rain fell , and in the south. In Pula fell 119 liters of rain ( 37 liters more than the September average of 82 mm ) . Heavy rain flooded the streets of Pula . Edita is greater amounts of rain passed and the part of the Kvarner islands , the mountains , the western parts of the interior and part of Dalmatia , where there were plenty of thunder . Highlight some larger amounts of data at MHS : Mali Losinj 82 mm , Ogulin 77 , Parg 74 mm , 73 mm Zavizan , Hvar 55 mm , 49 mm Senj , Karlovac, 45 mm , 34 mm Gospic , Krapina 32 mm , 31 mm Pazin . And this cyclone is like the previous two at least the September rains brought Slavonia . The local station until noon measure 8 mm in the east ( Herbs , Osijek ) to 15 mm ( upper Cjepidlake )
After the passage of the front , there was a influx of cold air , and the highest peaks of rain fell a little snow . Zavizan 20 September was measured first centimeters of snow this season ( 3 cm ) . On the Adriatic was blowing strong wind . Clearing from the west is rapidly spreading to the east and south of the country , and am cloudier prevailed only in eastern Slavonia , sometimes even with a little rain .

After leaving the cyclone Edita was followed by a clear night , and the morning of the last day of the calendar summer inside dawned cold and in the mountain valleys is recorded and the first frost . Low frost was somewhere in the interior lowlands . The lowest temperatures were measured in Lika and Gorski Kotar ( up to about -1 ° C ) . These minimum temperatures are measured in meteorological homes to 2 meters in height . Temperatures in the soil were lower . Data MHS on temperatures at 5 cm from the ground that morning were : Gospic -2 ° C , Zavizan -1.6 ° C , Krizevci and Varazdin -1 ° C , Osijek , Slavonski Brod , Daruvar Bjelovar and 0 ° C , Zagreb , Krapina , Sisak , Karlovac and Ogulin 1 ° C.

The last week of September was marked by the south wind and above-average heat . At the time of the cyclone affected by Fabio who brought two rainy wave (September 23 and 28 September ) . Larger amounts did not rain . Most fell 28th September Daruvar ( 34 mm ) and Ogulin ( 32 mm ) . In Dalmatia and Slavonia , the rain missed . The last days of September brought the East Slavonia and Dalmatia summer heat with temperatures up to 33 ° C. Split 29 September recorded the latest hot day of the year , with the highest daily temperature of 30.0 ° C. So far the record held in 1985. years , when the 26th Sept. measured exactly 30.0 ° C. Night of 29 30th September it is in Split adopted minimum temperature of 25.4 ° C. So far, the latest date with a minimum temperature of at least 25.0 ° C held 2008th years ( 8 September) .
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#237 Postby Crostorm » Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:51 am

#12 October

The second day of October has brought a new meteorological excitement . Around 8 am, the storm has affected the wider Split area . Storm cloud was so developed that it is split into parts had to turn the city lights . Stormy cumulonimbus had been as a height of 10 kilometers and was the strongest developed a cloud in the morning all over Europe . Storm caught the morning and Makarska . In just one hour on Crometeo monitoring station Makarska Vrpolje fell 56 liters of rain per square meter , causing floods and flooding throughout the city . During inclement weather in Makarska , near the coast , it appeared that leeches are kept for about five minutes . Storm clouds were from Dalmatia moved further over Bosnia and Herzegovina to the north and in the early afternoon and affected Slavonia and Moslavina, where he fell in some places and higher rainfall . ( Orahovica 52 mm )
The next day the weather was stable, and the temperatures were almost summer . In eastern Slavonia on 6 October measured 28 ° C. At the end of the first decade of the month at the time , most of Dalmatia acted cyclone Hrvatin . large amount of rain was not . Much more rain brought the following two cyclones ( Iskra October 12 and 13 ) and Jon ( 15 and 16 October ) .
The cyclone spark a pronounced effect on the time of the Adriatic, especially in Dalmatia , 12 October In Mali Losinj fell 111 liters of rain . Abundant rain fell on part of the island , the station Povljana 92 liters .

12th of October he was rainy storm affected Zadar. The city streets were, for the third time since the beginning of autumn were flooded. In just a few hours fell 91 liters of rain. In the early afternoon rain storm engulfed parts and Split area. Extreme rain in a few hours down the Kastela bay, even 137.4 liters. Since it is only one hour dropped even 90.4 liters of rain. Many parts of the Kastela were flooded. At Split Marjan fell 77 liters of rain, which is almost equal to the average amount for October (76.8 liters). Abundant rain that has soaked days and Gospic (77 liters).
One day later, 13 October, in the Dubrovnik area formed a few waterspouths. One is entered in the town where he ripped awnings and umbrellas. She has traveled across the terrace and the City Café, and flew, and tables and chairs. Injured four turistici. In Cavtat is one waterspout moved closer to the sea and "smashed" on the mainland, only 50 meters from Hotel Croatia.

On the night of 13 14th October is over our region was another wave of rain associated with the cyclone spark. Rain was on the Adriatic coast and in the mountains, while inland fallen very little or no rain. Larger amounts have fallen only in Hvar (54 mm) and Mali Losinj (42 mm).
In mid-month visited us with the Mediterranean another cyclone, named Jon. Abundant rainfall was in many parts of the country. On the northern Adriatic is measured to 168 liters of rain (River Pehlin). alj on the island fell 99 liters, 62 liters in Senj. Abundant rainfall was in Gorski Kotar (Beit_Shemesh 91 liters), the Zavizanu (83 liters). In Dalmatia, the rain was abundant in the interior (Imotski 115 liters), and in Makarska (97 liters) and guidance (67 liters). In inland regions of the heavy rain fell in the central regions (65 Krapina, Samobor 47). And with this cyclone Jon least rain fell in eastern Slavonia (Paranoid 3, Osijek 7).

Watespouth in front of Makarska -02.10.2012. - Photo by Toni Katic

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Split 02.10.2012. - Photo: Zvonimir Barišin

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Zadar, 12.10.2012. - foto: Jure Mišković / CROPIX

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Dubrovnik, 13.10.2012. – foto: Daniel Pavlinović

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On Friday, the 26th October at the time he began to act Kjara new cyclone , which is at the end of October brought winter atmosphere .
Next to it is an interesting weather -related story that began even fifth October at the west coast of Africa . That day the coast of West Africa over the Atlantic storms entered the system (called a tropical wave ) and went as usual to the west , ie the Caribbean . After a seven-day trip through the Atlantic , 12 of October he was over the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea that the system became a tropical storm named Rafael . Eastern Caribbean Rafael brought abundant rain , and then headed to Bermuda . 15th October it became the first hurricane categories . Over the northern Atlantic Rafael next day quickly lost tropical characteristics and become a strong extra-tropical storm in the beginning of the third week in October with the Northwest Atlantic slowly descended toward the Azores . By Rafael made ​​almost a full circle around the northern half of the Atlantic Ocean . Ex - Rafael was moving slowly across Portugal, Spain and the western Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea to Italy . Cyclone Kjara during Friday the 26th October deepened over the northern Mediterranean , and is combined with the inflow of cold air from the north and northeast of the continent and our neighboring countries to bring stormy weather events .

With a south wind heavy rain during the night of 26 27th October fell to Rijeka area in Gorski Kotar . Platak fell about 300 liters of rain . Meteorological stations in the region of Rijeka are measured over 100 , and some have more than 200 liters of rain that night . At the station Rijeka goats fell 159 liters Heavy rain has created a lot of problems , especially in the middle of the river, where they were again flooded numerous commercial and residential areas . Were flooded and parts of Opatija . The day after the tidal wave flooded and parts of Trogir and Kastela in Croatia.
The transition to winter time on the night of Saturday 27th on Sunday 28th October, coincided with the winter conditions in the western and northwestern parts of the interior , and in the mountains . Cold air is first engulfed northwestern parts of the interior where it first started to snow . The snow in the morning spread to the entire Croatian Zagorje , Gorski Kotar , and is falling in Zagreb and Karlovac . In the morning the most snow , 14 cm scale Bednja . In Varazdin that Sunday morning measured 3 inches of snow , which is a record the October snow in Varazdin . The previous record was 2 cm . Snow fell during Sunday 28th October and early Monday . Snow in the hinterland of Rijeka down to about 300 meters above sea level , and with a strong storm occasional snowflake flared in Rijeka . On Monday, the 29th October, the most snow measured in Del , 30 cm . Parg Èabar measured 26 cm , 21 cm Bey Razdolje , Sljeme 14 cm , 11 cm Bednja , Zavizan and Ogulin 8 cm , 7 cm Ogulin , Gospic 4 cm , 3 cm Varazdin , Udbina and Krapina 2 cm and 1 cm of snow is Turns and Koprivnica .

Cooling by Sunday 28.10 . spread to the interior , and the northern and middle part of the Adriatic Sea by the end of Monday 29.10 . has expanded into Central and Southern Dalmatia. The Tempest , which is much of the day holding up area of Sibenik , at the end of the day it spread to the rest of Dalmatia . Snow is Turns Dinara , Kamešnica and silk, and there it was in the Knin area . On the southern slopes of Velebit snow around Obrovac lowered to a height of 500 meters .
The highest daily temperatures in much of the country's 29th October was a real winter . The mountains are higher throughout the day were negative . The maximum temperature on Zavižanu was -5.8 ° C, and the Trophy -2.5 ° C. In the valleys of the interior is a measure of 2-4 ° C , but somewhere in Slavonia to 5 ° C. In the northern and central Adriatic Sea during the day was fresh temperatures 7-10 ° C , and double-digit temperatures were measured only in the south.
After leaving the cyclone Kjara , morning 30th October dawned with frost in the interior , and the frost was on the northern Adriatic . The minimum temperature at the meteorological station Rijeka Kozala this morning dropped to -1.2 ° C. This is the first negative temperature in October in the history of measuring temperature , ie from 1948th year . The previous record for the October minimum temperature was 0.6 ° C , and placed on 29 October 1997. year . This Rijeka record for the lowest monthly temperature exceeded by as much as 1.8 ° C.

National Park Risnjak (Sunday, 28.10.2012) - photo by Zoran Stanko

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Former Atlantic hurricane Rafael on prognostic charts for 27 and 28 october 2012

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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#238 Postby Crostorm » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:21 am

#13 November

Beginning last month of autumn climate , marked by a cyclone Ladislav . On Wednesday, 31.10 . over the Western Mediterranean strengthened the new cyclone ( Ladislav ) , which was part of a vast cyclone centered over Scotland .
Cyclone Ladislav Night at the turn of October in cold northern Adriatic brought large amounts of rain . The rain was particularly abundant in the central and eastern Istria . In Pazin is 108.2 mm of rain fell . Airport Pula measure is 63.4 mm , 57.7 mm River . According to data from the network pljusak.com most rain fell in Plomin, even 174 liters , of which from midnight until morning 154 liters . In the wider area of ​​Rijeka has fallen from 60 to 100 liters of rain .
In the early hours of the morning , the first November of sugar and Filini municipality in the east of Barban Istria devastated by the waterspouth , which is in three minutes made ​​enormous material damage .
Ladislav has brought a tidal wave that flooded many coastal areas along the coast .
On Thursday, the 1st studenoga 2012th morning height sea level in Bakar exceeded the mean level of 122 centimeters which is its highest level ever registered on tide gauge station which is in Bakar founded in 1929. year . This is for 5 cm surpassed the previous record that was set up first 2008th year during the cyclone Eudora . And then the tidal wave flooded many places along the coast of the Adriatic.

Besides Bakar, a tidal wave that morning and flooded parts of Rijeka, Crikvenica, Cres, Rab. Flooded were numerous residential and commercial premises.

Stormy and gale-force south wind blew in on the first night November and Dalmatia, and has brought problems, especially at sea, where it was strongest. Split the south more hours had an average storm speed, and struck the strongest they reached 112 km / h. South winks of the branches and trees. Strong tides, associated with low pressure cyclones, and high waves of the south, flooded the lower parts of the coast and are thus found under the sea Split Riva and many other parts of the city along the coast. Great damage was due south and a tidal wave of committed and on the peninsula.
Even windier than it was in Split Dalmatian islands. Lastovo is the strongest attack was 119 kilometers south / h, 115 km Palagruza / h, Mljet 116 km / h, and on the island of Vis recorded a gust of wind of up to 133 km / h.

And the next two days the atmosphere of Dalmatia was unstable, and were observed and recorded numerous waterspouth. 02/11/2012. waterspouth are formed over the Bay, and walked over the land at the marina in the Tower Štafiliću and then quickly fell apart. .
At least 15 watespouth and funnel-shaped cloud (funnel cloud) appeared in the mid-Saturday, 3rd November at the Dubrovnik area. None of them came to the bank nor threatened to ships at sea.

Satellite image Ladislav 31.10.2012

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The consequences of a tornado in eastern Istria 01.11.2012. (Photo: Glas Istre)

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Waterspouth in Kastela, 02/11/2012

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Dubrovnik, 3.11.2012. (foto: Dubrovnik Storm Chasers)

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Settling time after cyclone Ladislav did not last long . New cyclone from the Mediterranean , which we called Martha arrived at the turn of the fourth / fifth November and passed a lot of meteorological interest. Before the passage of the front with the colder air with afternoon coffee-party expressed 5th 11th began with a very high morning temperatures , especially in the interior . Thus, already at 6 am Daruvar , Sisak , Karlovac and Lipik measured as 21 ° C. Warmest that day was Paranoid with 26.5 ° C , which is a new temperature record for November. In most of the country's highest temperatures were above 20 ° C are reached in the morning and afternoon is quickly getting colder in Sisak , the temperature in one hour mid-day down to 14 ° C. She fell and heavy rain , most of Gorski Kotar ( Parg 91 liter )
With the enhanced southwest wind inside the Adriatic was blowing very south , and again there were problems with high tide in the northern and middle part . The lowest parts of Sibenik , Vodice , Zadar and Rijeka were again under the sea .

Cyclone Martha large amounts of rain brought in Slovenia. In much of northwestern Slovenia during the fourth and 5.11. fell to an extreme 400 liters of rain per square meter. Almost all the rivers in Slovenia are shed, including Soca, Sava, Idrijca. Floods have committed a lot of damage. Water wave from Slovenia and Austria was caught and northwestern parts of the Croatian, so it was flooded areas in Varazdin and Medjimurje County. Drava River spilled its banks in the village of Lovrecan Island in the municipality of particle and the evacuees. Two houses were completely destroyed. 7.12. Drava withdrew.

Another in a series of autumn cyclone, named Nadan visited us at the beginning of the second week in November Most of the rain fell on the northern Adriatic Sea (Krk 133 liters, 117 Mali Losinj, Rab 92, Senj 68, Zavizan 63 liters). Cyclone Nadan is Rijeka till morning 12:11. brought 47 liters of rain (total 52), make furniture is highly interesting because in autumn rainfall in Rijeka reached exactly 1,000 liters. By the end of the month fell more rain, and climatological autumn Rijeka passed in 1074 mm of precipitation, which is the second largest amount of rain fall. Until the record rainy autumn in Rijeka lacked only 8 mm of precipitation.
Cyclone Nadan's rain brought the northern half of the Adriatic, to Zadar, in Gorski Kotar and western parts of the interior. Dry be kept in Slavonia, and Dalmatia, south of Zadar.
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Re: Weather in Croatia:goodbye meteorological 2012

#239 Postby Crostorm » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:40 am

#14 December cyclone SAMUEL: record ZAGREB SNOW

Cyclone Samuel greater part of the country from 7th to 9th December brought winter with lots of snow in the interior, and Turns and north Adriatic. Cyclones and fronts in the course of Friday, 7.12. rapidly from northwest Europe via France descended toward the Mediterranean, over the Gulf of Genoa began to create a cyclone that will in the night from Friday 7.12. Saturday at 8:12. and during Saturday and bring abundant snow.
In Gorski Kotar and western parts of the interior of the snow began to fall 7.12. afternoon, and there it is in the interior of Istria, Rijeka and in the field. During the afternoon the snow was falling and the mountains in the vicinity.

Samuel cyclone during the night and Saturday morning buried large amounts of snow parts of our country . By morning 8:12 . most snow fell in the mountain areas , the central and northwestern parts of the interior , and the snow has fallen in Istria and the northern Adriatic .

Most abundant snow has fallen in Gorski Kotar . Bey Razdolje measure 86 cm , Sljeme 60 cm ( 27 cm new ) , Parg Èabar 58 cm ( 42 cm new ) , Crni Lug 53 cm ( 42 cm new ) , and Delnice measures 52 cm . Very abundant snow has fallen in the morning and in Zagreb . The station Zagreb Gri measure 38 cm , 22 cm Maksimir and Pleso 19 cm . Snow Turns the greater part of Istria and the northern Adriatic . Pazin measured 13 cm , 6 cm River , Copper 5 and Senj 2 cm .
At the Zagreb Gri has set a new record snow . 38 cm of snow had fallen as much in the morning , represents the largest increase in the amount of snow cover in one day in the long history of meteorological measurements at Grič (data on snow there since 1895th year ) . So far, the one-day record amount of snow fell on the 7th ožujka 1955th year , 34 cm . Including this snowy Saturday , in the past 118 years Grič only ten days in one day fell more than 25 inches of snow .

In parts of Zagreb fell more than half a meter of snow . Backfill Zagreb recorded and webcams weather stations in Mlinovi ( " Snowflake " ) . Time lapse video is the next day became a hit on the American meteorological portals

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Vnw5NN7OUk[/youtube]

Snow is in the interior continued to fall and throughout Saturday. At 19 o'clock on Grič measured 45cm of snow in Maksimir 41 cm and 40 cm at Pleso . Sljeme measured 70 cm of snow . Abundant snow has all day and covered in Gorski Kotar . Parga is a new fallen 26 cm , so the evening measured 84 cm .

In Dalmatia , which was located in the warm sector of the cyclone , heavy rain fell ( to 66 liters in Staševica in Vrgorac ) . In Dalmatia during the night was stormy south , and in the morning LEBIĆ and tramontane . In the evening , measured in 65 liters of rain . Abundant rain and it was in the south ( where there was no snow ) and the outer islands of the Northern Adriatic .

The snow fell followed a strong north wind , and they were frequent and blizzards and Blowing . storm , with hurricane strikes are spreading from the north Adriatic to Dalmatia. Bura and Snow created huge traffic problems ,
The strongest wind 8.12 . measured at the Krk Bridge , 212 km / h . On the Pag bridge was measured 184 km / h . In Dalmatia, Brela measures 133 km / h .

ZAGREB, 8.12.2012. - foto: Zvonimir Katančić

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Samuel cyclone during Sunday 9:12. quickly left our country. On that Sunday morning, a large part of Croatian dawned under snow, the snow is, except the mountains and plains and much of the interior of Istria, and the higher parts of Cres and Krk.
Most snow cyclone has passed Gorski Kotar, where the Sunday morning at 9:12. measured 54-68 cm of snow cover greater heights than those recorded before the cyclone, at the beginning of the weekend. Bey Razdolje even measure 118 cm. This cyclone Samuel Beg Razdolje brought 63 cm of fresh snow since Friday morning, measured 55 cm. Zavizan is measured 100 cm of snow (20 cm higher than Friday), Delnice 89 cm (66), Crni Lug Paklenica 81 cm (68), Parg Èabar 77 cm (54 cm). Sljeme measured 70 cm of snow,
In Dalmatia, on the coast and in its interior Samuel did not bring snow cover, although on the night of 8./9.12. snowflakes fluttered in Makarska. Sunday, 9:12. in Dalmatia was marked by stormy gale with frequent hurricane strikes, which besides the traffic problem and committed a lot of damage. Gust bora in Makarska amounted to 155 km / h. Bura is until the evening waned, and is strong only in the Dubrovnik area.
Snow high cm 09/12/2012. at 7 pm (MHS)
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White Croatia - Satellite image by NASA (12.09.2012.)

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After leaving the cyclone Samuel 9:12 Sunday night. on Monday, 12.10. In most parts of the country brought cheerfulness. With snow on the ground, inside the measured very low morning temperatures. By Croatian mountain valleys interspersed temperature dropped below -20 ° C. According to data from the network pljusak.com lowest temperature that morning was measured in Jelvica in Lika, even -20.6 ° C. Brinje had -19.6 ° C, Bjelolasica Zrnići -18.2 ° C, Stajnica -17.1 ° C, Nice -16.4 ° C. Among the other stations in the interior Pleso had -18 ° C, Pozega -17.7 ° C, Slavonski Brod -17 ° C, and Osijek Klis -16 ° C. According to figures from the MHS coldest with -18 ° C were Slavonski Brod and Zagreb Pleso, Osijek and Gospic Klis had -17 ° C and -15 ° C. Karlovac In the interior of Istria in Pazin measured -9 ° C

0n 12 december The minimum temperature in the entire interior was below -10 ° C, often below -15 ° C, and ii Lika below -20 ° C. The lowest temperature on a network of automatic stations pljusak.com were measured at stations in Lika. At the station Jelvica (Križpolje) at 6:45 pm the temperature dropped to -24.0 ° C. Brinje is a measure of -22.3 ° C, Stajnica -21.7 ° C, -19.6 ° C Nice, Cavan -19.5 ° C. And according to data MHS coldest was in Gorski Kotar, Lika. The temperature is in the Crni Lug Paklenica down to -21 ° C, -20 ° C. Otocac Slatina and Slavonski Brod are measured -19 ° C, Èakovec, Brestovac, Gospic and Varazdin -18 ° C, and Bednja Daruvar -17 ° C, Kopači Rit, Karlovac and Zagreb Maksimir -16 ° C. This morning inside "hottest" were Puntijarka to -10 ° C and Varazdin with -9 ° C. It was very cold in the interior of Istria (Pazin -8 ° C) and Dalmatia (Hrvace -10 ° C, Knin -9 ° C). Along the coast is a measure of -2 to 2 ° C.

Extremely low temperatures this morning are measured in Slovenia. At the famous Mrazište Babno field temperature was lowered to -27 ° C. Other temperatures below -20 ° C in Slovenia were: Zadlog, Great Bloke -26 ° C, the Topol Blokah -24 ° C, -23 ° C Plama, Iskrba -21 ° C, -20 ° C. Črnomelj

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Re: Weather in Croatia:Goodbye 2013

#240 Postby Crostorm » Thu Jan 02, 2014 7:01 am

Whish you all Happy New Year from Croatia

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