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Publish Date: 17 May 2021
The Climate in Poland 2020 has been published by the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management – National Research Institute, as a synthesis description of the Poland’s climate in the last year, presented in relation to the long-term climate characteristics and from the perspective of global warming. The area average air temperature in 2020 in Poland reached 9.9°C and was higher by 1.6°C than the average long-term temperature value for the climatological normal period 1981-2010. 2020 was the second warmest year from the beginning of regular instrumental measurements in Poland. Only 2019...
Publish Date: 25 March 2020
The China Meteorological Administration (CMA) conducted online outreach activities this year to celebrate World Meteorological Day 2020. It includes a message from WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas and CMA Administrator Ms. LIU Yaming. You can find many other interesting outreach materials, including the online video of CMA's new meteorological exhibition hall and other colorful on-line commemorative activities.
Publish Date: 23 October 2019
Mr Roy Mumu, Secretary for the Department of Transport officially launched the National Weather Service’s Strategic Plan (2019-2023). The launching event is part of the Second Workshop of the CREWS Papua New Guinea Project’s Stakeholders Consultation. The Strategic Plan is the first ever plan for the NWS. It is aligned with Department of Transport Mid-Term Plan 2 and the Government of PN Vision 2050 Statement Pillars of Development, the National Government Mid-Term Development Plan (2018-2022), and the Pacific Island Meteorological Strategy Plan (PIMS) 2017-2026). Mr Mumu congratulated the...
Publish Date: 26 August 2019
As a part of activities to commemorate the 72 nd Indonesian Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Day (HMKG), BMKG has organized a unique, educational, and creative activity to create 365 streamline maps in only 1 hour 45 minutes involving 365 participants consisting of BMKG staff who are still active, lecturers, and students of BMKG School of Meteorology.