Russia Experience the Warmest November in the History of Meteorological Observations since 1891 (Roshydromet)

Russia Experience the Warmest November in the History of Meteorological Observations since 1891 (Roshydromet)

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17 December 2013
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All meteorological stations of Russia in November, 2013 recorded the average temperature above normal for period 1961-1991. 

In November weather was unusually warm in the most part of Russia. Only in the first ten days in the certain areas of Siberia, Yakutia and in the northern part of the Far East it was colder than usual when frosts amplified to – 40 ºC. A lot of the maximum temperature records were registered all over Russia, absolute maxima for November were updated in many parts. November in Russia has become the warmest for all history of meteorological supervision since 1891.

Temperature anomalies, November 2013

Average anomaly in a month made almost 5º, in the certain regions of Ural, the South of Siberia, in Khabarovsk territory and on the Arctic islands in the Kara Sea anomalies of average monthly temperature exceeded 8 … 9º. In the Urals, Altai and in the south of the Far East it was the warmest November in the history, in the Volga region – the second one, and in the north of the European territory, in the Central Russia and in Siberia – the third warmest November. In the south of Russia and the north of the Far East considerable fluctuations of temperature, as a whole month were noted it was close to norm. >> More

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