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Old 06-07-2012, 05:13 AM
 
Location: London
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Originally Posted by nei View Post
This graphic shows warm events have become more common than cold events in recent decades, at least in the US:



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Climate Change : Heads and Tails: Still thinking about Spring 2012 | Weather Underground
Here in the UK, the tide started to turn in the late '80s too, with warm events becoming increasingly common since then, although I'd be interested to see what effect the last (relatively cool) few years have had so far.
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Old 11-28-2020, 09:19 PM
 
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Wasnt sure where to put this. Maybe Moderator can move it to correct thread.

June 3, 2012

Winter Hits during Swedens Summer

Winter Hits Europe – Stockholm Has Coldest Day in 84 Years! Sweden Coldest Temperature In 20 Years!


Winter pounds Sweden – and it’s summer!

Parts of Europe are being gripped by unusual cold, even though the calendar says it’s meteorological summer. Now children in Sweden are finding out what snow is like – in June! Strangest warming I’ve ever seen.
The English language The Local here writes that “Stockholm broke an 84-year-old cold record on Saturday, as the capital’s temperature only reached 6 degrees Celsius, the lowest June maximum daily temperature the city has seen since 1928.”
Indeed, you could be excused for thinking that the current chill is more like winter than summer. It was actually colder in the capital yesterday than on Christmas Eve. ‘The temperature was a degree lower than it was at Christmas in Stockholm, so it is colder. And it’s windier, too,’ said SMHI’s meteorologist Lisa Frost to newspaper Dagens Nyheter.”
Just two days ago The Local here reported that snow blanketed northern parts.
Residents in northern Sweden were forced to grab shovels rather than sun lotion on what was supposed to be the first day of summer, as much of the region was left covered in a thick blanket of snow on Friday. As much as 20 centimetres of thick, wet snow fell in parts of Västerbotten County, giving residents quite a shock when they woke up Friday morning.”
The mercury also dropped to minus 6 degrees Celsius in one town, making it the coldest June Sweden recording in 20 years. The Local adds:
The weather agency forecasts that the first weekend in June will feel more like the start of winter than the start of summer.”
That picture is from a blizzard that occurred in Asheville, North Carolina I believe.
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Old 12-06-2020, 01:01 PM
 
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6°C in June is sheer horror. I could never live anywhere further north than Paris.
Denver can see 6ºC (or even 0ºC once in a few decades) in early June as a low, but then 35ºC (or even 40ºC once in a few decades) is also possible as a high later... the joy of living in a continental climate.

And this is well south of Paris... 39ºN.
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