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Climate change and impacts accelerate

16.9.2021|Vreme

COVID-19 caused only a temporary reduction in carbon emissions
World is off track to meet Paris Agreement climate targets
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Ozone layer recovery is an environmental success story

15.9.2021|Vreme

The World Meteorological Organization joins the rest of the international community in marking World Ozone Day on 16 September. It highlights the importance of safeguarding the Earth?s protective ozone layer and shows that collective action, guided by science, is the best way to solve major global challenges.
The ozone layer in the upper atmosphere blocks ultraviolet (UV) radiation that harms living tissue, including humans and plants. The ozone ?hole,? which was discovered in 1985 is the result of human emited chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), which are ozone-depleting chemicals and greenhouse...

United in Science 2021 set for release

15.9.2021|Vreme

United in Science 2021 will be released on 16 September.
The report is a multi-organization compilation of the latest climate science information and gives a unified assessment of the state of our Earth system. This is the third edition.
The report provides details on:?
Greenhouse Gas Concentrations in the Atmosphere (WMO)
Global greenhouse gas emissions and budgets (Global Carbon Project)
Emissions Gap (UN Environment Programme)
Global Climate in 2017-2021 and 2021-2025 (WMO, UK Met Office)
Highlights of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Sixth Assessment...

“Financing the UN Development System” showcases SOFF

13.9.2021|Vreme

The new edition of the ?Financing the United Nations Development System? report looks at how the quality of funding channelled through the UN development system can be improved In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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“Financing the UN Development System” showcases SOFF

13.9.2021|Vreme

The new edition of the ?Financing the United Nations Development System? report looks at how the quality of funding channelled through the UN development system can be improved In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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65th issue of the TCC News - Japan Meteorological Agency

13.9.2021|Vreme

The Tokyo Climate Center (TCC) of the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has released the 65th issue of the TCC News on the TCC website.?This issue covers: - JMA?s New Climatological Normals for 1991-2020?- JMA?s Seasonal Ensemble Prediction System Upgrade Plan?
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Meteorological disaster preparedness safeguards people's livelihoods during this year's flood season - China Meteorological Administration

13.9.2021|Vreme

During this year's flood season, many localities have witnessed broken records of precipitation. The heavy rainfall have wreaked havoc and brought myriad impacts. During this period, Chinese meteorological departments have carried out effective monitoring and forecasting, and made full-fledged deployments in terms of disaster preparedness. Let's have a snapshot.
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Monthly Weather Summary - August 2021 - Kingdom of Bahrain

13.9.2021|Vreme

August 2021 goes on record as the hottest August ever experienced in Bahrain since 1902. The mean temperature of the month was 36.8?C which is 1.7?C above the long-term normal for August and this goes on record as the highest mean temperature for August since 1902. The old record was 36.6?C recorded in August 2017.?The mean maximum temperature of the month was 41.8?C which is 2.2?C above the long-term normal and this goes on record as the highest mean maximum temperature for August since 1946. The old record was 41.4?C recorded in August 2017.
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Weak La Niña may re-emerge

9.9.2021|Vreme

Weather forecasts and climate outlooks support humanitarian action
Geneva, 9 September 2021 (WMO) - A weak La Ni?a event may re-emerge later in 2021 for the second consecutive year, with the risk that forecast precipitation patterns may exacerbate existing drought in some parts of the world and increase the risk of heavy rainfall and flooding in others. But despite La Ni?a?s cooling influence, temperatures over land areas are expected to be above average between September and November, especially in the northern hemisphere, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
La Ni?a...

Upgraded NWP system empowers global tropical cyclone prediction - China Meteorological Administration

6.9.2021|Vreme

On September 1, CMA?s independently developed global assimilation forecast system GRAPES_GFS completed upgrading.Using this system, CMA has carried out prediction for the track and gale of hurricane Ida and Nora from August 28 UT.?After the upgrading of GRAPES_GFS, the tropical cyclone forecast scope of World Meteorological Centre (Beijing) is expanded from Northwest Pacific and the South China Sea to the entire world.
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CMA releases the first set of images captured by FY-3E satellite - China Meteorological Administration

6.9.2021|Vreme

On September 2, the images of Fengyun-3E meteorological satellite (hereafter referred to as FY-3E satellite) is released for the first time, which is about the sun from the perspective of the satellite.?The released images include solar EUV images, animation images for multiple days, X-ray images, ultraviolet-short wave infrared band refined spectral irradiance images.?FY-3E satellite was lifted off on July 5, 2021. It is the first early morning orbit meteorological satellite for civil use in the world.
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Normal to above-normal rainfall forecast for much of southern Africa

6.9.2021|Vreme

The bulk of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is likely to receive normal to above-normal rainfall between?October to December 2021 and January to March 2022, according to the climate outlook for the rainy season issued by weather and climate experts and supported by the WMO community.
A statement released at the end of the 25th annual Southern Africa Climate Outlook Forum (SARCOF), forecast that the bulk of the SADC Region is likely to receive good rainfall during the next agricultural season. The period October to March is the main rainfall season over most of...

The SouthWest Pacific region emphasizes the importance of the ocean

6.9.2021|Vreme

During the RAV Session (September 1-3, 2021), a special side event explored the needs, the gaps and identified priorities in ocean matters for this unique ?Oceania? region.
Over 150 participants joined, beginning the conversation about a ?regional ?roadmap? for collaboration on ocean matters. This was timely after the official start of the UN Ocean Decade of Science for Sustainable Development(2021 to 2030)?.
With his deep knowledge of the region, Mr. Arona Ngari (Director of Cook Island Met Service, the former President of RA V (2002-2010), the PR of Cook Islands for WMO...

What do Poles expect from weather forecasts? - IMGW

6.9.2021|Vreme

Recent weeks and the tragic events in Western Europe have shown how fundamental climate and weather are. The ability to obtain reliable information, correctly interpret forecasts and read signs in nature are becoming indispensable features of modern society. That is why we are glad that, as IMGW-PIB, we have conducted the first such extensive research in Poland on the knowledge of Polish women and Poles about weather phenomena, climate change, forecasts and natural hazards.?Are Poles interested in weather forecasts? It is difficult to answer this question directly. However, we certainly...

WMO Air Quality and Climate Bulletin released for Clean Air Day

3.9.2021|Vreme

3 September 2021 (WMO) - The COVID-19 lockdown and travel restrictions led to a dramatic short-lived fall in emissions of key air pollutants in 2020, especially in urban areas. Many city dwellers saw blue skies instead of the pollution cloud. But the reduction was not uniformly spread across all regions or all types of pollutants. And many parts of the world still fell short of air quality guidelines, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), which was , which was released for the?International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies on 7 September.
The Air...

WMO publishes first Air Quality and Climate Bulletin

3.9.2021|Vreme

3 September 2021 (WMO) - The COVID-19 lockdown and travel restrictions led to a dramatic short-lived fall in emissions of key air pollutants in 2020, especially in urban areas. Many city dwellers saw blue skies instead of the pollution cloud. But the reduction was not uniformly spread across all regions or all types of pollutants. And many parts of the world still fell short of air quality guidelines, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
The Air Quality and Climate Bulletin ? the first of its kind issued by WMO ? highlights the main factors that...

Voting opens for the best climate change photo

1.9.2021|Vreme

European Environment Agency’s (EEA) photo competition ‘Climate Change PIX’ invited participants to depict what climate change looks like in Europe and how people are responding to it. Starting today, you can be part of selecting the winner of the Public Choice Award.

Drier and warmer season forecast across Eastern Africa

27.8.2021|Vreme

A drier than usual season is forecasted across Eastern Africa from October to December 2021. In particular, in Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, southern, central, and north-western Somalia, southern and south-eastern Ethiopia, and the Red Sea coast of northern Eritrea. Of particular concern are the drier than usual conditions forecasted over the cross-border areas of Kenya and Somalia, according to IGAD's Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC).
The upcoming rainfall season, October to December, is an important season for Uganda, Kenya, northern Tanzania, southern and central...

Asia-Pacific needs to tackle overlapping crises

26.8.2021|Vreme

The Asia-Pacific region needs to step up efforts to prepare for and tackle complex, overlapping crises in order to increase the resilience of its people as well as its economies, with climate change threatening to dwarf the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic, a key meeting of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific has heard.
?Notwithstanding the progress made by many countries in devising more robust systems of early warning and responsive protection - with far fewer people dying as a result of natural disasters - the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that?...

Climate change made floods in Western Europe more likely

24.8.2021|Vreme

Climate change has made extreme rainfall events similar to those that led to last month?s floods in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg between 1.2 and 9 times more likely to happen, according to a rapid attribution study by an international team of climate scientists, which also found that such downpours in the region are now 3-19% heavier because of human-caused warming.
The results reinforce the conclusions of the new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which said there is now unequivocal evidence that humans are warming the planet?s climate and...

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