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WMO supports Sustainable Climate Information Services

13.3.2019|Vreme

As the recognition of the dependence between climate change and variability and human welfare grows, climate action continues gaining importance on the global development agenda

Monthly Weather Summary - February 2019 - Kingdom of Bahrain

11.3.2019|Vreme

February 2019 was warmer than normal in temperatures with below average precipitation and relative humidities.?The mean temperature of the month was 19.1?C which is 1.2?C above the long-term normal for February.?The mean maximum temperature of the month was 22.0?C which is 0.8?C above the long-term normal. The highest temperature recorded during the month was 26.3?C which occurred on the 27th of February at Bahrain International Airport but recorded 27.6?C on the 16th of February at Durrat Al Bahrain.
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WMO marks International Women’s Day

8.3.2019|Vreme

The theme of International Women?s Day on 8th March, is ?Think equal, build smart, innovate for change?.? Increased investment in women is among the main strategies for implementing the WMO Gender Equality Policy and WMO Gender Action Plan.
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Climate faces in dialogue with the Andes / Rostros del clima en diálogo con los Andes - CLIMANDES

7.3.2019|Vreme

From the coast to the Peruvian Andes, from the western to the eastern slopes, from the Altiplano of Puno to the Sacred Valley of Cusco, the climate route speaks, dialogues, communicates, listens and shares to unlearn and learn. It is in this walking and walking, of scorching Sun, dynamic Earth and playful Weather; that encourages us to share that bridge of knowledge that inspires the women who live in the Andes and converse with the climate, who look at the sky every day to know how the weather will be tomorrow.

AMCOMET calls for greater investment in Africa to improve weather and climate services

5.3.2019|Voda

The African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET) has issued a call for greater investment by national governments and development partners, in weather, climate and water services in order to promote sustainable development, cope with climate change and protect life and property on the continent.

Climate research for the 21st century

28.2.2019|Vreme

The achievements and future directions of the?are outlined in a Nature Climate Change interview with Professor Dame Julia Slingo, who led a comprehensive review of the WMO co-sponsored programme.

WMO seeks to develop the first global atmospheric deposition maps of pollutants

28.2.2019|Vreme

Increasing levels of airborne pollutants deposited either through gravity (i.e. free-falling)?or washed out by rain can result in detrimental effects to crops, human health and vulnerable ecosystems by altering critical and delicate chemical balances. Identifying areas most at risk and which would most benefit from measures to control excessive pollutant load is crucial.

Regional Information for Extreme Events: An Early Career Perspective

28.2.2019|Voda

The paper emerged from discussions during the three-day Young Earth System Scientists - Young Hydrologic Society (YESS-YHS) workshop, which was conjointly held with the Global Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX) Open Science Conference in Canmore, Canada. The roughly 40 Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from 26 countries discussed three possible ways forward in the field: a stronger interaction between users and scientists, a collaborative modelling approach between the different modelling communities, and possible inclusion of unconventional data sources in scientific studies. By making strides in the three domains, the scientific community can gain improved quantification and prediction of extreme events, and deliver more useful and relevant regional information to users.

WMO Update: 50-60% chance of El Niño within next 3 months

26.2.2019|Vreme

There is a 50-60% chance of El Ni?o developing by May 2019, although it is not expected to be a strong event, according to the latest update from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific were at or slightly below El Ni?o thresholds in January and early February 2019. Some El Ni?o-like atmospheric patterns also emerged around late January.

Three Ways Forward to Improve Regional Information for Extreme Events: An Early Career Perspective

18.2.2019|Voda

The paper emerged from discussions during the three-day Young Earth System Scientists - Young Hydrologic Society (YESS-YHS) workshop, which was conjointly held with the Global Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX) Open Science Conference in Canmore, Canada. The roughly 40 Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from 26 countries discussed three possible ways forward in the field: a stronger interaction between users and scientists, a collaborative modelling approach between the different modelling communities, and possible inclusion of unconventional data sources in scientific studies. By making strides in the three domains, the scientific community can gain improved quantification and prediction of extreme events, and deliver more useful and relevant regional information to users.

Kickoff Meeting of Papua New Guinea CREWS Project

18.2.2019|Voda

Developing countries, least developed countries (LDCs) and small island developing states (SIDS) are particularly vulnerable to impact of climate extremes, including drought which could lead to water crisis or severe food shortage.

Special Climate Statement 69—an extended period of heavy rainfall and flooding in tropical Queensland - Australian Government

18.2.2019|Vreme

An unusual, extended period of heavy rainfall over large areas of tropical Queensland began in late January 2019?and continued into February.?The heavy rainfall was associated with an intense and very slow-moving monsoon low over northern Queensland?that continued to affect Queensland until 9 February. While such slow-moving systems are relatively rare for this?part of the country, there are a number in the historical record and they are all associated with extreme rainfall?totals. The large size of monsoon lows means the areas they impact may be larger than tropical cyclones.?
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Ministerial conference seeks to enhance investment in African meteorological services

15.2.2019|Vreme

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ) and the African Union Commission (AUC) in collaboration with the Government of Egypt are convening the 4thAfrican Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET-4), bringing top-level decision-makers together with weather and climate experts to strengthen the continent?s response to challenges of severe ?weather and extreme events exacerbated by climate change, ?which are undermining sustainable development.

Ministerial conference seeks to enhance investment in African meteorological services

15.2.2019|Vreme

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ) and the African Union Commission (AUC) in collaboration with the Government of Egypt are convening the 4thAfrican Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET-4), bringing top-level decision-makers together with weather and climate experts to strengthen the continent?s response to challenges of severe ?weather and extreme events exacerbated by climate change, ?which are undermining sustainable development.

Con calor extremo se inicia el año en Paraguay - Centro Meteorológico Nacional

14.2.2019|Vreme

Enero es un mes con temperaturas normalmente altas en todo el territorio paraguayo. Sin embargo este?a?o 2019, se registraron valores at?picos en ?reas espec?ficas por varios d?as cumpliendo con los requisitos?m?nimos establecidos para ser considerado como Olas de Calor. As? mismo se rompieron valores?hist?ricos en algunas localidades.?Uno de los factores principales que influy? para que el primer mes del a?o y parte de febrero se?caracterizaran por ser seco y muy caluroso en gran parte del pa?s fue subsidencia que predomin? en la?regi?n central de Am?rica del Sur y el escaso aporte de humedad sociado a la ausencia del jet de bajo?nivel.
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WMO and FAO publlsh Weather and Desert Locusts

14.2.2019|Vreme

The FAO Desert Locust Information Service (DLIS) released its 4 February 2019 Desert Locust Bulletin?which stated that locust swarms have formed along the Red Sea coast of Sudan, Eritrea and Egypt and have reached the interior of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.??

West Africa Training Activities on Climate Change and Agriculture

13.2.2019|Vreme

The Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in Agriculture (PACC-RRC) Project held its Networking Conference in Rome from 4-5 February 2019.This event was the culmination of the PACC-RRC project that included four training courses for participants from 17 CILSS and ECOWAS countries of West Africa. The project addressed one of the highest priority areas for WMO Members?the development of climate services to mitigate the risks of climate change on agriculture?enabling stronger climate change adaptation measures and disaster risk reduction through better analysis of climate datasets and use of seasonal predictions.?

Monthly Weather Summary - January 2019 - Kingdom of Bahrain

11.2.2019|Vreme

January 2019 goes on record as the warmest January ever experienced in Bahrain since 1902.?The mean temperature of the month was 19.7?C which is 2.7?C above the long-term normal and this goes on record as the highest mean temperatures for the month of January since 1902. The old record was 19.6?C in January 2004.
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WMO and FAO have jointly produced the publication Weather and Desert Locusts

11.2.2019|Vreme

The FAO Desert Locust Information Service (DLIS) released its 4 February 2019 Desert Locust Bulletin?which stated that locust swarms have formed along the Red Sea coast of Sudan, Eritrea and Egypt and have reached the interior of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.??

Un activo verano en el Cono Sur

8.2.2019|Vreme

El 2019 va a toda velocidad en t?rminos meteorol?gicos: pasamos de un fr?o inicio de enero hasta una primera semana de febrero con nuevos r?cord de temperatura m?xima en la patagonia, tanto chilena como argentina. Mientras tanto, la sequ?a se hizo presente en la zona sur de Chile as? como tambi?n en casi todo Brasil. Las torrenciales lluvias se han hecho sentir desde el sur de Per? y el norte de Chile, hasta el Centro de Argentina, produciendo nuevos r?cord mensuales y diarios de precipitaci?n.??Qu? est? pasando en nuestro continente?
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