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WMO head is named European of the Year by Readers Digest

18.1.2021|Vreme

World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General Professor Petteri Taalas has been named ?European of the Year? by Readers Digest magazine for his role in galvanizing action on climate change.
Each year Reader's Digest editors in Europe nominate a shortlist of Europeans who have had a major influence on a pressing contemporary issue and are helping to make the world a better place. The award recognizes Prof Taalas's prominent role in Europe and at international level in in efforts to tackle climate change and its impacts.
"Growing numbers of states and individuals are aware of the...

WMO head is named European of the Year by Readers Digest

18.1.2021|Vreme

World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General Professor Petteri Taalas has been named ?European of the Year? by Readers Digest magazine for his role in galvanizing action on climate change.
Each year Reader's Digest editors in Europe nominate a shortlist of Europeans who have had a major influence on a pressing contemporary issue and are helping to make the world a better place. The award recognizes Prof Taalas's prominent role in Europe and at international level in in efforts to tackle climate change and its impacts.
"Growing numbers of states and individuals are aware of the...

Step up climate change adaptation, says UN report

14.1.2021|Vreme

As temperatures rise and climate change impacts intensify, nations must urgently step up action to adapt to the new climate reality or face serious costs, damages and losses, a new UN Environment Programme (UNEP) report finds.
WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petter Taalas joined a high-level panel on 14 January to release the report, which finds that the pace of adaptation financing is indeed rising, but is outpaced by rapidly increasing adaptation costs. Annual adaptation costs in developing countries are estimated at USD 70 billion. This figure is expected to reach USD 140-300 billion in...

2020 was one of three warmest years on record

14.1.2021|Vreme

Cooling La Ni?a event failed to tame the global heat
Geneva, 14 January 2021 - The year 2020 was one of the three warmest on record, and rivalled 2016 for the top spot, according to a consolidation of five leading international datasets by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). A naturally occurring cooling climate phenomenon, La Ni?a, put a brake on the heat only at the very end of the year.
All five datasets surveyed by WMO concur that 2011-2020 was the warmest decade on record, in a persistent long-term climate change trend. The warmest six years have all been since 2015, with...

Top 10 weather and climate events in 2020 unveiled - China Meteorological Administration

12.1.2021|Vreme

Recently, the selection result of the top 10 domestic and global weather and climate events in 2020 has been unveiled.?The selection results of the top 10 weather and climate events in China have reflected the major features of weather and climate conditions in 2020 in China: firstly, more days of rainstorm with strong intensity and high overlapping of rain coverage in the flood season; secondly, more days of high temperature and staged meteorological drought in many regions; thirdly, early onset, high frequency and strong intensity of severe convective weather; fewer generations and...

The Year's Weather – 2020 - Hong Kong Observatory

12.1.2021|Vreme

Globally, 2020 is on track to be one of the three warmest years on record according to the World Meteorological Organization's preliminary assessment. Over the Arctic, the sea-ice extents for July and October 2020 were the lowest on record and the annual minimum in September was also the second lowest. In 2020, various extreme weather events continued to wreak havoc in different parts of the world, including heatwaves in the Australia, Caribbean region, Mexico, South America, western Europe, eastern Mediterranean, Japan, and Siberia; extreme cold events in North America and the southern part...

The weather in Germany in December 2020 - Deutscher Wetterdienst

12.1.2021|Vreme

Widespread dull and humid ?grotty weather? Offenbach, 30 October 2020 ? After plenty of sunshine in the previous month, December brought very cloudy and dull conditions. This typical ?grotty weather? was accompanied either by moderately cold or by unusually mild temperatures. A nationwide drop in temperature by a good 10 degrees ensured a white surprise on Christmas day in the low mountain ranges. On 27th December, low ?Hermine? brought storms to the west and more snow to the mountains. All in all, the year 2020 bid farewell with a December which was too warm, dry and severely lacking in...

The weather in Germany in 2020 - Deutscher Wetterdienst

12.1.2021|Vreme

2020 being the second-warmest year confirms ongoing climate change
Offenbach, 30 December 2020 ? With an annual average temperature of 10.4 degrees Celsius (?C), 2020 is the second-warmest year since the beginning of nationwide weather recordings in 1881. Only 2018 was slightly warmer with 10.5 ?C. The next years to closely follow are 2019 and 2014 with 10.3 ?C each. This has been announced by the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) after an initial analysis of the observations from its approximately 2,000 measuring stations. Tobias Fuchs, head of Climate at the DWD: ?The very warm year of 2020...

WMO hosts webinar on COVID-19, air quality and meteorological factors

11.1.2021|Vreme

WMO is hosting a webinar as part of a technical review process of the draft statement on meteorological and air quality factors affecting the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar takes place on 12 January and the statement is open to scientific review until January 22nd.
The statement was drafted as part of the work of the WMO COVID-19 Research Task Team, established in June 2020 to respond to the real-time challenge of providing COVID-19 decision relevant knowledge about weather, solar radiation and air pollution.
The 16 member Task Team comprised of infectious disease and meteorological...

Workshop of Global Multi-Hazard Alert System in Asia was held online - China Meteorological Administration

7.1.2021|Vreme

On December 15, Workshop of 2020 Global Multi-Hazard Alert System in Asia (GMAS-A) was held online.The theme of this event is the challenges and opportunities confronted by elevating the early warning capacity in Asia. During the conference, experts from many countries have reached the consensus that emerging risks are not confined to a certain country. Cross-nation and cross-sector cooperation should be reinforced in terms of management mechanism and technological innovation, data sharing and coordination, to promote disaster preparedness, response to climate change, and joint endeavor to...

Record-breaking 2020 ozone hole closes

6.1.2021|Vreme

The record-breaking 2020 Antarctic ozone hole finally closed at the end of December after an exceptional season due to naturally occurring meteorological conditions and the continued presence of ozone depleting substances in the atmosphere.
The 2020 Antarctic ozone hole grew rapidly from mid-August and peaked at around 24.8 million square kilometres on 20 September 2020, spreading over most of the Antarctic continent.
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The Observatory Successfully Patented the Design of Automatic Weather Station - Hong Kong Observatory

5.1.2021|Vreme

The Hong Kong Observatory successfully registered a patent in Hong Kong for its in-house developed bollard design for automatic weather station (AWS) in December 2020. With the new design, various meteorological sensors can be housed together in a compact enclosure, solving the problem of installing an ordinary automatic weather station in urban areas where space is limited. This facilitates the future development of microscale weather monitoring.?Having a combination of sensors for meteorological measurements, such as air temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, and ultraviolet...

CMA and WMO consult on further promoting “Belt and Road” cooperation - China Meteorological Administration

4.1.2021|Vreme

On December 22, China Meteorological Administration (CMA) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) held the fourth consultative meeting on implementation of the Letter of Intent between WMO and CMA to Promote Regional Meteorological Cooperation and Co-build the Belt and Road (thereafter referred to as the Letter) online. Mr. Yu Yong, Deputy Administrator of CMA, Dr. Zhang Wenjian, Assistant Secretary-General of WMO, and Ms. Mary Power, the Director of Department of Member Services and Development of WMO attended the online meeting.
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62nd issue of the TCC News - Japan Meteorological Agency

4.1.2021|Vreme

The Tokyo Climate Center (TCC) of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has released the 62nd issue of the TCC News on the TCC website.?This issue covers:?- El Nino Outlook (December 2020 - June 2021)?- JMA's Seasonal Numerical Ensemble Prediction for Boreal Winter 2020/2021?- Summary of the 2020 Asian Summer Monsoon?- Status of the Antarctic Ozone Hole in 2020?- Arctic sea ice extent in summer 2020?- The Eighth Session of the East Asia Winter Climate Outlook Forum (EASCOF-8)?- JMA HQ relocation and reorganization.?
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2020 closes a decade of exceptional heat

24.12.2020|Vreme

As 2020 draws to an end, it closes the warmest decade (2011-2020) on record, according to the World Meteorological Organization. This year remains on track to be one of the three warmest on record, and may even rival 2016 as the warmest on record. The six warmest years have all been since 2015.
The exceptional heat of 2020 is despite a cooling La Ni?a event, which is now mature and impacting weather patterns in many parts of the world. According to most models, La Ni?a is expected to peak in intensity in either December or January and continue through the early part of 2021, according to a...

WMO steps up action on La Niña

23.12.2020|Vreme

The World Meteorological Organization has strengthened its support to governments, the United Nations, and stakeholders in climate sensitive sectors to mobilize preparations and minimize impacts of La Ni?a.
In October, WMO declared that La Ni?a has developed and is expected to last into next year, affecting temperatures, precipitation and storm patterns in many parts of the world.?[[{"fid":"21021","view_mode":"default","fields":{"format":"default","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"WMO summary of La Ni?a, Dec 2020","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"WMO summary of...

Winners of WMO Calendar Competition

23.12.2020|Vreme

WMO congratulates all the winners of its 2021 calendar competition for simply outstanding photographs showcasing the theme The Ocean, our climate and weather.
More than 1 100 photographs were submitted to the competition, which has become one of WMO?s most popular fixtures.? Of these, 70 photographs ? in keeping with WMO?s 70th anniversary ? were selected for public voting on social media.
Following the social media voting, a WMO jury of meteorologists and photographers selected 13 winning photos for the calendar (one per month, plus cover photo). The final selection was based on...

WMO former president David Grimes is honoured

22.12.2020|Vreme

David Grimes, who was WMO President from 2011 to 2019, has been recognized with one of Canada?s top civilian honours.
Mr Grimes was named as a Member of the Order of Canada for his ?outstanding leadership in meteorology and for his pioneering development of a global strategy on climate change and disaster-risk preparedness.?
The Order of Canada is one of Canada?s top civilian honours. Its iconic snowflake is a fitting tribute to Mr Grimes commitment to the cryosphere and to increasing observations and forecasts in Polar regions as well as the impact of climate change on the Arctic....

WMO former president David Grimes is honoured

22.12.2020|Vreme

David Grimes, who was WMO President from 2011 to 2019, has been recognized with one of Canada?s top civilian honours.
Mr Grimes was named as a Member of the Order of Canada for his ?outstanding leadership in meteorology and for his pioneering development of a global strategy on climate change and disaster-risk preparedness.?
The Order of Canada is one of Canada?s top civilian honours. Its iconic snowflake is a fitting tribute to Mr Grimes commitment to the cryosphere and to increasing observations and forecasts in Polar regions as well as the impact of climate change on the Arctic....

World Climate Research Programme moves towards a new future

21.12.2020|Vreme

The World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) is to be restructured, building on its 40 years of successful fundamental climate research to face an era where there is an urgent need for solutions to climate challenges in order to address the impacts of climate change on society and all life on Earth.
WCRP?s Joint Scientific Committee made the decision to embrace a new programme structure to support the implementation of the WCRP Strategic?Plan 2019 ? 2028, which addresses the climate research priorities of the next decade and beyond. The plan was specifically designed with the...

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