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Current warnings, advices and remarks:

Sat, 04 July 2020, 21:00 CEST
Heavy rain (04 - 09 July 2020)

Strong convective precipitation due to the southeast asian monsoon lead to severe floodings! Over 250 mm in the next three days in parts of South Japanese! more


Recent Analyses:

Tue, 23 Jun 2020
Thunderstorms (13 - 19 Jun)

In mid-June an almost stationary low pressure system caused severe thunderstorms in Germany and Central Europe. Locally over 60mm/24h came together, during thunderstorms even 20-40 mm/1h. more

Fri, 22 May 2020
Tropical Cyclone (16 - 21 May)

AMPHAN reached 1-min sustained winds of 260 kph and tied GONU (2007) for the strongest tropical cyclone in the North Indian Ocean on record. Precipitation up to 261 mm/24h. more

Mon, 13 Apr 2020
Tropical Cyclone (02 - 10 Apr)

HAROLD reached Category 5 intensity and penetrated the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, the Fiji Islands and Tonga. 1-minute sustained winds of up to 270 kph and 213 mm/24h. more

Tue, 17 Mar 2020
Mild, wet, stormy winter (01 Dec - 29 Feb)

Several phases of long lasting mild weather caused by low pressure areas made the recent winter season in Central Europe to one of the warmest ever recorded. more


Latest major events / CEDIM FDA reports / short reports:

Thu, 27 Feb 2020 - FDA Report (in German)
Extreme Winter Storms, Central Europe (09 - 17 Feb 2020)

Within 10 days, several extreme low pressure systems developed on the North Atlantic Ocean. Storm damage was recorded from Iceland to the Alps. Additionally, flooding did also occur. more

Tue, 04 Feb 2020 - FDA Report (in German)
Heavy Rain / Flooding, Germany (02 - 04 Feb 2020)

Over two days of continuous rain, totalling more than 200 mm, led to rapidly swelling streams and rivers, especially in southern Germany. Many of them were in flood stage. more

Fri, 24 Jan 2020 - FDA Report
Heat / Drought / Wildfires, Australia (2019/2020)

In 2019, the continent of Australia experienced its warmest and driest year since recordings began in 1910. The extreme heat and other climate drivers triggered devastating forest fires. more


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