Bloggfćrslur mánađarins, desember 2014
9.12.2014 | 22:18
The year 2014 will be one of the warmest ever measured in Iceland. It has a real chance of becoming the warmest of all along the northern and eastern coasts. The odds of a new temperature record is lower in other areas.
November became the fourth month of the year to exhibit an overall anomaly larger than +2 degrees C [the others are: January, June and September]. The table shows the November temperatures and anomalies for selected stations all over Iceland. The month was the warmest ever in Grímsey off the N-coast, measurements have been done there for 140 years. It was also the warmest at Teigarhorn at the Eastern coast, where measurements have been made for 142 years. The station Árnes in the Southern inland also shows its highest November value ever, but as the station has not been located at the same farm throughout the period the rank is slightly more uncertain than at the other stations. The same uncertainty also applies for the rank at the station Bolungarvík at the extreme Northwest tip of the country.
|Bolungarvík||3,7||2,9||7 til 8||117||2,8|
|Höfn í Hornaf.||5,8||3,9|
Iceland Weather blog
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- An unusually warm November in Iceland
- A remarkably warm June in Iceland
- A January without freezing temperatures
- A new highland maximum temperature record in Iceland
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- August in Iceland