Oct 22
H/t reader kevin a.

Google translation:
Update 22/10/2016: Ex-Hurricane NICOLE brings snow bomb to Greenland – 12 gigatons record Eiszuwachs in one day (see chart.)
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The accumulated mass balance of Grönlandeisschildes shows on 19/10/2016 at just under 12 gigatons (12 billion tons) the highest daily gain since Beginnn the measurements (top graph, the blue line). The gray area is the range of a standard deviation of the calculated day mean (mean / average – dark gray line). Original text: “Top: The total daily contribution to the surface mass balance from the entire ice sheet (blue line, Gt / day). Bottom: The accumulated surface mass balance from September 1st to now (blue line, Gt) and the season 2011-12 (red) which had very high summer melt in Greenland. For comparison, the mean curve from the period 1990-2013 is shown (dark gray). The same calendar day in each of the 24 years (in the period 1990-2013) will have its own value. These pictures are from the light gray band. . For each calendar day, However, de lowest and highest values of the 24 years havebeen left out “Source: http://www.dmi.dk/en/groenland/maalinger/greenland-ice-sheet-surface-mass- budget/

After the harsh cold October 2016, the weather models are threatened with an unusually early winter break at the October / November 2016 monthly change.

In this case, snowfall down to the lowlands is possible.

The JRC is now expecting an imminent slump in polar ice in large parts of Europe on the night of 1 November 2016.

On the back of a large low-pressure system over north-eastern Europe air masses are performed with temperatures around minus -35 ° C in approximately 5500 m height to Central Europe in a broad stream.


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Die akkumulierte Massebilanz des Grönlandeisschildes zeigt am 19.10.2016 mit knapp 12 Gigatonnen (12 Milliarden Tonnen) den höchsten Tageszuwachs seit Beginnn der Messungen (obere Grafik, blaue Linie). Die graue Fläche ist der Bereich einer Standardabweichung vom rechnerischen Tagesmittel (Mean/Durchschnitt – dunkelgraue Linie). Originaltext: “Top: The total daily contribution to the surface mass balance from the entire ice sheet (blue line, Gt/day). Bottom: The accumulated surface mass balance from September 1st to now (blue line, Gt) and the season 2011-12 (red) which had very high summer melt in Greenland. For comparison, the mean curve from the period 1990-2013 is shown (dark grey). The same calendar day in each of the 24 years (in the period 1990-2013) will have its own value. These differences from year to year are illustrated by the light grey band. For each calendar day, however, the lowest and highest values of the 24 years have been left out.” Quelle: http://www.dmi.dk/en/groenland/maalinger/greenland-ice-sheet-surface-mass-budget/

Nach dem bisher kalten Oktober 2016 nicht nur in Deutschland drohen die Wettermodelle mit einem ungewöhnlich frühen Wintereinbruch zum Monatswechsel Oktober/November 2016.

Dabei sind Schneefälle bis ins Flachland möglich.

GFS rechnet heute mit einem käftigen Einbruch hochreichender eisiger Polarluft in großen Teilen Europas in der Nacht zum 1. November 2016.

Auf der Rückseite eines umfangreichen Sturmtiefs über Nordosteuropa werden in breitem Strom Luftmassen mit Temperaturen um minus -35°C in rund 5500 m Höhe nach Mitteleuropa geführt.

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