Unusually cold the waters of the Greek seas

 

The sea remains a cause for brave, as the waters in Greece and the Mediterranean Sea are still too cold, below what is expected for such a time. 

Negative deviation is the surface temperature of the sea from the normal for the season prices almost throughout the Mediterranean, including our country, according to meteorological meteorological service of the National Observatory of Athens. 

 

Satellite estimates based on Wednesday May 8 data show that the temperature varies between 16 and 17 degrees Celsius in the North Aegean, 18 to 19 in the South Aegean, and about 16-17 in the Ionian Sea, about one to two degrees lower than normal prices for the first ten days of May.

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More generally, in the Mediterranean basin, satellite observations from 1982 to date show a slight but steady rise in sea temperatures every year, following the overwhelming atmosphere, especially in the eastern Mediterranean where the temperature of the water is now about two degrees Celsius higher than 1982.

Meanwhile, on land the maximum temperature in our country approached 25 degrees Celsius at midday on Wednesday 8 May. According to the network of automatic meteorological stations of the National Observatory of Athens, the highest maxims were recorded in Larissa (24.2), Trikala (24.1), Salamina (23.7), Makrakomi (23.4) and Sindos (23.4).

source – www.protothema.gr
 
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The low temperatures and strong winds in our country that prevailed over the past period also affect the sea with a few days’ difference, leading to a negative deviation after many months in 2018 and early 2019 when the surface temperature of the Greek seas was close to the average of the past 11 years

 

The sea remains a cause for brave, as the waters in Greece and the Mediterranean Sea are still too cold, below what is expected for such a time. 

Negative deviation is the surface temperature of the sea from the normal for the season prices almost throughout the Mediterranean, including our country, according to meteorological meteorological service of the National Observatory of Athens. 

 

Satellite estimates based on Wednesday May 8 data show that the temperature varies between 16 and 17 degrees Celsius in the North Aegean, 18 to 19 in the South Aegean, and about 16-17 in the Ionian Sea, about one to two degrees lower than normal prices for the first ten days of May.

20190508_sst_anom
 

The low temperatures and strong winds in our country that prevailed over the past period also affect the sea with a few days’ difference, leading to a negative deviation after many months in 2018 and early 2019 when the surface temperature of the Greek seas was close to the average of the past 11 years. 

More generally, in the Mediterranean basin, satellite observations from 1982 to date show a slight but steady rise in sea temperatures every year, following the overwhelming atmosphere, especially in the eastern Mediterranean where the temperature of the water is now about two degrees Celsius higher than 1982.

Meanwhile, on land the maximum temperature in our country approached 25 degrees Celsius at midday on Wednesday 8 May. According to the network of automatic meteorological stations of the National Observatory of Athens, the highest maxims were recorded in Larissa (24.2), Trikala (24.1), Salamina (23.7), Makrakomi (23.4) and Sindos (23.4).

 
ammoudi-rethymno-paralys-1

The low temperatures and strong winds in our country that prevailed over the past period also affect the sea with a few days’ difference, leading to a negative deviation after many months in 2018 and early 2019 when the surface temperature of the Greek seas was close to the average of the past 11 years

 

The sea remains a cause for brave, as the waters in Greece and the Mediterranean Sea are still too cold, below what is expected for such a time. 

Negative deviation is the surface temperature of the sea from the normal for the season prices almost throughout the Mediterranean, including our country, according to meteorological meteorological service of the National Observatory of Athens. 

 

Satellite estimates based on Wednesday May 8 data show that the temperature varies between 16 and 17 degrees Celsius in the North Aegean, 18 to 19 in the South Aegean, and about 16-17 in the Ionian Sea, about one to two degrees lower than normal prices for the first ten days of May.

20190508_sst_anom
 

The low temperatures and strong winds in our country that prevailed over the past period also affect the sea with a few days’ difference, leading to a negative deviation after many months in 2018 and early 2019 when the surface temperature of the Greek seas was close to the average of the past 11 years. 

More generally, in the Mediterranean basin, satellite observations from 1982 to date show a slight but steady rise in sea temperatures every year, following the overwhelming atmosphere, especially in the eastern Mediterranean where the temperature of the water is now about two degrees Celsius higher than 1982.

Meanwhile, on land the maximum temperature in our country approached 25 degrees Celsius at midday on Wednesday 8 May. According to the network of automatic meteorological stations of the National Observatory of Athens, the highest maxims were recorded in Larissa (24.2), Trikala (24.1), Salamina (23.7), Makrakomi (23.4) and Sindos (23.4).

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