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Air temperature anomalies for Croatia in winter 2016/2017

The average winter air temperature (December 2016, January 2017, February 2017) in Croatia was mainly below the multi-annual average (1961 - 1990) while on some meteorological stations (Poreč, Rijeka, Split-Marjan and Dubrovnik) was on par with the mentoned average. Corresponding air temperature anomalies for winter 2016/2017 were within the range from -1.4°C to 0.9°C.

According to percentile ranks and classification ratings, thermal conditions in Croatia for winter 2016/2017 dominantly fall under the category normal with the exception of the wider area of the town of Daruvar which falls under the category cold.


Precipitation amounts for Croatia in winter 2016/2017

An analysis of the precipitation amounts for winter 2016/2017 expressed as percentages (%) of 1961 - 1990 average, shows that these precipitation amounts were mainly below the average. Corresponding precipitation amounts for winter 2016/2017 were within the range from 44% to 109% of multi-annual average for this season.

According to percentile ranks and classification ratings, the precipitation amounts for winter 2016/2017 have been described by the following categories: normal (part of the Northern Adriatic, the wider area of the town of Knin, part of the Southern Adriatic as well as Eastern Croatia), very dry (the wider areas of the towns of Bjelovar, Zagreb, Gospić and Split) and dry (the remaining part of Croatia).

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