According to weerplaza.nl, 5 weather stations across northern Holland have just busted all-time low temperature records for the month of July.
Since record books began, the daily-high has never been lower in the regions of Leeuwarden, Nieuw-Beerta, Lauwersoog, Hoorn, and Vlieland.
A max of just 13.7C was registered in Vlieland, smashing the village’s old record of 16.2C set in 2000.
Lauwersoog saw a new record low-max of 14.9C.
Nieuw-Beerta shivered through 14.7C.
Hoorn suffered 16.2C.
And finally, Leeuwarden’s previous record of 14.3C from 1978 was recently pipped by a reading of 14.1C.
One that narrowly missed out — Eelde’s reading of 14.2C came close to busting its all-time low-max of 14.0C which was set way back in 1909. Friday’s reading did however beat-out the next two coldest days: 2000’s 14.8C and 1978’s 15.1C.
The anomalous summer cold is persisting across the Netherlands, as well as across much of Europe for that matter. Temperature departures from look set to tumble 4C-12C below the seasonal average throughout July.
Even NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
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