Noen "foretrekker" tydeligvis at det kun snakkes om varmerekorder, men jeg kan dessverre ikke dy meg;
(Selvsagt kun av "lokal interesse" og "vær" så slipper vi kommetarer på det....)
Kaldeste sommer på hundre år i Moskva:
"Muscovites suffered the coldest summer on record this year, which drove them indoors to the malls to escape the rains.
The coldest August in a hundred years...."https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2019/08/29/moscow-summer-rains-send-shoppers-indoors-a67073
The coldest August in record-books stretching back over 150 years is currently gripping the city, with an average air temperature of just 12C (53.6F) –some 6C below the norm– being reported by themoscowtimes.com.
Moscow’s previous coldest August was way back in 1884, when the average air temperature for the month was 4C below the norm. https://electroverse.net/moscow-shivers-...-years-of-data/
Snørekord i Montana (for september 2019):
CNN) — Record amounts of snow have fallen in parts of Montana over the past few days -- and it's only September.
Great Falls, Montana, got 9.7 inches of snow Saturday, the highest one-day September snow amount for that city, followed by 9.6 inches Sunday, the second highest, the National Weather Service said.
But even higher amounts fell in other areas of Montana from Friday into Monday morning. Browning got a whopping 4 feet, according to the weather service. The Dupuyer area got 37 inches, and the Heart Butte area saw 34 inches.
"This has never happened, ever" in September, said Ray Greely with the weather service in Great Falls.
Great Falls' two-day accumulation of 19.3 inches of snow is the second highest recorded in that city for any time of the year, the weather service said, behind the 24.2 inches from April 27-28, 2009.
Temperatures in the Great Falls area are forecast to reach record or near-record lows Monday night, the weather service said.https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/29/us/september-snow-rockies-sunday-wxc/index.html