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Zack Labe
Unlike April, warmth has been centered over the United States and central Canada this month. It has also been quite warm in Scandinavia. Coldest conditions (relative to average) were found over the Canadian Arctic and Greenland. Real-time climate maps:
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Esko Pettay 29 May 18
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This will end up being the warmest May on record in Finland. We've already had a record number of days exceedig 25°C. High forest fire risk and already some damages for farmers due to drought.
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Zack Labe 29 May 18
Replying to @EPettay
Unfortunately, above average temperatures are likely to continue for at least the next week over the region
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Malena Ernman 29 May 18
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Average temp in Stockholm in may is 10C. This year we re heading for 15,7C...
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Georg Bungard 29 May 18
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Here in Sweden its been the warmest may in a very long time, quite often warmer than in Mediterranean Spain
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Ruth Mottram 30 May 18
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Same in Denmark & Netherlands too..
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Stefan Kirchner 30 May 18
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Crazy warm even north of the circle in northernmost .
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tro 29 May 18
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Cooling trend keeps moving.
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Mark Dawes 29 May 18
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Two questions. Looks like hot spots over the arctic and Antarctic. Real or just a figment on the map? Also what does this early extreme heat portend for summer patterns?
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Polar Portal 30 May 18
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And Germany, at least in the north. Following a record-warm April.
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