Vremenska napovedTrenutne razmerePadavine in opozorilaVodne razmereVreme SlovenijaHribi in smučiščaPrometne informacijePotresi

Novice/Vreme

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...

The Fifth International Training Course on Tropic Cyclone Monitoring and Forecasting held online - China Meteorological Administration

21.12.2020|Vreme

From December 9 to 11, the Fifth International Training Course on Tropic Cyclone Monitoring and Forecasting was held online by the China Meteorological Administration (CMA). The training course focused on enhancing the operational capabilities of tropical cyclone forecasters from ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee (TC) and Panel on Tropical Cyclones (PTC) Members.?This training has enrolled 92 participants who came from Myanmar, Malaysia, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Yemen, Qatar, Pakistan, Somali, Oman, and so on.
Read more >>

Un otoño cálido y seco cierra una década en la que se agolpan los récords cálidos

17.12.2020|Vreme

En los ?ltimos diez a?os, todos los oto?os han presentado temperaturas superiores a lo normal. 2020 es, hasta mediados de diciembre, el a?o m?s c?lido en Espa?a de la serie hist?rica. Los r?cords c?lidos han sido 18 veces m?s frecuentes que los fr?os a lo largo del decenio que ahora termina. En Europa se ha vivido el oto?o y, muy probablemente, el a?o m?s c?lido en el continente desde 1880. El invierno astron?mico, que comenzar? el 21 de diciembre a las 11:02 hora oficial peninsular, ser? probablemente m?s c?lido de lo habitual en Espa?a, y m?s seco de lo normal en Canarias y la pen?nsula...

Impact-based forecast and warning services training in Vietnam

16.12.2020|Vreme

A five-day?World Meteorological Organization?(WMO)?Workshop on Impact-Based?Forecast?and Warning Services?(IBFWS)?was organized?in Vietnam.?The training workshop is?funded?through?the Climate Risk Early Warning System?(CREWS) fund?for the South East Asia and Pacific Small Islands States. The Workshop was organized by WMO in collaboration with Viet Nam Meteorological and Hydrological Administration (VNMHA) and with the participation of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)....

LXIII Perspectiva del Clima de América Central

16.12.2020|Vreme

Teniendo en cuenta la responsabilidad del CRRH-SICA de continuar emitiendo informaci?n para la toma de decisiones informadas en los sectores de la sociedad Centroamericana que as? lo requieran, y ante las actuales condiciones de la pandemia y las medidas adoptadas por los pa?ses para impedir la propagaci?n de la COVID-19 producida por el virus SARS-COV-2; se realiz? el Foro del Clima para Am?rica Central en modalidad virtual. Para esto, contamos con el apoyo de la Secretar?a General del Sistema de Integraci?n Centroamericana en el uso de su plataforma SICA Digital, lo cual permiti? al grupo...

The weather in Germany in November 2020 - Deutscher Wetterdienst

16.12.2020|Vreme

Offenbach, 30 November 2020 ? Persistent influence of high pressure over south-east Europe kept central Europe mostly free from low pressure areas, bringing a good 85 hours of sunshine and thus delivering the third-sunniest November in Germany since measurements began in 1951. This has been announced by the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD) after an initial analysis of the observations from its approximately 2000 measuring stations. November was also significantly too warm, as low pressure over the British Isles repeatedly sent mild air from a south-westerly direction to Germany. At the same time...

The weather in Germany in autumn 2020 - Deutscher Wetterdienst

16.12.2020|Vreme

Offenbach, 30 November 2020 ? In the autumn of 2020, many high-pressure areas often brought mild or moderately warm air to Germany. Only in October, the weather was changeable. Due to low-pressure areas, the weather was dominated by little sunshine, abundant precipitation and alternating mild and cool temperatures. It was not till the end of November that temperatures around zero and widespread night frosts signalled the beginning of winter. Overall, the autumn of 2020 was the fourth-warmest in Germany since 1881 with an average temperature of 10.3 degrees Celsius (?C), after 2006 (12.0 ?C),...

Turkish State Meteorological Service organized an amateur radio connection for students with the International Space Agency Astronaut

16.12.2020|Vreme

Thanks to Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS), students all around the world get a chance to communicate ISS crew onboard. Students get the opportunity to ask their questions in mind related to space, technology, engineering and science.?The organisation which WMO RTC Turkey also involved was the first direct contact with ISS. Turkish Amateur Satellite Technologies Organization (TAMSAT) provided technical services for connection under the mentorship of ARISS Europe. A successful connection to ISS accomplished on 9 October 2020, with the participation of H.E. Minister...

WMO announces winners of Weather Apps Awards and calendar competition

15.12.2020|Vreme

The World Meteorological Organization has announced the winners of a new Weather Apps Awards competition and its annual Calendar competition at a ceremony highlighting the cutting edge of science and technology and the power and beauty of nature.
The Weather Apps Awards Competition?recognizes excellence in ever-improving mobile-based applications, which have become the most widespread way for the public to access and use weather information.
Hundreds of weather apps are now available, with global, regional or local coverage. They are developed by both the private sector and public...

Climate Ambition Summit pledges more action

14.12.2020|Vreme

At a Climate Ambition Summit on 12 December, 75 leaders from all over the world unveiled new commitments and concrete plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to tackle ever-increasing climate change indicators and impacts.
The Summit was co-convened by the United Nations, the UK and France, in partnership with Italy and Chile, on the 5th anniversary of the Paris Agreement and marked a major milestone on the road to the crucial UN climate conference COP26 in Glasgow next November.
At a Climate Ambition Summit on 12 December, 75 leaders from all over the world unveiled new commitments...

Climate Ambition Summit pledges more action

14.12.2020|Vreme

At a Climate Ambition Summit on 12 December, 75 leaders from all over the world unveiled new commitments and concrete plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to tackle ever-increasing climate change indicators and impacts.
The Summit was co-convened by the United Nations, the UK and France, in partnership with Italy and Chile, on the 5th anniversary of the Paris Agreement and marked a major milestone on the road to the crucial UN climate conference COP26 in Glasgow next November.
At a Climate Ambition Summit on 12 December, 75 leaders from all over the world unveiled new commitments...

WMO supports Virtual High Mountain Summit

11.12.2020|Vreme

The World Meteorological Organization is supporting the First World Virtual High Mountain Summit, which is spearheaded by Colombia. It brings together?more than 50 participants from four continents?from the public and private sectors, academia, and civil society,?to discuss biodiversity and ecosystem services as well as climate variability and change.
The event is organized by Colombia?s Ministry of the Environment and Sustainable Development and its National Meteorological and Hydrological Service IDEAM. It coincides with International Mountain Day, which is celebrated...

MET Office conducts 2 days training for joint collection of traditional knowledge on weather and climate - Tonga

11.12.2020|Vreme

25th November, 2020?A two-day training, ending today (24 November 2020), has been led by the Tonga Meteorological Services involving staff from the Tonga MET Office, Climate Change Department, the Tonga Broadcasting Commission and Community Elders.?According to the Director, Mr. ?Ofa Fa?anunu said,?? In order for the Tonga MET Office to further improve its service provisions, it plans to implement impact-based forecasting in collaboration with its user sectors and communities to provide action-based information that will boost production, improve safety and contribute to...

MET Office conducts Multi-Hazard Early Warning Policy Consultations in Niuatoputapu and Tafahi - Tonga

11.12.2020|Vreme

10th?December, 2020?The Met Office is completing a series of public consultations with the Communities of Niuatoputapu this week. The consultations are part of the Multi-hazard Early Warning System (MHEW) Component of the Pacific Resilience Project (PREP) for the establishment of a MHEWS Policy for Tonga.?According to the Director of Meteorology, Mr. Ofa Fa?anunu??Cabinet on 18 September 2020 gave approval for a MHEWS Policy to be formulated for Tonga to better guide works associated with Early Warning and Preparedness to natural Disasters. So far we have conducted...

Arctic Report Card confirms climate change disruption

10.12.2020|Vreme

Climate change continues to disrupt the Arctic, with the second-highest air temperatures and second-lowest summer sea ice driving a cascade of impacts, including the loss of snow and extraordinary wildfires in northern Russia in 2020.
This is according to NOAA?s 15th Arctic Report Card, a compilation of original, peer-reviewed environmental observations and analyses by 133 scientists from 15 countries.
The sustained transformation to a warmer, less frozen and biologically changed Arctic remains clear, it concluded.
"Nearly everything in the Arctic, from ice and snow to human activity...

The ASEAN Climate Outlook Forum has issued its seasonal forecast

10.12.2020|Vreme

The ASEAN Climate Outlook Forum has issued its seasonal forecast for the boreal winter monsoon season, December ? January ? February, for Southeast Asia, taking into account the possible influence of the El Ni?o Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) on the climate system over the region.?For the upcoming December- January- February 2020/2021 (DJF 2020/2021) season, near-normal to above-normal rainfall is expected over much of the region (Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and southern parts of Myanmar and Viet Nam). The highest...

UNEP Emissions Gap report urges “green pandemic recovery”

9.12.2020|Vreme

A green pandemic recovery could cut up to 25 per cent off predicted 2030 greenhouse gas emissions and bring the world closer to meeting the 2?C goal of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, a new UN Environment Programme (UNEP) report finds.
UNEP?s annual?Emissions Gap Report 2020?finds that, despite a dip in 2020 carbon dioxide emissions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is still heading for a temperature rise in excess of 3?C this century.
However, if governments invest in climate action as part of pandemic recovery and solidify emerging net-zero commitments with...

2

Napoved vremena O teh straneh Zasebnost in piškotki Povezave Na vrh strani