What will the weather be like over the last days of January?
Paolo Saracino last edited by Paolo Saracino
Much of Europe will experience an above average temperatures as we can see the picture below.
Bear in mind that:
- Blue areas mean colder than normal
- White areas mean about around average temperatures
- Red / Orange areas mean warmer than normal
Therefore, a high pressure system will set over most of Europe, bringing milder mass air.
It seems that January is going to say to us hello that way, up to 4-10 degrees above average at about 1500 metres over the sea level.
Something might change drastically from February 5th, even though there are still lots of uncertainties
From Lecce, Apulia, Italy. Follow me on Twitter
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by Gkikas LGPZ
halcyon days! (=Period of calm during the winter, when storms do not occur.)
@Gkikas-LGPZ hello 👋🏻. Honestly, in Italy, where I live, these days should be the coldest one of the year, but there is smell of Spring, instead 😅
Gkikas LGPZ last edited by
A cold outbreak will affect central Europe, the Balkans and the Mediterranean next week.
@Gkikas-LGPZ Exactly! As I wrote earlier in the article, a significant cold wave might reach lower altitudes, including Italy too. I’ve just had a look at the last GFS update, and it seems that some snowfall might fall over Apulia, where I live. It would be fantastic 😅👍🏻. Well, now we’ve got to wait, run by run, before making a weather forecast 🤞
This trough of cold air was expected few days ago more West. With a promise of snow. But slowly, day after day, run after run, the wave has drifted to the East. And you get it !
Live from South Apulia, along the Ionian coast. That is the result of a high pressure: it seems spring, unbelievable
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Il cambio climatico è sempre più presente