Montag, 1. Juli 2019
Meteorological report for May (Maribor)
Was it May or April? This could be asked in terms of large amounts of precipitation. However, the temperatures were low compared to the long-term average. The difference between the highest (26th May) and the lowest (8th May) measured temperature in the month was 24.2 °C.
The average monthly temperature was lower than the average of the period from 1981 to 2010, it was 12.76 °C and it was 3.04 °C lower than the long-term average. The long-term average for May is 15.8 °C in Maribor.
In May, the daily average temperature was only seven times above the long-term average (15.8 °C). The maximum temperature was eleven times above 20 °C, thereof only two days above 25 °C. The lowest temperature in May was 1.9 °C and the highest temperature was 26.1 °C. In the first five months, the average temperature was 0.69 °C higher than the long-term average. According to ARSO, the measurement method, which is official for the whole of Europe (measurements at 7, 14 and 21 hours), was 0,43 °C higher.

Precipitation during May was very rich with rain. In May, there were twice as much rainfall as the long-term average. The measuring device detected 158.4 mm of precipitation, which is more as long as the long-term average (83 mm precipitation). In the first five months, was 55.2 mm more precipitation than the long-term average.

The average relative humidity in May was 74.50 %, which is slightly more than in April. This was expected due to much more precipitation.

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