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Météo : 25,4°C ! Record de chaleur pour un mois de mars au Luxembourg

7.4.2021|Vreme

Un nouveau record officiel de temp?rature maximale quotidienne, pour un mois de mars, a ?t? enregistr? aujourd'hui le 31 mars 2021 ? Clemency avec une valeur de 25,4?C.?Avec une temp?rature de 25,4?C ? Clemency, 25,3?C ? Obercorn, 25,2?C ? Remerchen et 25,0?C ? Remich, ce mercredi est non seulement le premier jour d'?t? de cette ann?e (plus de 25 degr?s), mais c'est ?galement la premi?re fois qu'un tel pic de chaleur a ?t? enregistr? en cette p?riode de l'ann?e.
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ClimSA climate services programme launched

7.4.2021|Vreme

Over 160 participants from Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) regions and Europe gathered online on 30 March to take part in the official launch of the Intra-ACP Climate Services and Related Applications Programme (ClimSA).
Endowed with a budget of EUR 85 million, the intra-ACP ClimSA programme is a joint initiative of the Secretariat of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) and the European Union (EU). It will support the climate information services value chain in ACP Regions, through the provision of technical assistance, financial assistance, infrastructure...

White Paper on the future of weather and climate forecasting

1.4.2021|Vreme

Geneva, 1 April?2021 (WMO) - The advancement of our ability to predict the weather and climate has been the core aspiration of a global community of scientists and practitioners, in the almost 150 years of international cooperation in meteorology and related Earth system sciences.
The demand for weather and climate forecast information in support of critical decision-making has grown rapidly during the last decade and will increase even faster in the coming years. The generation and provision of these services has been revolutionized by supercomputers, satellite and remote sensing...

20th Typhoon Committee Attachment Training course at the RSMC Tokyo – Typhoon Center

29.3.2021|Vreme

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The 20th ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee Attachment Training course was held online from 9 to 11 March 2021.
The Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre (RSMC) Tokyo ? Typhoon Center has run annual ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee Attachment Training courses since 2001 with the support of the WMO Tropical Cyclone Programme and the Typhoon Committee in order to enhance the tropical cyclone (TC) analysis and forecasting capacity of Committee Members. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 course was held virtually with 44 attendees from the seven Typhoon Committee Members (Hong Kong China...

New observing system financing initiative wins support

25.3.2021|Vreme

A major new proposed financing initiative to close the increasing gaps in the global observing system, which underpins all weather forecasts and early warnings, has received overwhelming support from the international community.
The Systematic Observations Financing Facility, or SOFF, seeks to provide technical and financial assistance to countries to generate and exchange basic observational data. This is critical for improved weather forecasts and climate services needed to boost resilience to more extreme weather and to adapt to climate change impacts.
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World Met Day rallies attention around the ocean

24.3.2021|Vreme

The United Nations family, the ocean and scientific communities and National Meteorological and Hydrological Services around the world rallied in support of World Meteorological Day and its theme ?the ocean, our climate and weather?.
More than 400 people participated in a virtual ceremony addressed by WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas, UN Secretary General?s Special Envoy for the Ocean Peter Thomson, UN Climate Action Assistant Secretary General Selwin Hart, Alfred Wegener Institute Director Antje Boetius, yachtswoman Alexia Barrier, and youth campaigner Salvador G?mez-Col?n, and...

World Met Day rallies attention around the ocean

24.3.2021|Vreme

The United Nations family, the ocean and scientific communities and National Meteorological and Hydrological Services around the world rallied in support of World Meteorological Day and its theme ?the ocean, our climate and weather?.
More than 400 people participated in a virtual ceremony addressed by WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas, UN Secretary General?s Special Envoy for the Ocean Peter Thomson, UN Climate Action Assistant Secretary General Selwin Hart, Alfred Wegener Institute Director Antje Boetius, yachtswoman Alexia Barrier, and youth campaigner Salvador G?mez-Col?n, and...

Libya witnessed a severe sandstorm turning the sky yellow

24.3.2021|Vreme

The central and southwestern regions of Libya witnessed?a severe sandstorm turning the sky yellow on 22 March.
This was due to a deep air depression of 996 millibars accompanied by strong south?westerly winds reaching 35 knots causing stirring of dust & sands, loss of horizontal visibility over Ghat? ??Obari? ?? ALGatron???Sebha???Al Jufrah???Jalo???Gighbub, and leading to the fall of power poles and car accidents in some of these regions.
The National Meteorological Centre (NMC) issued and disseminated an early...

WMC Beijing held annual conference to propel high-quality development - China Meteorological Administration

22.3.2021|Vreme

World Meteorological Centre Beijing (WMC Beijing) held the annual working conference on 9 March in Beijing. The conference reviewed the works in 2020, discussed the development priorities for next step and identified the key tasks in 2021. Mr. Yu Yong, Deputy Administrator of China Meteorological Administration (CMA) attended the conference. The achievements acquired by the WMC Beijing in 2020 are highlighted during the conference. In 2020, WMC Beijing made steady progress in improving its capabilities to perform duties, including the upgradation of GRAPES_GFS Model with the top level raised...

Boosting Singapore’s Climate Science Capabilities – The Climate Science Research Programme Office

22.3.2021|Vreme

Launched on 5 November 2020, the Climate Science Research Programme Office (CSRPO) under the Centre for Climate Research Singapore (CCRS), will play a key role in Singapore?s response to the potential impact of climate change. The CSRPO will lead and drive efforts under a new National Climate Science Research Masterplan, aligning fundamental climate science research with national goals for climate adaptation and mitigation. The CSRPO will also oversee, coordinate and support targeted collaborative climate science research between CCRS scientists and researchers from local Research Institutes...

World Meteorological Day celebrates the ocean, our climate and weather

22.3.2021|Vreme

Geneva, 22 March (WMO) - The ocean drives the world?s weather and climate and anchors the global economy and food security. Climate change is hitting the ocean hard, but also increasing hazards for hundreds of millions of people.
This year?s World Meteorological Day on 23 March is therefore devoted to the theme ?the ocean, our climate and weather.? ?It highlights how observations, research and services are more critical than ever before for more than 70 percent of the Earth?s surface which is simultaneously increasingly vulnerable and perilous.
The ocean acts as the Earth?s...

Report examines meteorological and air quality factors and COVID-19

18.3.2021|Vreme

Government interventions rather than meteorological factors primarily curb?COVID-19 spread
Preliminary report suggests climate conditions should not be used as a trigger to relax control measures
Geneva, 18 March 2021 - A World Meteorological Organization Task Team has issued its first report on Meteorological and Air Quality factors affecting the COVID-19 pandemic. It cautions that weather and climate conditions, including the onset of higher temperatures in the northern hemisphere spring, should not be used as a trigger to relax measures to halt the spread of the virus.
COVID-...

Supplemental list of tropical cyclone names in RAIV

17.3.2021|Vreme

WMO Regional Association IV (North America, Central America and Caribbean)
Supplemental list of names of tropical cyclones
To be used in the event that regular rotating lists are exhausted and in lieu of the Greek Alphabet
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Atlantic tropical cyclone names?
Pacific tropical cyclone names?
Adria?
Aidan?
Braylen?
Bruna?
Caridad
Carmelo?
Deshawn?
Daniella...

WMO Hurricane Committee retires tropical cyclone names and ends the use of Greek alphabet

17.3.2021|Vreme

Geneva, 17 March 2021 - The World Meteorological Organization?s Hurricane Committee has retired Dorian (2019) and Laura, Eta and Iota (2020) from the rotating lists of Atlantic tropical cyclone names because of the death and destruction they caused. It also decided that the Greek alphabet will not be used in future because it creates a distraction from the communication of hazard and storm warnings and is potentially confusing.
The Hurricane Committee, which serves North America, Central America and the Caribbean (WMO Regional Association IV), agreed to the changes in its naming convention...

Media Advisory: World Meteorological Organization Hurricane Committee Virtual Media Conference

16.3.2021|Vreme

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Media Advisory:
World Meteorological Organization Hurricane Committee Virtual Media Conference
Media Contacts
Clare Nullis, WMO Media Officer, cnullis@wmo.int Tel (41) 79-709-1397
Dennis Feltgen, NOAA Communications & Public Affairs Officer, National Hurricane Center, dennis.feltgen@noaa.gov Tel 1-305-433-1933
The World Meteorological Organization Hurricane Committee (North America, Central America and Caribbean, Regional Association IV) holds its annual session 15-17 March to review the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic season and to prepare for the forthcoming...

Severe sand and dust storm hits Asia

16.3.2021|Vreme

One of the worst sand and dust storms in a decade has hit Mongolia, northern China and other parts of Asia, with big environmental and economic impacts and harming air quality for millions of people.
The skies above the Chinese capital Beijing and other populous cities were choked with thick dust, triggering concerns about widespread health impacts, including respiratory problems because of high levels of particulate matter (PM). A number of casualties were reported in Mongolia.
Minimum visibility in many places decreased to less than 500 meters.
WMO's Sand and Dust Warning and...

Hurricane Committee discusses record-breaking 2020 season, plans for 2021

15.3.2021|Vreme

Geneva, 15 March 2021 (WMO) - The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Hurricane Committee annual session will review the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic season, fine-tune coordination for 2021 and discuss what names should be withdrawn from, and added to, the rotating lists.
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season had a record-breaking 30 named tropical storms, including 13 hurricanes and six major hurricanes, with direct impacts in many countries in the Atlantic basin, Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico.? There were five landfalling hurricanes in the Caribbean including two at category 4...

New study shows socio-economic benefits of weather observations

11.3.2021|Vreme

Behind every weather forecast, every early warning of life-threatening hazards, and every long-term climate change projection are observational data.
A new report published by the World Bank, produced in collaboration with the World Meteorological Organization and the Met Office (UK), estimates improving the collection and international exchange of surface-based observational data will deliver additional socioeconomic benefits worth more than US $5 billion a year.
This is a conservative estimate and does not include the huge non-monetary benefits such as potential lives saved and...

World marks 10th anniversary of Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident

11.3.2021|Vreme

The tenth anniversary of the earthquake, Tsunami and nuclear accident in Japan is being marked by ceremonies to mourn the victims and reflection on lessons learned, including stronger multi-hazard early warning systems and environmental emergency response coordination, to prevent a future tragedy.
?Today is a solemn day of remembrance for the 18,400 people who died or are still missing as a result of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami ten years ago.?My condolences go to those who continue to grieve the loss of loved ones.??And I think of those who remain displaced,...

63rd issue of the TCC News - Japan Meteorological Agency

9.3.2021|Vreme

The Tokyo Climate Center (TCC) of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has released the 63rd issue of the TCC News on the TCC website.?This issue covers: -?The year 2020 tied with 2016 as the warmest since 1891?- Highlights of the Global Climate in 2020?- Summary of Japan's Climatic Characteristics for 2020?- New Indian Ocean Dipole products?- TCC and WMC Tokyo co-contributions to ASEANCOF-15?- TCC Activity Report for 2020
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