Sonntag, 11. August 2019
Meteorological report for July (Maribor)
July was similar to June in terms of temperature. Fortunately, there were not many heat waves. High temperatures reduced precipitation throughout the month, occurring at regular intervals. Compared to July last year, temperatures were exactly the same, but there was twice as much precipitation as last July.
The difference between the highest (1th July) and the lowest (11th July) measured temperature in the month was as high as 23.8 °C.
The average monthly temperature was higher than the average of the period from 1981 to 2010, it was 21.65 °C and was 0.65 °C higher than the long-term average. The long-term average for July is 21.0 °C in Maribor. The average temperature was quite constant throughout the month, it was low only in the second week, even by five degrees. The difference between the average temperature of the coldest (8th July) and the warmest (25th July) day was as high as 9.85 °C. There were also great differences between night and day temperatures, ranging from 2.2 °C (28 th July) to 21.5 °C (1th July).
In July, the daily average temperature was thirteen times below the average of the period from 1981 to 2010 (21.0 °C). The maximum temperature for only one day did not exceed 20 °C, for twenty-five days it was above 25 °C, thereof for fourteen days it was above 30 °C. In July, we had one heat wave in Maribor (the temperature must be at least three days above 30 °C), which lasted for eight days. The lowest temperature in July was 12.0 °C, and the highest temperature was 35.8 °C. In the first seven months, the average temperature was 1.07 °C higher than the long-term average. According to the ARSO measurement method, which is official for the whole of Europe (measurements at 7, 14 and 21 hours) was 0.78 °C higher.

Precipitation data show that was much more precipitation in July than in June. In July fell 77 % more precipitation than in June, at the same time also more than the long-term average. The measuring device detected 130.2 mm of precipitation, which is higher as long as the long-term average (94 mm of precipitation). As compared to July 2018, there was twice as much precipitation. In the first seven months, 58 mm more precipitation fell than the long-term average. In the first seven months, fell 59.6 % of the long-term average precipitation. In comparison, last year only 3 mm less precipitation fell during this time.

The average relative humidity in July was 72.93 %, which is slightly higher than in June and more than in July 2018 (68.72 %). Given much more precipitation, this was expected.

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