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View Poll Results: Rate this climate
A 1 9.09%
B 4 36.36%
C 4 36.36%
D 1 9.09%
E 1 9.09%
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Old 04-11-2024, 01:33 AM
 
Location: NSW
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Shoulder seasons aren't that short. If you want short, try somewhere like Turpan...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turpan#Climate
Temperatures there change by 10C per month in spring and fall.

Yakutsk and Yellowknife have even steeper transitions, but the fastest changes occur during months that would more accurately be described as early and late winter.

The 4-5C changes of Sanski Most are quite tame by comparison. Where I live, the temperatures change by about 7C/month during spring and fall, so Bosnia's transitions seem fairly gentle to me.
For a place with yearly means of 10-22C, or 50-72F, that’s probably the most brutal climate I’ve ever seen.
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Old 04-11-2024, 06:09 AM
 
Location: Syrmia, Northern Serbia, near 45 N
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Damn, that's crazy.
In February 1956 western Bosnia and central Croatia were stronger affected by epic cold wave than rest of Yugoslavia. Sanski Most had lower mean in that month than Sjenica (-10.5c vs -9.7c). In Kupres mean in Feb 1956 was fascinating -17c (av. low -20.6c / av. high -12.1c), and it was colder month in Kupres than the coldest month at peak Musala (2925 m) ever recorded. The coldest month at Musala since 1933 was -16c in Feb 1965. In Zagreb Msaksimir mean in Feb 1956 was -8.2c (av. low -13.7c / av. high -3.8c)
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Old 04-11-2024, 07:34 AM
 
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The coldest month on acerage ever recorded in Sanski Most was February 1956 with mean -10.5c (av. low was -15.5c and av. high -5.7c). The fact that Feb 1956 was for almost 13c coder than than average for Februry in 1991-2020 period is really fascinating.
C+ (almost B-)


Those February 1956 temps are like "normal" temps for January in places like
Minneapolis and Montreal....

I like the typical European "quicker" warm up....March average high already almost 14C

I don't like the less than 2000 average annual sunshine hours....
a bit too high precipitation....

Average annual temperature 11.3C ....about the same as Chicago or Windsor...
even with a warmer winter (due to cooler lows in Spring, Summer, and Fall).
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Old 04-11-2024, 10:34 AM
 
Location: Syrmia, Northern Serbia, near 45 N
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C+ (almost B-)


Those February 1956 temps are like "normal" temps for January in places like
Minneapolis and Montreal....

I like the typical European "quicker" warm up....March average high already almost 14C

I don't like the less than 2000 average annual sunshine hours....
a bit too high precipitation....

Average annual temperature 11.3C ....about the same as Chicago or Windsor...
even with a warmer winter (due to cooler lows in Spring, Summer, and Fall).
In the Balkans and most of central Europe average about -10c in the coldest month is at altitude of around 3000 m.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musala#Climate
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zugspitze#Climate

In Romania about -10c as average in the coldest month is at around 2500 m, because Romania is more under the influence of cold air from Russia in winter period.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omu_Peak#Climate

In western Europe -10c as average in the coldest month would be probably at around 4000 m.

Europe in general has mild winters in comparison with North America and Central/East Asia due to Gulf Stream and lack of wide continental masses.
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Old 04-11-2024, 11:01 AM
 
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In the Balkans and most of central Europe average about -10c in the coldest month is at altitude of around 3000 m.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musala#Climate
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zugspitze#Climate

In Romania about -10c as average in the coldest month is at around 2500 m, because Romania is more under the influence of cold air from Russia in winter period.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omu_Peak#Climate

In western Europe -10c as average in the coldest month would be probably at around 4000 m.

Europe in general has mild winters in comparison with North America and Central/East Asia due to Gulf Stream and lack of wide continental masses.
Yes, Romania can get quite cold temps....record low for Bucharest is -32.2C
Toronto record cold temp is -32.8C....both are at about 44N
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