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Normal to above normal rainfall forecast for southwest monsoon season

28. april 2021, WMO, Novice, Vreme

Normal to above normal rainfall is most likely during the 2021 southwest monsoon season (June ? September) over most parts of South Asia, according to an authoritative seasonal forecast from the South Asian Climate Outlook Forum (SASCOF) released on 27 April. Geographically, above-normal rainfall is most likely over some areas of the North West, along the foothills of Himalayas and North East parts of the region, and many areas of central part of the region. It is most likely to be below normal over many areas over extreme northwest, north East and some areas over north-eastern parts of...


Objavljeno 28.4.2021 v/na WMO
https://public.wmo.int/en/media/news/normal-above-normal-rainfall-forecast-southwest-monsoon-season




Early warning initiative advances in a pandemic

11.5.2021, WMO

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Geneva, 11 May 2021:?The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated impacts of extreme weather and climate change in...

WMO Aerosols Bulletin focuses on fires

10.5.2021, WMO

A new World Meteorological Organization bulletin on Aerosols examines the impact of biomass burning (wildfires and open burning for agriculture) on climate and air quality. It covers the episodes of the 2019/2020 Australian bushfires, the 2015 Indonesia peatfires and smoke transport from boreal forest fires to the Arctic.
Worldwide fire activity evolves continually throughout the year and many regions of the world have relatively clearly defined fire seasons that do not vary significantly from one year to another. This is generally most apparent in tropical regions where fire conditions...

Global methane assessment released

7.5.2021, WMO

A Global Methane Assessment released by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) shows that human-caused methane emissions can be reduced by up to 45 per cent this decade.
Such reductions would avoid nearly 0.3?C of global warming by 2045 and would be consistent with keeping the Paris Climate Agreement?s goal to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius (1.5?C) within reach.
The?assessment, for the first time, integrates the climate and air pollution costs and benefits from methane mitigation. Because methane is a key...

Updated 30-year reference period reflects changing climate

5.5.2021, WMO

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has updated the U.S. Climate Normals?to the ?1991-2020 baseline period ?to provide a most recent baseline for climate information and services to climate-sensitive sectors and a standard reference to compare variations in temperature, precipitation etc to the 30-year average.
The move is in line with a World Meteorological Organization recommendation that the 30-year standard reference periods should be updated every decade in order to better reflect the the changing climate and its influence on our day-to-day weather...

WMO joins Emergency Alerting Call to Action

29.4.2021, WMO

WMO has joined with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) to issue a joint Call to Action to improve availability and use of standardized emergency alerts.
The heads of the three organizations endorsed the call to ?collectively scale up our efforts to ensure that by 2025 all countries have the capability for effective, authoritative emergency alerting that leverages the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP), suitable for all media and all hazards.?
Every year, disasters lead to tragic loss of lives and...



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