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Air temperature anomalies for Croatia in 2014.
The average annual air temperature in Croatia for 2014 was above the multi-annual average (1961-1990). Average annual air temperature anomalies were within the range from 1.1C to 2.5C.

According to percentile ranks and classification ratings, thermal conditions in Croatia for the year 2014 have been described by dominant category extremely warm (whole Croatia).




Precipitation amounts for Croatia in 2014.
An analysis of the annual precipitation amounts for the year 2014 expressed as percentages (%) of 1961-1990 average, shows that these precipitation amounts in Croatia at all studied stations were above the mentioned average. A comparison with the multi-annual average reveals that corresponding precipitation amounts for the year 2014 where within the range from 127 to 175% of the mentioned average for this year.

Within the category wet there is the part of the Southern Adriatic while Eastern Croatia, an area in the hinterland of the Middle Adriatic as well as parts of Northern and Southern Adriatic fall under the category very wet. The remaining part of Croatia is within the dominant category extremely wet.




The average annual air temperature for the Zagreb-Grič Observatory
In addition to the cited, a comparison of the average annual air temperature for the Zagreb-Grič Observatory during the period 1862-2014 indicates that the year 2014 is on par with the year 2000 as the warmest year on record (for the Zagreb-Grič Observatory the average annual air temperature for the year 2014 is 13.8C). Above cited indicates the fact that the air temperature trend in Croatia is in accordance with the global warming trend with a certain inter-annual fluctuations.

Average annual air temperature for the Zagreb-Grič Observatory during the period 1862-2014.

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