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PostSubject: Is summer over?   Wed Sep 14, 2011 3:16 pm

Orthodox Christians in Bulgaria celebrate the day of the Holy Cross on September 14, which is said to spell the end of the summer and the settling of the autumn but I don't see any signs of the summer ending does anyone else?
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PostSubject: Re: Is summer over?   Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:20 am

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Forecast for South-east European Centre for climate change shows that the coming winter will be very soft in some parts of the Balkan Peninsula, the average monthly temperatures will be about 5-6 degrees above normal.

According to this source and the three winter months will be overweight temperatures, monthly anomalies will be from 2-3 to more than 5 degrees in some regions, such as a large part of the Danube plain. Rainfall amounts as estimates of the Centre will be a normal, between 50 and 75 percent of them, and for some regions and less than 50 per cent (less than half of normal levels).

Other climatological and forecasting centres do not provide such unusual abnormalities in the winter months. According to NOAA (the U.S. agency for oceans and atmosphere) December will be even slightly colder than usual in our region and the two winter months will be within the normal range in relation to temperature. Similar or close to them are climatologists forecast for the Italian Mediterranean and the Balkans, and the Beijing Climate Centre in China.

As for the autumn months of this year, for them there is relative unanimity: September will be warmer than usual, it is true to some extent for October and November will be about normal. Forecast as the Belgrade climatologists would sound exotic to only 5 years ago, but relatively recently, the winter of 2006/2007 was very close to their forecast for the coming.

Then the January temperatures in the Danube plain in some places were more than 5-7 degrees above normal and the lowest measured temperatures in cities, where double-digit negative minimum temperatures are common, and some were even above zero degrees.

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PostSubject: Re: Is summer over?   Thu Sep 15, 2011 11:07 am

It sure doesn't feel like summer is over in my neck of the woods!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Is summer over?   Sun Sep 18, 2011 8:00 pm

No signs of summer :Sunny:being over here in fact I'm sure it getting warmer sss
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PostSubject: Re: Is summer over?   Sun Sep 18, 2011 8:20 pm

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No signs of summer :Sunny:being over here in fact I'm sure it getting warmer sss

g Fab!! we will be over on Sat and we need a bit of summer - not had much here in the UK and what there was of if I was working. So now :Angel2:the weather won't change.

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PostSubject: Re: Is summer over?   Sun Sep 18, 2011 9:42 pm

well, its quite warm right now, no heating and no jumpers, hot in the day and cooler at night but not cool enough for jumpers, warmer than usual for this time of year. in fact i would like it a little cooler still have the air con on at night. g s
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PostSubject: The sun has got his hat on   Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:24 pm

End of Bulgaria Summer Bliss Near as Mercury Falls

Weathermen have warned the end of the usually hot September bliss in Bulgaria is coming to an end as spells of cooler air are set to pass through the country on Tuesday, bringing down temperatures by more than 10 degrees C.

Tuesday night is expected to mark the change in the weather, with cool gusts of wind, coming from the West and North-West, where the change will be most palpable.

Highs are expected not to exceed 18-20 C high, a dramatic change in comparison with this weekend's sweltering heat. The middle of the week will also bring the first snow falls high up in the mountains.

Temperatures will rise for a short while during the holidays on September 22-25 only to fall again during the last days of the month.

There will be spells of rain across the country.

Weathermen have warned that this year in Bulgaria the winter is expected to set in earlier than usual - probably in November. But it but will also go away earlier than usual - at the end of January or in February.

This has been attributed to the increased intensity of La Nina over the Pacific south of the equator near Peru, affecting the global climate.

La Nina is a "
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of El Nino and is characterized by the lower temperature of the ocean water (in the case of El Nino it is the opposite).

Experts have found that over the last 10-15 years thanks to the impact of La Nina the amount of rains has decreased, but average temperatures have also fallen. Detailed observations show that in Eastern Europe the winter now comes and goes more quickly.

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