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Spring temperatures in particular have increased in northern Fennoscandia

Spring temperatures in particular have increased in northern Fennoscandia

According to a recent study, springs and autumns in northern areas have warmed significantly over the past 100 years. Similarly, warm extreme weather phenomena have become more widespread and cold extreme phenomena have become rarer.

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Kirsti Jylhä, FMI, tel. +358 50 433 6554, kirsti.jylha@fmi.fi
Sonja Kivinen, UEF, tel +358 40 588 4185, sonja.kivinen@uef.fi
Sirpa Rasmus, JYO, tel. +358 40 528 2585, sirpa.rasmus@jyu.fi
Mikko Laapas, FMI, tel. +358 50 412 2390, mikko.laapas@fmi.fi

Kivinen, S., Rasmus, S., Jylhä, K., Laapas, M. Long-Term Climate Trends and Extreme Events in Northern Fennoscandia (1914–2013). Climate 20175, 16.

http://www.mdpi.com/2225-1154/5/1/16


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