Air temperature anomalies for Croatia in June 2020
The anomalies of the mean air temperature in June 2020 with respect to the normal 1981 - 2010 were within the range from -0.8 °C (Komiža) to 0.9 °C (Parg). At the stations of eastern, central and mountainous Croatia, in Istria, Kvarner region and at some stations in northern Dalmatia air temperature values were average or slightly higher than the respective multi-annual average. The exception in these regions is Rijeka, where the temperature was slightly lower than average. At some stations in northern Dalmatia, as well as at all stations in central and southern Dalmatia, the air temperature was slightly lower than average.
According to the percentile ranks and classification ratings, thermal conditions in Croatia in June 2020 are described as normal.
Precipitation anomalies for Croatia in June 2020
Precipitation anomalies expressed as a percentage (%) of the multi-annual average were in June 2020 within the range from 45 % in Split - Marjan (with precipitation amount of 21.7 mm) to 212 % at Zadar (103.4 mm). Analysis of precipitation anomalies in June 2020, expressed as a percentage (%) of the multi-annual average shows that precipitation amounts were above the multi-annual average at the stations Gradište, Varaždin, Puntijarka, Zagreb - Maksimir, Parg, Pazin, Rijeka, Senj, Rab, Zadar and Knin while at all other stations they were below the average.
Precipitation conditions in Croatia in June 2020, expressed in percentiles were normal in most parts of the territory. In details, the following categories are present: dry (around Slavonski Brod, in Bjelovar, around Sisak, Karlovac and Zavižan), wet (Gradište, northwest of central Croatia, most of Istria, parts of Kvarner and Gorski Kotar, wider Zadar area), very wet (Varaždin, around Parg and Pazin, Zadar), extremely wet (Pazin) and normal (rest of the territory).