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  • 1. Akureyri - weather station - information

    highlands - Uninhabited part of Iceland More Akureyri - weather station - information NameAkureyri TypeManned synoptic station Station number422 WMO number4063 Abbreviationak Forecast regionNorth East(na) Location65°41.135', 18°06.014 /weather/stations/
  • 2. Strong gales

    in town in 2002. At Stórhöfði, the famous synoptic weather station located on Heimaey island's southern tip, the automatic weather station recorded wind-speed* of 44.6 m/s and gusts of 52.7 m/s, the highest since it was set up in 2004. However, that time-span is short compared to 90 years of manned observation at Stórhöfði. New records were also set here at the IMO website during the course /about-imo/news/nr/1732
  • 3. Strong gales

    at the height of the storm, setting new wind records since automatic measurements began in town in 2002. At Stórhöfði, the famous synoptic weather station located on Heimaey island's southern tip, the automatic weather station recorded wind-speed* of 44.6 m/s and gusts of 52.7 m/s, the highest since it was set up in 2004. However, that time-span is short compared to 90 years of manned observation /about-imo/news/nr/1732/
  • 4. A new absolute minimum temperature record

    of synoptic stations measuring temperature has decreased rapidly after 2004. A few of the remaining stations registered new minima for May during the present cold spell. These stations, except one, have only been in operation since 1988 or later. At the other synoptic stations the present minima did not exceed earlier records. Most of these originate from a cold spell in early May 1982. One station /about-imo/news/nr/2691
  • 5. ved-eng-2011

    anomalies (m/s) in 2011. All synoptic weather stations. Reference period: 1961 to 1990. Wind direction The prevalent wind direction was close to average during the year as a whole but individual months were highly anomalous. Southerly winds were much more prevalent than on the average in April and northerly winds unusually prevalent in June. Vector wind anomalies /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2011.pdf
  • 6. The weather in Iceland 2011

    in the central inland on 11 February, 46.9 m/s. The highest gust was measured at Gagnheiði 22 December, 60.1 m/s. Wind speed anomalies Monthly wind speed anomalies (m/s) in 2011. All synoptic weather stations. Reference period: 1961 to 1990. Wind direction The prevalent wind direction was close to average during the year as a whole but individual months were highly anomalous. Southerly /weather/articles/nr/2439
  • 7. Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92

    gauge data used in this study and how simulated precipitation compares to observations. Following is a comparison of modelled discharge to observed discharge and concluding re- marks. RAIN GAUGE DATA The dynamic downscaling of ECMWF data, using version 3–7–3 of the MM5 model, has been compared to precipitation observations from synoptic stations for the sub-period 1987 2003. Precipitation is measured /media/ces/Paper-Olafur-Rognvaldsson_92.pdf
  • 8. QA on the eruption in Eyjafjallajökull 2010

    in the lowland and in the mountains can be considerable. Wind-chill and wetness (rain, snow or blowing snow) are always a potential hazard, as sudden weather changes are more common on higher ground than in the lowland. How do I find information on present weather in Iceland? For the present weather one can view the newest synoptic analysis with observations plotted according to WMO standards. Latest /earthquakes-and-volcanism/articles/nr/1880
  • 9. The weather in Iceland 2013

    Wind direction (vector) The wind observations at the synoptic stations are decomposed to an easterly (positive) and northerly (positive) components and averages calculated and compared to the 1961 - 1990 mean. The easterly wind was more persisting in January and March than the average, but westerly winds in August, September and November. The northerly wind component was above average in March /weather/articles/nr/2824
  • 10. ved-eng-2013

    and power outages in many parts of the country. Wind direction (vector) The wind observations at the synoptic stations are decomposed to an easterly (positive) and northerly (positive) components and averages calculated and compared to the 1961 - 1990 mean. The easterly wind was more persisting in January and March than the average, but westerly winds in August, September and November. The northerly /media/vedurstofan/utgafa/skylduskil/ved-eng-2013.pdf

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