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Old 04-01-2024, 08:59 PM
 
Location: Centre Wellington, ON
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January 2024
February 2024
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Old 04-01-2024, 09:18 PM
 
Location: Centre Wellington, ON
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Very warm start to the month, breaking the record for earliest 65F temperature ever by hitting 66.7F on March 4. Previously, the warmest temperature attained this early in the year was just 60.1F. March 5 also broke a daily record. The second half of the month was cooler and near average though.

Well above average overall, the 4th such month in a row.
Dec: 7.2F above 2003-2024 avg
Jan: 4.9F above 2004-2024 avg
Feb: 9.7F above 2004-2024 avg
Mar: 6.5F above 2004-2024 avg

A bit dry, but still had snow in spite of the warmth, most of which fell on the 22nd and had high snow:liquid ratios.


Slightly cloudier than average, with sunshine and cloudy weather fairly evenly distributed across the month.
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Old 04-02-2024, 04:37 AM
 
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Excellent March to be doing my Southeast US weather monitoring.

Across the board it was decidedly above normal (even to the point where nontropical March areas had a tropical March) for excellent heat monitoring, and the vast majority of the places I monitor were also frost-free which will give lots of good January and February last frosts. Plus there was a healthy soaking of rain for several places which I appreciate monitoring as well because it helps prevent or eliminate drought.
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Old 04-02-2024, 04:43 AM
 
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Above normal on temps and got a bail out on rain near the end of the month so about normal rain.
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Old 04-02-2024, 02:44 PM
 
Location: Trondheim, Norway - 63 N
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March 2024 in Trondheim and Norway: First month since June 2023 to be well above normal wrt temperature, and at the same time very dry, only 5 mm precipitation here. Also sunniest place in Norway in March.

March 2024

Trondheim Airport Værnes (12 m)
Monthly mean: 3.7°C (+2.7C)
Avg daily high: 7.8°C
Avg low: -0.1°C
Abs high: 14.6°C
Abs low: -6.1°C
Precip: 5.1 mm (8%)
Precip days (1 mm or more): 1
Sunhours: 181.2 (Trondheim-Gløshaugen)


For Norway as a whole, temperature was 1.9°C above normal. It was wet in the south and particularly southeast (Oslo region) and very dry in mid-Norway (Trondheim area) and also further north. Tafjord had a mean of 6.7°C, the second warmest March mean in Norway (only 6.8 at one station in 2012 is warmer).

A few places:

Oslo-Blindern (94 m)
Monthly mean: 2.7°C (+1.4C)
Avg daily high: 5.5°C
Avg low: 0.7°C
Abs high: 12.2°C
Abs low: -4.7°C
Precip: 98.3 mm (240 %)
Precip days (1 mm or more): 15
Sunhours: 92.7


Stavanger-Våland (72 m)
Monthly mean: 5.4°C (+1.8C)
Avg daily high: 8.3°C
Avg low: 3°C
Abs high: 14.2°C
Abs low: -1.2°C (very little cold there)
Precip: 129.6 mm (139 %)
Precip days (1 mm or more): 13
Sunhours: 97.7 (Bergen airport)


Bodø Airport (16 m)
Monthly mean: 1.7°C (+1.5C)
Avg daily high: 4.2°C
Avg low: -0.6°C
Abs high: 8.8°C
Abs low: -4.9°C
Precip: 35.4 mm (44 %)
Precip days (1 mm or more): 6
Sunhours: no data


Karasjok (131 m)
Monthly mean: -5.9°C (+2.2C)
Avg daily high: -0.9C
Avg low: -11.1°C
Abs high: 4.5°C
Abs low: -31.5°C (brrrr)
Precip: 24.8 mm (131 %)
Precip days (1 mm or more): 7
Sunhours: 112.3
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Old 04-02-2024, 07:17 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires and La Plata, ARG
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Buenos Aires, Central Station, March 2024
(1991-2020 normals)

Monthly mean: 22,9°C (+0.9°C)
Avg daily high: 27,4°C (+0.4°C)
Avg low: 19,2°C (+1.5°C)
Precip: 329.1 mm (+211.7 mm)
Precip days (no Ip): 10 (+2)



El Niño exploding, it was a mosquito's fest.

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Old 04-02-2024, 07:58 PM
 
Location: Centre Wellington, ON
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Buenos Aires, Central Station, March 2024
(1991-2020 normals)

Monthly mean: 22,9°C (+0.9°C)
Avg daily high: 27,4°C (+0.4°C)
Avg low: 19,2°C (+1.5°C)
Precip: 329.1 mm (+211.7 mm)
Precip days (no Ip): 10 (+2)



El Niño exploding, it was a mosquito's fest.
Wow, that's a lot of rain for Buenos Aires. Your average rainfall amounts are not that much higher than mine (56-97mm per month here), but I think the most we've had in a single month was around 200mm.
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Old 04-02-2024, 08:24 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires and La Plata, ARG
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Wow, that's a lot of rain for Buenos Aires. Your average rainfall amounts are not that much higher than mine (56-97mm per month here), but I think the most we've had in a single month was around 200mm.
It was the 2nd wettest March on record (1st was March of 1988 with 476,6mm, also the abs. wettest month in the modern location -since 1906-, because there is a ~500mm on 1900 from an older observatory station of the city), and wettest month overall since February 2010 (421mm). It was about time after years on end of La Niña!

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Old 04-03-2024, 01:38 PM
 
Location: Dayton OH
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^^^ All of that rainfall in Buenos Aires area kept the average high temperatures at a mild level. I can only imagine how bad the mosquitos have been with all of the water and flat land in the region. I took a boat trip around the Parana River delta from Tigre (over 50 years ago!) and remember that there were plenty of bugs flying around, but that was during a relatively dry month.
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Old 04-09-2024, 11:19 AM
 
Location: Zagreb
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March was another very warm month, in fact, the second warmest on record for Zagreb. #1 for the eastern parts of the country.
Decently wetter than average too.

Haven't posted a February summary here, but this February was the warmest on record by far for the whole country.

Crazy anomalies for this February (1991-2020):




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