The following short featured article cites a few examples to illustrate its point but these do not include the UK, which has just had its coolest, wettest July in living memory, with August shaping up presently to be the same.
EUROPE’S COLDER-THAN-AVERAGE (AND SNOWY) JULY
The summer of 2023 is holding cool for the majority of Europe, and the data prove it.
Temperature readings for July are in, and they show a colder-than-average month for many nations.
Estonia, with its average temperature of 16.6C (61.9F), which is 1.2C below the multidecadal norm.
[Estonia Meteorological Service]
Latvia, too, posted a similar average — 16.8C (62.2F), which is a full 1C below the average.
July 2023 in Lithuania finished with an average temperature of 17.6C (63.7F), which is 0.7C below normal.
Denmark closed July with an average temperature of 15.9C (60.6F), which again is a full 1C below the multidecadal average. Also, with precipitation at 140.8mm (5.54 inches) it was the country’s wettest July on record (average is 60.9mm/2.4 inches):
July in Iceland was very cold, particularly in the NE where anomalies of -2C were posted.
Finland also held cool last month, logging anomalies of between -0.3C to -1.9C across the country.
And finally–but by no means comprehensively–Sweden registered an anomaly of approx. -1C below the multidecadal norm.
Ignoring the MSM’s cherry-picked warm-mongering, Europe, on the whole and thus far, has suffered an anomalously-cool summer — one now persisting into August, and all:
Latest GFS runs are also calling for accumulating summer snow over the continent’s higher elevations, such as the Alps, Scandinavia and Iceland, totals that are set to rival the heavy–yet unreported–totals from last week:
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