Even with an expected rise in hd porno izle temperature in the last part of the month this July and heading towards being the coldest in 22 years.
It tells climatologist at DMI Mikael Scharling to Ekstra Bladet.
- the average temperature measured from the 1. July to and including yesterday is paltry by 13.9 degrees. It is so cold, that if the month ended such, it would be the coldest July in 41 years, says Mikael Scharling.
But so wrong however, it is likely not to go. According to klimatologen it seems that the next few weeks will be a little boost in the temperature.
- is based on the measured temperatures until now and the forecast for the next two weeks, we end up probably with an average temperature of between the 14.7 to 15.0 degrees, says Mikael Scharling.
- It makes the month something better, but it will still be the coldest July in 22 years, he states.
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Nor is the sun, the danes have seen much of this month compared with other years.
From 1. 16. July has only been 90,1 hours of sunshine, informs Mikael Scharling.
- The 'new' normal, which is calculated from the period 1991 to 2020, the lands in the vicinity of 230 hours of sunshine for the entire month of July, says klimatologen.
- That is to say, to the sun, until now, has shone about 20 percent below normal.
There has not been a single summer's day in July so far, points to the klimatologen.
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