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#1 Michael Fishermans Friend

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Posted 04 October 2005 - 21:09

I'll try and do this on a daily basis if possible, these temps will be important towards the winter if we do get any continental influences!

Hope this will be of use: 4th October

Berlin: Max 18C/64F
Helsinki: (Finland) 15C/59F
Kiev: (Ukraine) 22C/72F
Moscow: 18C/64F
Murmansk (Russia, Barents) 8C/46F
Narsssarssuaq: (Greenland) 0C/32F
Oslo: 17C/63F
Reykjavik: (Iceland) 10C/50F
Warsaw: 17C/63F

All data provided by Accuweather.com

Edited by Timmy H, 04 October 2005 - 21:12 .

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Posted 05 October 2005 - 18:42

Here are todays highs!

5th October 2005

Berlin: 19C/66F
Helsinki: 17C/63F
Kiev: 20C/68F
Moscow: 13C/55F
Murmansk: 11C/52F
Narssarssuaq (Greenland): 0C/32F
Oslo: 12C/54F
Reykjavik: 7C/45F
Warsaw: 17C/63F

All data provided by AccuWeather.com
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Posted 05 October 2005 - 18:48

thanks Timmy.
It will be interesting to watch the changes.
Any chance of plotting graphs of them? I know its a lot of extra work but your could superimpose one or wto maybe 3 together that way.

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Posted 05 October 2005 - 18:55

I will try and perhaps give some form of data over 10 day periods with anomolies for each city/town. At present looking mild/very mild over Russia/Siberia.
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Posted 05 October 2005 - 19:09

good idea timmy,lets hope these temps tumble( if your a cold/snow lover) :D
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Posted 05 October 2005 - 19:48

Here is the anomaly map for East Europe + W Russia. It should automatically update:

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Posted 05 October 2005 - 19:50

The 30-day max/min temperatures and departures from the mean at Moscow.

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Posted 05 October 2005 - 21:44

tks for those Dave, v informative, and it will be interesting to see how the charts change.
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Posted 06 October 2005 - 19:14

Today's maxes!

October 6th 2005:

Berlin: 20C/68F
Helsinki: 13C/55F
Kiev: 16C/61F
Moscow: 12C/54F
Murmansk: 11C/55F
Narssarssuaq (Greenland): -2C/28F
Oslo: 13C/55F
Reykjavik: 8C/46F
Warsaw: 17C/63F

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 17:59

All looking on the mild side, apart from Reykjavik.
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Posted 07 October 2005 - 18:50

Todays highs for 7th October are as follows:

Berlin: 19C/66F
Helsinki: 15C/59F
Kiev: 16C/61F
Moscow: 11C/52F
Murmansk: 11C/52F
Narssarssuaq (Greenland): -1C/30F
Oslo: 12C/54F
Reykjavik: 7C/45F
Warsaw: 20C/68F

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 19:21

Something wrong with the max at Reykjavik, it was +5C according to Weatheronline and none of the METARS show it higher than this...

Anyway, watch out for some negative max's there over the next few days as some -10C 850hPa air works its way across Iceland. :o
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Posted 07 October 2005 - 19:46

Something wrong with the max at Reykjavik, it was +5C according to Weatheronline and none of the METARS show it higher than this...

Anyway, watch out for some negative max's there over the next few days as some -10C 850hPa air works its way across Iceland.  :o

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 19:46

Possibly right Dave, maybe a discrepancy with AccuWeather mate! - I think there will be variables. :o

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 18:55

Today's top heavies in selected cities are as follows

Saturday 8th October:

Berlin: 19C/66F
Helsinki: 13C/55F
Kiev: 15C/59F
Moscow: 12C/54F
Murmansk: 12C/54F
Narssarssuaq (Greenland): 1C/34F
Oslo: 12C/54F
Reykjavik: 5C/41F
Warsaw: 21C/70F :)

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Posted 09 October 2005 - 19:05

9th October 2005 - maxes are:

Berlin: 19C/66F
Helsinki: 15C/59F
Kiev: 15C/59F
Moscow: 14C/57F
Murmansk: 12C/54F
Narssarssuaq: 2C/36F
Oslo: 12C/54F
Reykjavik: 3C/37F
Warsaw: 17C/63F

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Posted 10 October 2005 - 15:18

Cheers Tim,

Cooling down in Iceland. The maps I posted have updated, but still show relatively mild weather across E Europe and W Russia. Fingers crossed this will change over the next week or so! :)
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Posted 10 October 2005 - 20:15

Todays highs (10th October) are as follows:

Berlin: 18C/54F
Helsinki: 15C/59F
Kiev: 15C/59F
Moscow: 15C/59F
Murmansk: 12C/54F
Narssarssuaq: 1C/34F
Oslo: 13C/55F
Reykjavik: 2C/36F
Warsaw: 20C/68F (Hottie again!)

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Posted 10 October 2005 - 21:06

<_< above 20c again if it carrys on that way the cet in warsaw will be at a all time high :o
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Posted 11 October 2005 - 20:13

The continental cooling process continues to be painfully slow if at all!

Here are todays Highs - Tuesday 11th October:

Berlin: 19C/66F
Helsinki: 16C/61F
Kiev: 17C/63F
Moscow: 16C/61F
Murmansk: 14C/57F
Narssarssuaq: 1C/34F
Oslo: 15C/59F
Reykjavik: 1C/34
Warsaw: 16C/61F

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