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Air temperature anomalies for Croatia in January 2015
The analysis of air temperature anomalies for January 2014 reveals that the average monthly air temperatures were above the multi-annual average (1961-1990). Corresponding air temperature anomalies were within the range from 0.9C to 4.5C.

According to percentile ranks and classification ratings, thermal conditions in Croatia for January 2015 have been described by following categories: normal (Zavižan as well as part of the Middle and Southern Adriatic), warm (part of the Northern, Middle and Southern Adriatic) and very warm (the remaining part of Croatia).


Precipitation amounts for Croatia in January 2015

An analysis of precipitation amounts for January 2015 given in percentages (%) of 1961-1990 average, shows that these precipitation amounts were on a larger number of studied stations above the average. In addition to the cited, the monthly precipitation amount for January 2015 for main meteorological station Šibenik (Middle Adriatic) was on par with the mentioned average. A comparison with the multi-annual average reveals that corresponding precipitation amounts for January 2015 were within the range from 55% to 206% of mentioned average for this month.

According to percentile ranks and classification ratings, precipitation amounts for January 2015 have been described by following categories: normal (wider area of the city of Zagreb, part of the Northern Adriatic as well as Middle and Southern Adriatic), wet (Eastern Croatia and part of Northern and Central Croatia), very wet (an area in Northeastern Croatia) and dry (part of the Northern Adriatic).

Number of days with snow cover ≥ 1 cm in January 2015 was within the range from 1 to 31 days while the maximum snow depth (88 cm) recorded at main meteorological station Zavižan (Northern Velebit).

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