Record cold in Moscow – Feels like mid-September

Moscow: The daily maximum of +14.7 is the lowest in history. The previous cold extremum was +16.1°C set in 1984.

With an average temperature of 18.9°C, July 31 is supposed to be the warmest of the year.

But this year, July 31 felt more like mid-September (+11.6), making it the coldest July 31 in 70 years.

According to the meteorological station VDNKh, which has been conducting observations since 1948, the former record for this day of +13.1°C belonged to 1968.

https://www.gismeteo.ru/news/klimat/33133-moskva-samyy-teplyy-den-leta-stal-samym-holodnym-za-70-let/

Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link


2 thoughts on “Record cold in Moscow – Feels like mid-September”

  1. It was also the coldest July for Moscow in 32 years. You won’t see these news in mass-media. Only what they talk is about heat waves and the melting of Arctic ice.

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