Highest Temperature in Norway
Highest Temperature in Norway |Norway is the hottest day of the month in January with 19 degrees Celsius. In western Norway, abnormal temperatures were recorded during January. Where the temperature is generally below freezing at this time of year, a heatwave is moving. In one of the villages, Sandalsura, the temperature reached 19 degrees Celsius, while the monthly rate was 25 degrees Celsius. This is Norway’s warmest day so far since the weather records are being kept. While many are enjoying this warm weather, many are expressing concerns that this is another example of climate change. Roma Municipality Mayor Yun Wood said, ‘This is a new record here. Today people are out on the streets in T-shirts. ”He told the BBC that he himself dived into the sea today. He said, ‘Usually most people are skiing at this time but this is not the case today. ‘While this hot weather was a new thing, there are also concerns over the rise in temperature. The BBC’s weather forecast reporter Peter McArdle said temperatures in Cindalsora reached 17.4 degrees Celsius in January. He further said that “Skanda Scandinavia also recorded record temperatures for one month during December and January.” It has been hot. ‘The temperature in December was 18.3 centigrade in December and 18.9 centigrade in February.