Os locais mas quentes do sur de Espanha

Tópico em 'Climatologia' iniciado por Ferreiro 16 Fev 2011 às 14:02.

  1. mesogeiakos

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    We can see all non-islands cities temperatures are pretty much the same.
     
  3. Ferreiro

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    In that forum we don't see Alboran, Malaga Port or Fuengirola. That`s funny because Alboran, Malaga Port and Fuengirola are by far warmer than Seville Airport or Almeria Airport. Are they afraid of data from Coast of Malaga? :)
     
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    Dados oficiais de ontem 1 de março. Temperatura media de 14,6ºC em Malaga Puerto e 14,3ºC em Fuengirola. Isso é muito frío na costa de Malaga.

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    Murcia, Valencia e Baleares
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    Temperaturas maximas e minimas oficiais de ontem em Grecia.
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    Paleiohora (Creta)
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    Ademais mantenha em mente que estao comparando os aeroportos de Sevilla e Almeria com estaçaos localizadas no centro da cidade de Atenas. Uma cidade muito grande. Olhem no Google donde esta Gazi e Thiseio!!!

    É de climatología elemental que as estaçaos no centro das cidades tem temperaturas minimas muito mais altas que as estaçaos dos aeroportos. Mas nesse forum ingles nao o sabem!!! :lmao:
     
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    Ferreiro

    É possível colocar aqui as temperaturas de Málaga Puerto, durante todo o mês de Fevereiro e uma fotografia dessa estação?
    Obrigado!
     
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    Inicio um novo mês.

    Primeira coluna sao as temperaturas medias de fevereiro (somente desde o día 10 de fevereiro até o día 28 de fevereiro)

    Ultima coluna sao as temperaturas medias de março.


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  9. mesogeiakos

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    Dedalus,who are you kidding mate?Those stations started appearing online in January and Ian started the thread on September 2010.

    Those stations can manage 18 days or a maximum of 20 days WITH A HOT SPELL IN SPAIN to have higher averages than Greece,but for a period of one year SOUTH CRETE WILL CRUSH THEM DECISIVELLY ;)

    In the summer South Crete will have at least 27C mean min (according to the last decade) while your port of Malaga will try to reach 22C and will be unable:)


    Southern Crete is the leader of European heat Dedalus.The Iberian peninsula DOES NOT STAND A CHANCE :)

    I know that South Crete has caused you nightmares Dedalus from your Spanish forum,but the Iberian Peninsula will always remain COLDER to Crete mate!Deal with it:)

    You will think of Crete and have cold sweats mate.Trust Mesogeiakos on this.Crete is UNBEATABLE IN EUROPE!!!!!!!
     
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    Yes, a point y can be warmer than a point x, during a certain period, but we don´t know nothing about climatology with so scanty data.
    And even if we know the climatology of point x and point y, we only know that one is warmer than the other, not that all places on both countries have the same differences.
     
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  11. mesogeiakos

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    I say we give some more stress to Dedalus,about the SUPERPOWER OF CRETE AND KARPATHOS.

    Shall we??;)

    Here are the official data of HNMS for February 2010 for 28 DAYS and NOT for 18 days of extreme hot spell in Spain!!

    Here is how Rhodes,Karpathos,Ierapetra,Herakleion have crushed ANY AREA OF EUROPE YET AGAIN!!


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    Herakleion had mean temperature of 15.0C!!
    Karpathos 14.9C!!


    How much was Malaga Dedalus in February 2010?;)
     
  12. belem

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    Yes, data (though interesting) is too scanty, Mesogeiakos.
    Thanks for proving that, again.
     
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    And who can forget the AMAZING EUROPEAN RECORD OF 32.1C in 20/2/2010 for February in Vrysses,Crete in February 2010???

    And off course an average daily temperature for the 20/2/2010 of 25.1C??Malaga can not even reach this in the summer ;)


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    http://penteli.meteo.gr/meteosearch/data/vrysses/2010-02.txt


    Dedalus,how many more nightmares will u have for Crete mate? :D
     
  14. mesogeiakos

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    Now seriously,do u believe that there is ONE spot in the Iberian Peninsula that can even touch South Crete and SE Dodecanese in mean annual temperatures?I mean honestly it is not rocket science ;)
     
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    I don´t think that Ferreiro is Daedalus, but I think that Malaga can reach an average daily temperature of 25,1ºc in the summer ( one day or another...).


    You don´t have enough data to compare it in general terms, so why do it?
    You only can pick a certain point and compare it with another.
    You can´t generalize, that´s not a scientific way to observe climatological data.
    That´s misleading...
     
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