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Άλλη μία καταιγίδα σημειώθηκε στη Θεσσαλονίκη χθες το βράδυ (16/6/2020). Δείτε τα videos και χρονογραφήματα του northmeteo.

 

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Σε πολλές περιοχές της πόλης και του νομού το ύψος βροχής ξεπέρασε τα 10mm, ενώ συνολικά πλέον για το μήνα Ιούνιο τα ύψη βροχής που έχουν σημειωθεί είναι έως και διπλάσια του μέσο όρου βάσει της κλιματολογίας της Θεσσαλονίκης. Πιο συγκεκριμένα, στο Ανατολικό Θεσσαλονίκης σημειώθηκαν 8mm, στην περιοχή Λευκού Πύργου 12mm, στην Άνω Τούμπα 14mm και στην Κηφισιά 4mm βροχής μέσα σε διάστημα περίπου 15′. Να σημειωθεί ότι στο Λευκοχώρι (ευρύτερη περιοχή Λαχανά) το ύψος βροχής ξεπέρασε τα 50mm συνολικά μέσα στη μέρα, καθώς σημειώθηκαν περισσότερα από ένα επεισόδια καταιγίδας από το μεσημέρι και μετά.

Σύμφωνα με το lightningmaps.org περισσότερες από 1000 ηλεκτρικές εκκενώσεις σημειώθηκαν στην περιοχή της κεντρικής Μακεδονίας μέσα σε λιγότερο από 3 ώρες.

 

Ο φακός του Northmeteo δεν θα έχανε ένα τέτοιο επεισόδιο καταιγίδας. Τα πρώτα δύο βίντεο που ακολουθούν είναι χρονογραφήματα από τις κάμερες Πυλαίας και Λευκού Πύργου , ενώ το τρίτο είναι μία σύνθεση πλάνων από την Κάτω Τούμπα:

 

 

 

Obviously spring is a season of unsettled weather with ups and downs. However, this spring seems to follow almost strictly wintry or summer patterns.

 

In the satellite image you may observe snow covered Scandinavia and African dust over southeast Europe.

 

You may see the current observations in Thessaloniki HERE.

During the last week, extreme weather was observed across Europe forming a weather dipole between north and south countries. Snowfalls occurred in Scandinavia and Russia, while an unusual heat wave for the season took place in Greece.

In particular, the temperature in northern Europe was observed to be in general higher than the average for May by 8-10°C (without breaking any record). However, negative temperatures were observed in many places (e.g. in Stockholm the temperature dropped to -2°C ον 14/5/2020). In the following chart you may see temperature deviations from the temperature average of this season on 16/5/2020. It should be highlighted that the entire week (11-17/5/2020) the situation was more or less in the same pattern.

 

 

In contrast, in the southeast corner of Europe, we observed the highest temperatures ever for the month of May. In Athens and Thessaloniki (two biggest cities in Greece) the temperatures reached the extreme highest values for this month (36°C and 33°C respectively). The highest ever temperature for May was recoerded in southern Greece, in Sparta, where the weather station recorded a highest value of slightly above than 40°C.

The following videos showing this weather contrast over Europe. The first three videos come from Russia and Norway:

 

In contrast, Greeks searched for a cool place by the sea close by the large urban regions. The first video is from Epanomi (Thessaloniki) and the second from Vouliagmeni (Athens):

Snowfalls, heavy at places, occurred last Thursday (27/2/2020) over region of north and central Europe. Watch the videos found on youtube!

A short passage of snowfalls observed last Thursday (27/2/2020) in north and central Europe. Let’s watch some videos uploaded on youtube by weather fans!

 

Let’s start from Scotland:

 

 

Next stop is Yorkshire in NE England:

 

Going down to the Midlands of England. Snow fell even in places of northern London. The next two videos come from Bedford and Luton:

 

Finally, heavy snow occurred in regions of Germany. The following videos are from Munich:

Impressive snowfalls occurred in northern regions of Iran last Sunday (19/1/2020). Watch these amazing videos.

 

Severe snowfall occurred during last Sunday’s night (19/1/2020) in Masshad of northern Iran. The city is located on an elevation of around 600m.

Courtesy of Arab Storms.

 

 

Earlier, impressive snowfall was observed in Tehran. The altitude of the capital of Iran is located on 2000 meters of altitude:

North Iceland is affected by severe snowfalls today (10/12/2019) and till early Thursday. The scenery is almost spooky.

 

Impressive pictures coming from Iceland weather cameras, while a brave man goes out driving into the snow. At some places snow depth is expected to exceed 150 cm!

 

Here are some print-screens from the live weather cameras in northern Iceland:

 

Here you can visit the livestreaming cameras:

http://213.167.146.196:8150/en/mjpgmain.asp

https://www.skidalvik.is/is/skidasvaedi/vefmyndavelar

https://www.livefromiceland.is/webcams/akureyri/

 

More cameras you may visit here:

https://www.extremeiceland.is/en/multimedia/iceland-through-webcams

Heavy snowfalls occurred in north Italy during the last days. The Italian Alps were buried in a snow layer of more than 1.5 meters at places.

Although October and November are the most humid months of the year for Italy, this year the precipitation heights reached record values.

Severe snowfalls started in the Italian Alps on 15th November covering surfaces with a 1.5 meters-thick layer of fresh snow.

 

The accomodation Madonna di Campiglio is buried in snow. A similar situation is presented in the lake Pragser Wildsee and the town Cuneo.

 

 

People shared loads of videos and pictures of the heavy snowfall in the region on tweeter:

 

https://twitter.com/i/status/1195347981651914753

 

Meanwhile, heavy rain occurred in Trento, where finally turned into snow. The snow depth reached 0.8-1.2 meters. According to the local authorities, there are disruptions in the local road network.

The phenomena will persist until Tuesday (19/11/2019).

 

Source: sputniknews

Many regions mostly in south got white in the morning (1/2/2019) as we inform you HERE yesterday. Beautiful pictures are coming from facebook, instagram and youtube.

 

Let’s start with a timelapse from Princetown in west Devon:

 

Now, let’s move to Bristol:

 

Next stop is Brighton:

 

Cardiff is once again white for second consecutive year:

 

London dressed in white as well. Pictures illustrate south London:

 

And these from central areas of the city:

 

Same situation for Oxford (1st picture) and Reading:

 

We also found nice pictures on UKWeatherEnthousiasts:

In Kent

 

In Taunton:

 

Winter has come in northern US and Canada. In the present article we present six videos that summarise the wintry conditions in these regions during the last week.

 

During the last week, winter has come in the northern corner of America with snowfalls and cold temperatures. This is not that awkward for this period of the year. This situation is linked with the fairly mild weather in Europe. As winter in Europe is still wanted, let’s have a look at the following videos in order to get into wintry mood:

 

Ontario, Canada – 29/10/2018

 

Denver, Colorado, 30/10/2018

 

Trinidad, Colorado –  31/10/2018

 

Montreal, Quebec – 3/11/2018

 

Eisenhower-Johnson Tunnel, Colorado –  3/11/2018

 

North Wisconsin – 4/11/2018

NORWAY SNOW OCTOBER 2018

Early snow has been observed in NE England, Norway, Austria and Russia today (27/10/2018) and/or yesterday (26/10/2018). Let’s look at some photos from these regions.

Fairly cold conditions are observed in Scandinavia and northern Russia. Cold air masses moved yesterday and today towards western Europe affecting the weather in these regions with wintry conditions and snow.

Certainly early snow for Newcastle and generally Durhamshire this year:

This is a frame of the temperatures across the UK at 8am local time (see live maps here):

 

Snow in Norway (Lofotenn) is not news for this time of year, but it is still a nice picture:

 

Same for Austria (Mittelberg at 1200m altitude):

 

Finally, yesterday (26/10/2018) Moscow recorded the first snow day for this season:

 

The photos come from members in our greek facebook group and, thus, there is an uncertainty of the source of them. We declare that we do not own any of the pictures of the present article.

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