March 2017 temperature anomalies

Figure 1 – Courtesy of NOAA/NCEP Reanalysis

You can see why the southeast of England had the highest regional temperatures in the UK during March, it was thanks to that warm anomalous area (+6°C) centred over Eastern Europe, but once again the central Atlantic was a little cooler than average. The central United States had another warm month (+6°C) but most parts of Russia were even warmer, with a massive +12°C anomaly over Novaya Zemlya.

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