It is hot in Europe. In Hungary it was up to 18 degrees, in Bratislava 16 – World – News

In Hungary up to 18 degrees Celsius, in Bratislava more than 16, in Britain temperatures exceeded 15 degrees. The warm season is not over yet.

, , 31.12.2021 21:26

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Even such a non-traditional temperature could be seen by Bratislava residents on an outdoor thermometer on December 31, 2021.

It was really hot in the southwest of Slovakia. According to the Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute (SHMÚ), the temperature in Bratislava – Ivanka reached 16.2 degrees Celsius. In Gabčík’s temperature, it jumped to 15.9 degrees Celsius and above 15 degrees also in Kuchyna or Hurbanov. On the other side of the country it was cold again, in Košice the temperature was around two degrees Celsius, in Prešov there was not so much.

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In the southern Spanish city of Granada, they measured over 23 degrees Celsius, ie four degrees higher than the previous temperature record in 2015. Unusually high temperatures also prevail in France, Germany, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Records were falling in Hungary

Temperatures in Budapest and elsewhere in Hungary reached record highs on December 31st. In the village of Fertőrákos near Sopron, they measured 18 degrees Celsius, which is the highest recorded value in Hungary for this day. The National Meteorological Service informed about it on Facebook.

The previous record in this area was 16.5 degrees Celsius. This temperature was measured in Sopron 101 years ago.

Historical tables were rewritten on Friday at almost a dozen Hungarian meteorological stations. They also recorded a new temperature maximum in Budapest – 15.4 degrees Celsius. The record was set in 2002, when it was 14 degrees in the capital, writes the MTI agency.

Hungarian meteorologists expect similar weather for the New Year and do not rule out new temperature records. So far, the warmest meteorologically recorded New Year in Hungary was in 1921. The highest value comes again from Sopron: 15.3 degrees Celsius. It was 13 degrees in Budapest at that time.

Britain sa potia

The United Kingdom experienced its warmest New Year’s Eve since records began on Friday. According to preliminary data, the air temperature in the east of England reached 15.3 degrees Celsius, according to Sky News.

The country’s highest temperature recorded on December 31 was 14.8 degrees Celsius and was measured in Colwyn Bay, Wales in 2011.

However, at 11 a.m. local time, a temperature of 14.9 degrees Celsius was confirmed in the village of Ryehill in East Yorkshire – and shortly thereafter in the village of Coningsby in neighboring Lincolnshire, 15.3 degrees Celsius, the British Meteorological Office said.

According to the office, air temperatures in the country will continue to rise during the day and then fall slightly during the night as Britain celebrates the start of the new year 2022.

On Thursday, temperatures in the country rose to about 15.5 degrees Celsius.

‘One-year’ temperatures in the Czech Republic

This year’s New Year’s Eve is one of the three warmest in the Czech Republic in the last 100 years, according to the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI). Temperatures have climbed above 15 degrees Celsius, writes the news portal

In the North Bohemian town of Děčín and in České Budějovice in the south of the country, they measured 15.3 degrees Celsius on Friday, and there were also more than 15 degrees in Teplice, where they recorded 15.2 degrees.

“In the past, the temperature only rose above 15 degrees Celsius in 1925 and 1935, when the highest New Year’s Eve temperature of 16.3 degrees Celsius was measured in Hradec Králové,” said meteorologists.

New Year’s Eve temperatures on Friday set records in many places. “130 out of 158 stations that have been measuring for at least 30 years, ie 82 percent, recorded a record maximum temperature on December 31,” added meteorologists.

For the New Year, according to the CHMI forecast, it will be cloudy to cloudy with rain showers and temperatures can rise during the day up to 14 degrees Celsius.

The United Kingdom experienced its warmest New Year’s Eve since the start of record keeping on Friday. According to preliminary data, the air temperature in the east of England reached 15.3 degrees Celsius. The country’s highest temperature recorded on December 31 was 14.8 degrees Celsius and was measured in Colwyn Bay, Wales in 2011.

The French have several records

According to the French Meteorological Service, this week was the warmest between Christmas and New Year’s Eve since 1947. Several temperature records fell on Thursday, for example in the village of Montfort-sur-Argens, which measured almost 24 degrees. Up to 26 degrees in Toulouse are expected for the New Year due to the flow of warm air from Spain.

Some lower ski resorts in Alsace and Lorraine, for example, had to shut down due to high temperatures, France Bleu said. The western and part of the Italian Alps have also been facing unusually high temperatures for several days. In some winter resorts, 15 to 16 degrees are also expected over the New Year’s weekend. Due to the deteriorating snow cover of the mountain service in France and Italy, they issued warnings of increased avalanche danger.

According to the Spanish meteorological service Aemet, Friday’s temperatures corresponded to roughly the April average. Compared to previous New Year’s Eve days, they are five to ten degrees higher. At Madrid airport, the temperature rose to 17 degrees on Friday, the temperature record in the capital of 1979 was 15 degrees. But it was warmest in the south of the country with temperatures of up to 25 degrees. High temperatures, up to 15 degrees above the long-term average, are also expected for the New Year.

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