SUMMER SEASON 2014

Summer 2014 in north-central Italy has been generally fresh, with a limited number of sunny days due to the reduced frequency of occurrence of high pressure ridges, and tem-perature lower than the 1961-’90 climatological values for two thirds of the seasons.
The precipitation exceeded, often abundantly, the expected climatological values.

 

CLIMATE IN NORTH-CENTRAL ITALY DURING WINTER 2015-2016

In North Central Italy, winter 2015-’16 was characterised by intense climate anomalies, with very mild temperatures, well above average, but average cumulated precipitation which resulted from an extremely dry start of season and a rainy February.
Precipitations were almost absent starting from the end of October up to the end of January, and these conditions caused some issues among the winter tourism stakeholders and raised the level of attention of water management agencies both at regional and at Po basin level…

 

published on
Neve e Valanghe agosto 2016

 

 

2015: THE WARMEST YEAR IN NORTH-CENTRAL ITALY

During the year 2015, the global climate presented several intense anomalies, observed by the monitoring networks. In particular it was noted that 2015 was the hottest year on records, globally speaking, with very intense monthly thermal anomalies. The meteorological offices of the regions contributing to the Working Group on Climate ARCIS present a descriptions of the major climate anomalies observed in North-Central Italy in 2015.

 

published on
Ecoscienza 2 2016

 

 

WINTER SEASON 2013/2014

Exceptional precipitation amounts and mild temperatures: these are the main characteristics of the winter season 2013-’14, making it one of the most anomalous winters of the last 60 years over North-Central Italy, as described by the climate report by the ArCIS working group.

 

published on
Neve & Valange by INEVA