Freitag, 15. März 2019
Meteorological report for January (Maribor)
January is the central month of meteorological winter and is usually the coldest month of the year, which was not the case in January 2018, which was the third warmest January since the temperature has been measured in Slovenia. This year, January was more normal, although the temperatures were still too high.
The difference between the highest (January 17) and the lowest (January 26) measured temperature in the month was 23.3 °C.
The average monthly temperature was higher than the average of the period from 1981 to 2010, it was 0.17 °C and it was 0.27 °C higher than the long-term average. The long-term average for January is - 0.1 °C in Maribor. For comparison, in January 2018, the average temperature was 2.87 °C.
The difference in average temperature between the coldest (January 26) and the warmest (January 17) day was 12.38 °C.
In January, the average temperature was fourteen times below the long-term average (- 0.1 °C). The maximum temperature was three days above 10 °C, and only two days below 0 °C. The lowest temperature in January was - 9.6 °C and the highest temperature was 13.7 °C.

Precipitation data show that there was very little precipitation in January, which has been happening for more than half a year. The problem is that there were no snowfalls, which represent a stock of water for the spring months. There were seven rainy days, with 28.8 mm of precipitation, which is less as long as the long-term average (35 mm of precipitation). In January 2018, fell 44.4 mm of precipitation.

The average relative humidity in January was 77.22 %, which is less than in January 2018 (85.28%). Given the lower amount of precipitation this is normal. In January there was a significant fluctuation in air humidity, with only 55 % to 93 % of moisture.

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