There Are Four Cold Records And Five Hot Records This Month, With 54.6 Between The Highest And Lowest

2021-01-28   |   by CusiGO

Due to the accumulation of extreme events, January this year was an unusual month in terms of weather. The historic snowfall in Philomena is unprecedented in more than a century, followed by a strong cold wave, and the temperature will not be seen in 40 or 50 years. To continue, a carousel raged in January, including a spectacular line of turbines – an active storm belt – that was totally unusual, leaving more than 3000 flashes. Finally, a high temperature event, thermometer 15 degrees above normal, Alicante close to 30 degrees. In these 28 days, at least four cold and five hot records were broken, and the temperature oscillation exceeded 50 degrees.

From the lowest value of Teruel thermometer on January 11 at – 25.4 ° to the highest value of 29.2 ° at Alicante on Thursday, the difference in two weeks is no less than 54.6 ° at all. If this data is confirmed, even temporarily, it will be the largest thermal amplitude ever recorded in Spain, not more than one tenth, but more than about two degrees. The record of 52.2 degrees occurred in December 1963, when Seville Sao Paulo station reached 22.2 degrees on the ninth day. A week later, karamocha Fuentes Clara dropped to the historical 30 degrees, which is the absolute record of cold in densely populated areas.

There are also many almanacs in January this year. During the cold wave, many records were set, including four: – 13.4 in Toledo (the previous record was – 9.8), – 21 in truel (then – 19), – 21.3 in karamocha (then – 20) and – 12 in hetafe (then – 9). On Wednesday, he scored 26.6 in San Javier and 25.2 in Molina de Aragon in Guadalajara, compared with 51.8 on day 12. In the face of these cold records, Salamanca hit an all-time low of 10.8 degrees in January, 8.7 degrees in Avila and 11.3 degrees in royal city on Tuesday. It also set a record low of 10.3% for Valladolid in January. As for the maximum, the thermometer at Valencia airport reached 26 degrees on Wednesday, the highest in the city’s history.

“These historical records are expected to increase on Thursday, as peaks continue to rise along the Mediterranean coast, the Canary Islands and much of the southern third. There will be more than 25 communities in Murcia, Valencia and the Canary Islands, “predicts Beatriz Hervella, a spokesman for the National Weather Service (aemet). These values are 5 to 10 ° higher than the normal temperature on these dates.

On Friday, people were still shocked because the weather would change “significantly” with Justin’s arrival, which would make strong winds, rain and the sea turbulent, the European Meteorological Agency warned. This is the fifth major storm sweeping Spain this month, four of which occurred in a little more than a week, which is another record in the history of short storm appointment since 2017. Justine appeared off the coast of New England on January 27. She is rapidly crossing the Atlantic into northeastern Spain, where she will trigger a storm, especially in Cantabria.

As it moves toward the peninsula, it will deepen “very quickly” tonight, so that it may experience an explosive cyclone. The first affected communities will be Asturias and Galicia, where there are yellow warnings, the first of three levels, because of rain in low-lying RIAS, and strong winds of 70 to 90 km / h across almost the entire Galician community, which are linked to the southwest of Asturias and Picos in Europe. There are also coastal wind warnings off the coast of coronia.

As early as Saturday, the movement of the Blizzard will produce “a strong pressure gradient over Cantabria”, which will lead to very strong winds. From noon, the wind will reach force 9 and the waves will exceed 8 meters. These conditions will move from west to east along Cantabria in the afternoon, and the waves will intensify with the flood. It is expected that the east coast of Andalusia, melilia and Balearic Islands will also appear in the Madeira sea, with a wind force of 7 and waves of 3 to 4 meters. With this forecast, as many as 15 other melilia communities – Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Castilla and Leon, Castilla Raman Cha, Catalonia, Galicia, Madrid, Murcia, Navara, Basque countries, larioha and Valencia – are informed. On Sunday, the wind will begin to weaken from west to East, although the weather will still affect Cantabria in the first half of the day.