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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 04/01/2020 at 16:35, Perlecano said:

    In Northern Italy (especially Northwestern regions) also the Epiphany of 2009 had a major snowfall (very important event, with 40 cm approximately in Milan and something more in other places). They could have been more, unless the freezing rain (because of the humid and warm "sirocco" that caused a warming till above zero of the air column over the soil, while the lower layers remained below 0 °C or at least around zero) that occurred from the night between January 6th and 7th.

     

    On 01/01/2020 at 10:19, Josh Romano said:

    Happy 2020 to all! Here are the temperatures recorded at the Roman College (central Rome) in all New Years from 2001 to 2019. Note that statistically New Year's day is much colder than Christmas in Rome!
    01.01.2001 + 4.3 ° / + 11.2 °
    01.01.2002 -1.1 ° / + 7.9 °
    01.01.2003 + 7.5 ° / + 14.5 °
    01.01.2004 + 7.0 ° / + 14.1 °
    01.01.2005 + 6.1 ° / + 14.2 °
    01.01.2006 + 5.1 ° / + 9.9 °
    01.01.2007 + 2.1 ° / + 12.6 °
    01.01.2008 + 6.9 ° / + 13.0 °
    01.01.2009 + 1.9 ° / + 9.1 °
    01.01.2010 + 10.0 ° / + 15.4 °
    01.01.2011 + 5.1 ° / + 12.7 °
    01.01.2012 + 2.5 ° / + 12.0 °
    01.01.2013 + 7.2 ° / + 12.8 °
    01.01.2014 + 6.9 ° / + 13.4 °
    01.01.2015 -3.2 ° / + 7.2 °
    01.01.2016 + 9.0 ° / + 14.1 °
    01.01.2017 + 2.1 ° / + 10.8 °
    01.01.2018 + 6.0 ° / + 13.2 °
    01.01.2019 + 5.4 ° / + 11.9 °

    The strongly anti-cyclonic phase continues in Italy (but not only in Italy), apart from some weak Atlantic interference in the coming days, limited to northern Italy and Sardinia. However, it is not an extremely mild January, unlike, for example, January 2018, as there are thermal inversions in many lowland areas. The models reveal a change in the third decade, with the arrival of a possible cold / freezing wave, more noticeable on the Adriatic regions.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 24/12/2019 at 16:32, Perlecano said:

    thanks @Norrance :)

    January continues on the path of mildness, indeed it does so with more conviction: while in the first half of the month thermal inversions prevailed, the second half seems to see the prevalence of mild and rainy Atlantic currents, in the absence of real cold waves. The hottest period started in June 2019 also continues in Italy.

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  • Location: Medway - 125m ASL
  • Weather Preferences: Hot summers, snowy winters and thunderstorms!
  • Location: Medway - 125m ASL

    Welcome Perlecano. Beautiful part of the world, spent some time around Lake Lugano and it was so beautiful.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 19/01/2020 at 10:53, Josh Romano said:

    January continues on the path of mildness, indeed it does so with more conviction: while in the first half of the month thermal inversions prevailed, the second half seems to see the prevalence of mild and rainy Atlantic currents, in the absence of real cold waves. The hottest period started in June 2019 also continues in Italy.

    In the third decade of January mildness increased, due to south-western currents. This January will close with a higher anomaly than expected, around + 1 on 81/10. Since June 2019 no month in Italy has had an anomaly less than 1 ° on this thirty-year average.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 12/01/2020 at 13:15, Josh Romano said:

     

    The strongly anti-cyclonic phase continues in Italy (but not only in Italy), apart from some weak Atlantic interference in the coming days, limited to northern Italy and Sardinia. However, it is not an extremely mild January, unlike, for example, January 2018, as there are thermal inversions in many lowland areas. The models reveal a change in the third decade, with the arrival of a possible cold / freezing wave, more noticeable on the Adriatic regions.

    Unfortunately at the moment there are no signs of a turn in favor of the cold; indeed, from Monday the temperatures will be even higher, first in the north, later in the center and in the south, with peaks of 23/24 degrees on the Adriatic coast, due to the favonic effect. Some monthly records could also drop (many date back to February 2014 in the areas I mentioned).

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  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)
  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)

    Today (February 3rd) some highest temperature records for the first half of February could be beaten in the western regions of Italy, especially in Piedmont, where many peaks well above 20 °C (and not far from 25 °C, in particular in Cuneo province) are expected.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    10 hours ago, Perlecano said:

    Today (February 3rd) some highest temperature records for the first half of February could be beaten in the western regions of Italy, especially in Piedmont, where many peaks well above 20 °C (and not far from 25 °C, in particular in Cuneo province) are expected.

     

    On 29/01/2020 at 16:51, Josh Romano said:

    Unfortunately at the moment there are no signs of a turn in favor of the cold; indeed, from Monday the temperatures will be even higher, first in the north, later in the center and in the south, with peaks of 23/24 degrees on the Adriatic coast, due to the favonic effect. Some monthly records could also drop (many date back to February 2014 in the areas I mentioned).

     

    The days of today and tomorrow could see some monthly heat records beaten ... despite we are only in the first decade of the month. Locally, in the major islands, it could exceed 24 °. Yesterday there were temperatures from late spring in the south of France.

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  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)
  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)

    incredible temperatures in western Italy today (3rd February).

    Piedmont: Turin makes history. The previous record high for the city airport was 1.9 °C lower than that reached today (24.8 °C in 1990/02/15; now 26.7). Also Cuneo Levaldigi destroyed the previous monthly record by several degrees (27.0 °C today).

    Sardinia: 27.0 at Capo Bellavista (official weather station): previous record beaten by more than 2 degrees.

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  • Location: Erith. SE London/kent 40m asl
  • Weather Preferences: Winter Snow, extreme weather, mainly sunny mild summers though.
  • Location: Erith. SE London/kent 40m asl

    When I saw them 27c temps in  Piedmont yesterday I simply couldn't believe it, in mid winter! Those temps would be more likely in mid summer in places like Cuneo, I mean there's usually snow there at this time of the year....Truly shocking.

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  • Location: Erith. SE London/kent 40m asl
  • Weather Preferences: Winter Snow, extreme weather, mainly sunny mild summers though.
  • Location: Erith. SE London/kent 40m asl
    8 hours ago, Don said:

    The records just keep tumbling.

    This is what Cuneo is usually like in Winter....?

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    2 minutes ago, snowray said:

    When I saw them 27c temps in  Piedmont yesterday I simply couldn't believe it, in mid winter! Those temps would be more likely in mid summer in places like Cuneo, I mean there's usually snow there at this time of the year....Truly shocking.

     

    3 minutes ago, snowray said:

    When I saw them 27c temps in  Piedmont yesterday I simply couldn't believe it, in mid winter! Those temps would be more likely in mid summer in places like Cuneo, I mean there's usually snow there at this time of the year....Truly shocking.

    The north-west of Italy is the area of southern Europe that has warmed most in this part of the century. Quite similar temperatures occurred in the very mild January 2007.

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  • Location: Erith. SE London/kent 40m asl
  • Weather Preferences: Winter Snow, extreme weather, mainly sunny mild summers though.
  • Location: Erith. SE London/kent 40m asl
    38 minutes ago, Josh Romano said:

     

    The north-west of Italy is the area of southern Europe that has warmed most in this part of the century. Quite similar temperatures occurred in the very mild January 2007.

    I imagine that it's due to the foehn winds up that way.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    3 minutes ago, snowray said:

    I imagine that it's due to the foehn winds up that way.

     

    Yes, but the mass of air was very hot for the period and the thermal at altitude was worthy of late spring

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 04/02/2020 at 10:38, Josh Romano said:

     

    Yes, but the mass of air was very hot for the period and the thermal at altitude was worthy of late spring

    February continues to be very mild: there is no trace of relevant cold actions and at this point this winter could be the hottest post-war period in Italy or the second hottest.

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  • Location: Glyn Ceiriog. 197m ASL
  • Weather Preferences: Snow in winter, good sun at other times with appropriate rain.
  • Location: Glyn Ceiriog. 197m ASL
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    Meanwhile in Norway, heavy heavy snow....

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 16/02/2020 at 10:53, snefnug said:
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    Meanwhile in Norway, heavy heavy snow....

    The city of Aosta, in the northwest of Italy and at a hilly altitude, yesterday recorded the absurd temperature of 26 degrees, setting its new monthly record! This hot winter is coming to an end, we will see if it was the hottest of the Italian historical series.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 04/02/2020 at 10:33, snowray said:

    I imagine that it's due to the foehn winds up that way.

     

    February 2020 was the hottest, beating February 2016. From June 2019 to February 2020 no Italian month had an anomaly on the thirty-year average used below 1 ° but the most above average were precisely June and February.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 03/02/2020 at 00:15, Perlecano said:

    Today (February 3rd) some highest temperature records for the first half of February could be beaten in the western regions of Italy, especially in Piedmont, where many peaks well above 20 °C (and not far from 25 °C, in particular in Cuneo province) are expected.

    Unfortunately, also March is not deviating from the strong positive anomalies of the last few months (let's say substantially since June 2019), except in the north-west of Italy, where in this case they are more reduced.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 13/03/2020 at 10:47, Josh Romano said:

    Unfortunately, also March is not deviating from the strong positive anomalies of the last few months (let's say substantially since June 2019), except in the north-west of Italy, where in this case they are more reduced.

    This hot March continues, especially in the center and south. But the models predict a significant cold action on the weekend.

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  • Location: Edinburgh
  • Location: Edinburgh

    Quite a significant cold spell looking increasingly likely, especially for the Adriatic coast and northern italy. Whilst snow along the coasts is currently looking unlikely, if confirmed light snow would be possible on low ground along the Prealps due to stau effect as the winds turn east. 

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 19/03/2020 at 17:18, edinburgh_1992 said:

    Quite a significant cold spell looking increasingly likely, especially for the Adriatic coast and northern italy. Whilst snow along the coasts is currently looking unlikely, if confirmed light snow would be possible on low ground along the Prealps due to stau effect as the winds turn east. 

    This very mild March will now see a sharp drop in temperature, especially in the Adriatic regions, with fully winter temperatures.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 19/03/2020 at 17:18, edinburgh_1992 said:

    Quite a significant cold spell looking increasingly likely, especially for the Adriatic coast and northern italy. Whilst snow along the coasts is currently looking unlikely, if confirmed light snow would be possible on low ground along the Prealps due to stau effect as the winds turn east. 

    The third decade of March has been rather cold, especially in the Adriatic regions. Therefore, the month of March in Italy will close around + 0.5 ° / + 0.7 ° above the 81/10 average, since the first two decades have been warm.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 31/03/2020 at 10:39, Josh Romano said:

    The third decade of March has been rather cold, especially in the Adriatic regions. Therefore, the month of March in Italy will close around + 0.5 ° / + 0.7 ° above the 81/10 average, since the first two decades have been warm.

    On Friday the cold phase ended, particularly intense for the period, especially in the Adriatic regions. From today, an anticyclonic comeback from the southwest has started, which will lead to high temperatures in the northern regions in the coming days.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 05/04/2020 at 18:34, Josh Romano said:

    On Friday the cold phase ended, particularly intense for the period, especially in the Adriatic regions. From today, an anticyclonic comeback from the southwest has started, which will lead to high temperatures in the northern regions in the coming days.

    Happy Easter to all! It is a warm Easter in Italy, meteorologically, especially in the north. Perhaps only on Easter 2007 did we have similar values. From tomorrow, however, temperatures will drop temporarily.

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