Latest maximum air temperatures:
- Measured values
- From the measuring network
- The maximum air temperature is the highest temperature noted by the maximum thermometer. It regards a 24-hour period from 19:00 early in the evening local time (18 UTC) in the previous day to 19:00 (18 UTC) in the current day.
The data is measured in the network at NHMS measuring spots that have a synoptic working program. This program includes constant monitoring and measuring procedures every 3 hours, in the last 10 minutes of the period. Reports about the results are being made and are being sent to NHMS as an encrypted message. The terms are determined by the CMO rules, starting from 00:00 UTC (this is how the first time zone starting from the Greenwich meridian is noted; sometimes itis noted as GMT). Our local time is Central European Time, CET = UTC + 1, with the correction due to summer time (+1 hour during summer).
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