Freitag, 3. August 2018
Meteorological report for July (Maribor)
In July there was a similar weather as in June. The weather changed day by day. Compared to previous years, this July was completely untypical. The first part of the month was colder, with more precipitation, and the second part of the month was much warmer and with less precipitation.
The difference between the highest (31st July) and the lowest (1st and 2nd July) measured temperature in the month was as high as 21.1 °C.
The average monthly temperature was also significantly higher than the average of the period from 1981 to 2010 – it was 21.54 °C, and it was 0.54 °C higher than the long-term average. The long-term average for July is 21.0 °C in Maribor. The average temperature fluctuated weekly (for 5 to 6 days, it was growing and then dropped again). The difference between the average temperature of the coldest (July 11) and the warmest (July 31) day was 10.05 °C. There were also great differences between night and day temperatures, up to 16 °C, which is similar to that in May and June.
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 was only six days below 25 °C, sixteen days above 25 °C, and nine days above 30 °C. The lowest temperature in July was 12.1 °C, and the highest temperature was 33.2 °C. In the first seven months, the average temperature was 0.69 °C higher than the long-term average.

Precipitation data show that there was less precipitation in July. In July, only two-thirds of the precipitation dropped, as is the long-standing average. The measuring device detected 63.6 mm of precipitation, which is much less as long as the long-term average (94 mm of precipitation). In the first seven months, 55 mm more precipitation fell than the long-term average. In the first seven months we recorded as much as 105 precipitation days, almost half of all days (49.53 %).

The average relative humidity in July was 68.72 %, which is similar to the months of May and June. Given the many precipitation days, this was expected.

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