the average Temperature in northern Europe is predicted to be higher than normal based on a mean value compare with a certain tidspann.
the period of time they compare with this. But it is not at all certain that it will feel warmer than usual. It is a very smeared forecast, " says Nitzan Cohen.
He believes that it is more interesting to look at what type of weather it is expected to be. Cohen says that it is very difficult to put long-term forecasts for the Nordic countries.
" We have so much here that can affect. Long-term forecasts is about, among other things, look at different behaviour of säsongsprognoser and what they show for trends, but also on how different weather phenomena around the world can affect each other. One example is that the rainstorms in the tropics and how they are expected to move in some cases can provide an indication of whether we can expect more high pressure or low pressure for a certain period. It is like a jigsaw puzzle, " says Cohen.
like The weather company that there can be periods of cold in march.
– the Question is how far down the cold air will. It is most likely in the northern and perhaps central Sweden. But I think that most of the kalluften will end up over western Russia, " he says.
In april, the weather will become a bit warmer in periodically – interspersed with periods of rain.
– It might be a little off-kilter, alternating. The less pressure the better for the groundwater. It has been raining quite normal during this winter, but I don't think it is enough. It would not be wrong with a bit of rain.
Also in may will be alternately hot and sometimes rainy.
– Fairly common spring weather, I think, " says Nitzan Cohen.