The statistical analysis of the climatological data for the first 10 days of January 2017 in Split.
Behind us are the first 10 days of January, and given the tumultuous meteorological events that took place, Dalmacija News reports on a brief overview of the climatological air temperature from the official DHMZ meteorological station on Marjan in Split.
The average temperature for the first 10 days of this year’s January was 1.8 °C, which is 5.4 °C colder than the average in January from 1961 to 1990, and 6.3 °C cooler than the average in January from 1971 to 2000.
The last time it was cooler was in January 1985 when the average temperature was 0.4 °C, and in January 1963 the average temperature was the coldest at -1.4 °C!
It has been colder only twice in the month of February, where 2012 (the legendary Cyclone Gabor and snow in Dalmatia) had an average temperature of 0.6 °C, and February 1985 had an average temperature of 1.3 °C.
Only twice in the month of March has it been colder in Split, the first of which took place in March 1987 which had an average temperature of 1.4 °C, and the second being March 1971 where the average temperature was 1.6 °C.
December, however, has not seen such cold temperatures.