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Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems mobilizes more funding

18.6.2021|Vreme

The Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) Initiative is mobilizing an additional US$ 28 million to deliver early warning systems in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and small island developing States (SIDs) to protect lives and livelihoods from the impacts of severe weather.
This decision was announced at the 13th Steering Committee Meeting of the Climate Risk & Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative on 17 June.
Countries and regions that have early warning systems as a priority in their climate change nationally determined contribution and adaptation plans are identified...

64th issue of the TCC News - Japan Meteorological Agency

18.6.2021|Vreme

The Tokyo Climate Center (TCC) of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has released the 64th issue of the TCC News on the TCC website.?This issue covers:?- El Niño Outlook (June - December 2021)?- JMA's Seasonal Numerical Ensemble Prediction for Boreal Summer 2021?- Summary of the 2020/2021 Asian Winter Monsoon?- TCC and WMC Tokyo co-contributions to Regional Climate Outlook Forums
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Drought report calls for new management approach

17.6.2021|Vreme

Drought has directly affected 1.5 billion people so far this century, more than any other slow-onset disaster. This number will grow dramatically because of climate change, environmental degradation and demographic shifts. Urgent action is therefore needed to improve drought management and prevention, according to a new report.
The?Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction (GAR) Special Report on Drought 2021?says that drought poses a threat to the achievement of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction,?the Sustainable Development Goals and human and...

Arctic PASSION seeks to improve observing systems

16.6.2021|Vreme

WMO?s Global Cryosphere Watch community is supporting a new international project to strengthen observing systems in the Arctic in the face of rapid climate and environmental change.
The European Union will provide 15 million euros from the Horizon 2020 Programme to fund the Arctic PASSION project for the period 2021 to 2025. Under the leadership of Germany?s Alfred Wegener Institute, a consortium of 35 partners from 17 countries will promote the integration of international environmental observing systems for the Arctic and improve the tailoring of these systems to user needs.
Although...

Burza-Alert 1.0 – a new service for forecasting and monitoring storms in Poland from IMGW-PIB

16.6.2021|Vreme

MGW-PIB launches a special storm service on the meteo.imgw.pl platform, in which forecasts of lightning and storm phenomena prepared by meteorologists will be published.?The forecasts presented for the territory of Poland show the expected development of the storm situation for next 3 days. They are complemented by monitoring of convective phenomena with information on where the storms are currently occurring, in which direction they are moving and which of the dangerous phenomena, such as heavy rain, hail, strong wind or tornado, accompany them.
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Warmer than average summer forecast in the Arctic

11.6.2021|Vreme

Above normal air and sea-surface temperatures are expected over the majority of the Arctic regions in June, July, and August 2021. Lower to near normal ice cover is the predominant forecast while early to near normal break-up of sea ice is expected for most regions. This is according to a new seasonal climate outlook produced by the Arctic Climate Forum.
Arctic temperatures continue to warm at more than twice the global average. Annual surface air temperatures over the last 5 years (2016?2020) in the Arctic (60??85?N) have been the highest in the time series of observations for 1936-2020...

The weather in Germany in May 2021 - Deutscher Wetterdienst

10.6.2021|Vreme

Coldest May since 2010 with high rainfall and very little sunshine
Offenbach, 31 May 2021 ? April 2021 was much too cold in central Europe and the trend continued in May. This was caused by an extensive low-pressure system over northern Europe that drew in a continuous flow of cool Atlantic air along its southern flank. As a result, May 2021 was the coldest in Germany since 2010. All in all, the month was not only too cool but there also was little sunshine and very significant rainfall. Another feature was severe localised thunderstorms. Heavy rain, storm-force gusts and even an F1...

Monthly Weather Summary - May 2021 - Kingdom of Bahrain

10.6.2021|Vreme

May 2021 goes on record as the hottest May ever experienced in Bahrain since 1902. The mean temperature of the month was 33.5?C which is 2.4?C above the long-term normal for May and this goes on record as the highest mean monthly temperature for May since 1902. The old record was 32.8?C recorded in May 2012.
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The weather in Germany during Spring 2021- Deutscher Wetterdienst

10.6.2021|Vreme

Offenbach, 31 May 2021 ? Spring 2021 was much too cool. Thus, the series of excessively warm springs in Germany, which had started in 2013, came to an end. The cool north winds in April and the inflow of fresh maritime air in May, in particular, kept average temperatures low. Summery weather only made a brief appearance. Whereas the amount of precipitation was less than the long-term average, the sunshine duration was slightly higher than normal. This is the summary announced by the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) after an initial analysis of the observations from its approximately 2,000...

The weather in Germany in May 2021 - Deutscher Wetterdienst

10.6.2021|Vreme

Coldest May since 2010 with high rainfall and very little sunshine
Offenbach, 31 May 2021 ? April 2021 was much too cold in central Europe and the trend continued in May. This was caused by an extensive low-pressure system over northern Europe that drew in a continuous flow of cool Atlantic air along its southern flank. As a result, May 2021 was the coldest in Germany since 2010. All in all, the month was not only too cool but there also was little sunshine and very significant rainfall. Another feature was severe localised thunderstorms. Heavy rain, storm-force gusts and even an F1...

Monthly Weather Summary - May 2021 - Kingdom of Bahrain

10.6.2021|Vreme

May 2021 goes on record as the hottest May ever experienced in Bahrain since 1902. The mean temperature of the month was 33.5?C which is 2.4?C above the long-term normal for May and this goes on record as the highest mean monthly temperature for May since 1902. The old record was 32.8?C recorded in May 2012.
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The weather in Germany during Spring 2021- Deutscher Wetterdienst

10.6.2021|Vreme

Offenbach, 31 May 2021 ? Spring 2021 was much too cool. Thus, the series of excessively warm springs in Germany, which had started in 2013, came to an end. The cool north winds in April and the inflow of fresh maritime air in May, in particular, kept average temperatures low. Summery weather only made a brief appearance. Whereas the amount of precipitation was less than the long-term average, the sunshine duration was slightly higher than normal. This is the summary announced by the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) after an initial analysis of the observations from its approximately 2,000...

The Future of Weather and Climate Services

9.6.2021|Vreme

WMO has held a top-level dialogue session on the future of weather and climate forecasting as part of its ongoing drive to strengthen collaboration and Public-Private Engagement (PPE) in order to support climate adaptation, sustainable development and build resilience.
The second high-level session of the Open Consultative Platform, held virtually on 26-27 May, focused on two priority grand challenges: the future of weather and climate forecasting; and the evolving roles and responsibilities ? the future of the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs).
It was hosted by...

World Oceans Day: Life and Livelihoods

7.6.2021|Vreme

The ocean covers over 70% of the planet and produces at least 50% of the planet?s oxygen. It drives our weather and climate, is home to most of earth?s biodiversity and is the main source of protein for more than a billion people around the world. ?The ?blue economy,? which is estimated at US$ 3-6 trillion/year, accounts for more than three quarters of world trade and providing livelihoods for over 6 billion people.
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Greater Horn of Africa climate outlook

7.6.2021|Vreme

The upcoming rainfall season, June to September is an important rainfall season for Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan, and Uganda. For some of these countries, it is the main farming season for their staple crops.
A wetter than usual June to September season is expected over Sudan, South Sudan, most of Ethiopia, and Uganda indicating good prospects for pasture and crop production. The season is expected to start early in western Ethiopia, southern and western Sudan, southern Eritrea, northern South Sudan, and Uganda, and late in eastern Ethiopia, northern Eritrea, and north-...

Ecosystem restoration is vital for climate, biodiversity

4.6.2021|Vreme

Facing the triple threat of climate change, loss of nature and pollution, the world must deliver on its commitment to restore at least one billion degraded hectares of land in the next decade ? an area about the size of China. Countries also need to add similar commitments for oceans, according to a new report by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO).
The report,?Becoming?#GenerationRestoration: Ecosystem Restoration for People, Nature and Climate, highlights that humanity is using about?1.6 times?the amount of...

Twentieth session of North Eurasia Climate Outlook Forum - Roshydromet

4.6.2021|Vreme

On May 20-21, 2021, the North Eurasian Climate Center, which was founded on the basis of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia under the auspices of the National Research Institutes of Roshydromet and the meteorological services of the CIS countries, hosted the 20th Anniversary Session of the North Eurasian Climate Forum (NEACOF-20) in the form of a video conference. Among the participants were representatives of the WMO Secretariat, experts of Beijing Climate Center, Tokyo Climate Center of JMA, Pune Climate Center, Meteo-France, Regional Climate Center of RAVI network, specialists from...

Seasonal outlook issued for Southeast Asia

3.6.2021|Vreme

The ASEAN Climate Outlook Forum (ASEANCOF) has issued its seasonal forecast for June-July-August 2021 for Southeast Asia, taking into account the end of the La Ni?a event and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), which is currently neutral though may become negative.
The onset and strength of the Southwest Monsoon season is expected to be near-normal (typical) for much of the region, although may be slightly delayed for some northern regions. A possible development of a negative Indian Ocean Dipole event may increase the monsoon strength later in the outlook period.
Overall, the tropical...

Caribbean rolls out multi-hazard preparations for hurricane season

2.6.2021|Vreme

The Caribbean is gearing up for yet another active Atlantic hurricane season, compounded by the continuing challenges and constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing potential for further significant eruptions from the La Soufriere volcano located on the island of St. Vincent which erupted in April 2021.
The triple whammy of hydro-meteorological, health and geological risks has highlighted the need to further enhance multi-hazard early warning system on vulnerable climate sensitive Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) on the front-line of climate change and its many...

CMA released the first generation of global atmospheric and land surface reanalysis products

1.6.2021|Vreme

On May 13, the first-generation of global atmospheric and land surface reanalysis products (CRA) of China Meteorological Administration (CMA) are officially released in Beijing.?CRA products have filled the gaps in China's global atmospheric reanalysis field. The products are shared with users through the China Meteorological Data Service Centre website (http://www.nmic.cn/).?CRA has reconstructed the global three-dimensional atmospheric conditions from the ground to an altitude of 55 kilometers since 1979, with a time resolution of 6 hours and a horizontal resolution of 34...

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