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2003 – October

The average air temperature of the Northern Hemisphere was 18.1° – this is a new absolute maximum of the average monthly temperature in October since 1891. For the fourth month in a row, i.e. since July, the average monthly temperature reaches the value of the absolute maximum. The average temperature in January-October 2003 — the second in the ranked row, yielding only to the similar value for 2002.

The average temperature is about 2° above normal. October 2003 in the top ten warmest since 1891g

Russia. European territory
Except for the western regions, it was quite warm everywhere. In the north of the territory, the average temperature exceeded the norm by 2° and more (in the Komi Republic — by 4°). Approximately the same anomalies were in the Volga region and in the North Caucasus. A lot of precipitation fell almost everywhere: more than two norms in the Murmansk region, in the north-west of the territory, in the Kuban and the Lower Volga.

Russia. Ural
Warm month. Almost everywhere the average monthly temperature is above the norm by 2-3°, and in the Perm region. — by 4°. In the Urals this year, only in July it was colder than usual, and in the rest of the year, warm weather clearly prevailed over cold. As a result, the average temperature of ten months is the second in the ranked series, second only to 1995g.

Russia. Siberia
A large center of positive anomalies formed in the north of Western Siberia, and October turned out to be very warm. The weather was mostly dry, with the exception of Transbaikalia and the adjacent regions, where the amount of precipitation for the month exceeded the norm by 1.5-2.0 times.

Russia. Far East
In the northern regions, the month was significantly anomalous and entered the top five warmest months over the past 100 years. In a number of regions, the anomalies of the average monthly temperature amounted to 4-5°. It was also warm in the south, but not so noticeable: anomalies in the Amur region, on Sakhalin and in Primorye – 1-1.5°. Precipitation exceeded the norm on the northern coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and in the Khabarovsk Territory, and in the rest of the territory – about the norm.

Western Europe
Very cold month. Almost throughout the territory, except for Greece and southern Italy, cold air prevailed for most of the month. In Bavaria, the thermometer dropped below -10°, and it was the coldest October in southern Germany since 1936, and according to the Institute of Meteorology of Finland, such a cold October has only been observed in this country for the fifth time in the last 100 years. In Germany, Sweden, Austria, and Belgium, the average monthly temperature anomalies ranged from -2° to -4°. In general, for Europe, last October rounded out the top six of the coldest over the past 100 years.
A lot of precipitation fell on the Iberian Peninsula – 3-4 norms. In the Alps at the beginning of the month there were heavy snowfalls, snow also fell in Germany and Finland. Heavy snowfall hit Turkey. It was so strong that during the day snowdrifts were up to half a meter high. Heavy rains took place in the Balkans, Greece and Eastern Europe. Here, in places, from 2 to 3.5 norms of precipitation fell in a month.

Central Asia and Kazakhstan
Abnormally warm month. In the western regions of Kazakhstan, in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, the average monthly air temperature is 2.5-3.5° above the norm. With the exception of Kyrgyzstan and the Caspian territories, it was dry.

Near and Middle East
Abnormally hot weather. In the north of Arabia, in Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the average monthly temperature exceeded the norm by 2-3°. There were practically no precipitations.

China, Vietnam and Malaysia
A lot of precipitation fell in the east of China: in Beijing – 3.5 monthly norms. In the valleys of the Huang He and Wai He rivers, it has been raining almost continuously for the second month, which caused severe flooding – 25,000 hectares of land were flooded, 238,000 people had to be evacuated. In Malaysia and southern Vietnam, heavy rains and floods have destroyed tens of thousands of homes, washed away thousands of hectares of crops, and there are casualties.

North Africa
Extreme heat in the middle of the Sahara. The average monthly temperature in almost the entire territory is above the norm by 2-5°C. As a result, in the ranked series of average monthly October temperatures over the past 100 years, the past month ranks fourth.
In the middle of the month, thunderstorms hit the north of Algeria, dozens of people were carried away by the seething streams of water and died. The month was unusually rainy in Senegal (2-5 norms of precipitation per month) and in the north of the Gulf of Guinea (2-3 norms). The rains on the Canary Islands were not conducive to rest. Here, 2-3 norms of precipitation fell in a month.

The entire territory of Canada was under the influence of a huge center of very large positive temperature anomalies. In the north-west of the country, their values ​​reached – 4-6 °. Only once since the beginning of the 20th century, namely in 1995, October was warmer here. Precipitation was mostly normal or slightly more.

United States of America
Only in the east of the country the month was cold (anomaly -1.4° in Washington), and the rest of the territory was warm, especially in the west, where the anomalies were 2-4°. Such a warm October in the United States happens about once every 10 years.
In the states of Washington and British Columbia, there were heavy rains that caused floods. October 21, 2003 in Seattle turned out to be the “wettest” in the history of this city since 1891. – 128 mm of precipitation fell per day. It also rained along the Atlantic coast, and rainfall here for the month was about the norm, and in some places even more. A severe drought continues in the west of the country, causing unprecedented wildfires in California.
In Alaska, as in Canada, it was the warmest October since 1900 except on 1995g. The average temperature of the first ten months of 2003 in Alaska is the highest.

Since the beginning of the month, the country has been hit by tropical storms and hurricanes from the Pacific Ocean.
Hurricane Nora appeared here on October 1st, Hurricane Olaf on October 3rd, and then Tropical Storm Laney. The downpours caused severe flooding. In many regions, the monthly precipitation norms are exceeded by 2-4 times.

In the Atlantic Ocean, for the fourth month in a row, the average monthly temperature of the ocean surface reaches an absolute maximum value. Moreover, in October the previous maximum was immediately exceeded by 0.3°, and the ocean surface temperature in the Northern Hemisphere turned out to be 1.0° above the norm. At the same time, for the first time since October last year, the temperature in the north of the ocean did not reach an absolute maximum. Thus ended the 12-month period (X.2002-IX.2003) of extremely high temperatures in this part of the ocean. Subtropical, tropical and equatorial latitudes made the greatest contribution to achieving the absolute maximum of the mean monthly water temperature on the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, where the highest temperatures were observed for the first time in about 50 years.