"Compared with pre-industrial times has the temperature increase of 1.7 degrees in Sweden."
"– For the whole of Sweden, the annual average temperature have risen substantially more than the global average, " says klimatologiprofessorn Erik Kjellström in a comment. "
" for the past 30 years, it is only two years that have been colder than normal. SMHI has now updated its data with information from 2018. "
"– For the whole of Sweden, the annual average temperature have risen substantially more than the global average. It is a development that is in line with what we can expect on the basis of the climate scenarios that are available, and estimates of how global warming can affect us, something we see happening already today, " says Erik Kjellström, professor of climatology at SMHI in a comment. "
"Globally, the average temperature increase 0,73 degrees between 1991 and 2018 compared to 1861-1890, which is referred to as the pre-industrial time. "
"In Sweden the average increase is 1.7 degrees for the same period, more than twice as much as the global average. "
"global warming is unevenly distributed across the globe, and even between different parts of the year. In order to follow the change of the climate in Sweden updates the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute annually a number of klimatindikatorer, they are based on the Smhi's measurements around the country that in some places began in 1860, and thus has been going on for over 150 years."
"– the Temperature is rising faster in the Arctic, particularly during winter, and it is evident even here in Sweden. In northern Sweden, the increase is greatest during the winter. During the summer, the increase is weakest, without any systematic difference between the northern and southern part of the country, " says Erik Engström, head of unit, climate and statistics at the Swedish meteorological institute."
"Skogsbrandssommaren 2018 was the eighth warmest in Sweden since 1860. The last 30 years, it is only two years, 1996 and 2010, who has been colder compared with the average temperature for 1961-1990, which is the reference period used for weather and klimatjämförelser."