December is generally not surprising, nor is it due to the high temperatures at the end of the year. It follows from an initial assessment published by the Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute.
December 2021, the temperature in Slovakia is higher than normal, that is, warmer. Meteorologists said.
Preliminary data show that the highest deviation from the average monthly air temperature from 1981 to 2010 was recorded at the Bratislava Airport Airport. This is a value of +1.8 C.
In contrast, the lowest deviation of the air temperature was in the sobok. At -0.6 C.
The average temperature in December
Last month, the maximum air temperature was recorded at Bratislava Airport, +2.5 C.
In contrast, a low average air temperature was recorded at the Meteorological Station in the village of Stradena in the Rožňava district. This is a value of -4.4 C.
The highest and lowest temperatures in December
Had to wait until the last day for the absolute maximum air temperature of the last calendar month of 2021. It was recorded by the Bratislava-Airport, where it measured +16.9 C on New Year’s Day.
Just fell right there New Year’s Eve registration In 2002, at that time, they measured +14.3 C in Bratislava.
They measured the lowest temperature on December 27 in Bodolinek. At -23.3 C.
Most of the rainfall fell in central and eastern Slovakia
According to meteorologists, December was less than normal with (dry) first normal (wet) rainfall. Some stations did not even record 25 mm of rainfall throughout the month, while others had a total of more than 100 mm.
The lowest monthly total rainfall is 22.2 mm in Sweatler. Stations Gánovce 22.4 mm, Košice 23.2 mm, Moldava n. Bodvou 24.3 mm, Malá Ida 24.4 mm, Turňa n. Bodvou 24.5 mm and Hrabušice 24.6 mm.
In the east, especially in the village of Remetsky Hamre, heavy monthly rainfall is reported. 123.8 mm.
Above 100 mm, the monthly total rainfall was 122.6 mm, Golpasov 102.9 mm, Vratna 102.0 mm and Spoj 101.4 mm.
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