The raspberries believes spring has begun now. They have started to bloom and have no idea that the cold temperatures may come in an instant.
The earliest I have ever seen the cormorant snake has been around the first week of April. I could never imagine meeting snakes in January.
There is almost 50 degrees in temperature difference between Kautokeino in Finnmark and Tafjord in Møre og Romsdal. And in Stryn they released the cows this weekend!
The birds are singing, the flowers are germinating and the snow is not visible. January is record-breaking in several places in the country and Oslo sets a new snow-free record.
Several rainfall records in Nordland have already been struck. Now a warning has been sent out for even more of the same. - We are in the top tier of what we have measured by rainfall over the last 100 years, says meteorologist Bente Wahl.
During the first weeks of the year, the beekeeper from Tønsberg has registered that several bees have flowed out of the cube. It really shouldn't happen until March.
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Mayor Clyde Ramoth says frozen pipes are a chronic problem due to issues with the initial installation of the above-ground water system. The warming climate isn’t making things any easier.
It's January 15th and the first signs of spring are here. The biologist found a snail in the garden, and in the flower box of the meteorologist sprout and grow it. Both are concerned.
US Senator Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reports her observation of air temperatures reaching 70 degrees Farenheit (21 degrees Celsius) in January of 2020.
Warm temperatures bring novel rain event in Northern Sweden.
November is typically the wettest and stormiest month of the year here on Vancouver Island, but not this year. If it seemed drier than usual, you would be right.
Storm event brought high winds and flooding and landslides to Ensenada.
City deals with impact of early-season snowstorm on roads, energy grid, tree canopy.
The last time it was this cold was in 1916, with a low temperature of -0.6°C.”
"During my childhood, Mt. Arrowsmith and surrounding peaks tended to have a fair amount of snow cover; it was into the summer months before it totally disappeared."
The Meteorological Institute (MET) is currently registering an unusual phenomenon around Svalbard, unusually large amounts of sea ice.
Nearly 1,000 water damages have been reported following the heavy rainfall night to Sunday.
The summer rain broke a hundred-year-old record.
Heavy rainfall in western Norway resulted in floods, raids, evacuations and several road closures. At E16, 19 people were trapped as both sides of the tunnel collapsed.
Several trains have been delayed and canceled due to the storm.