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Observed changes in frost days indices 1976-2010 (in days per decade)

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How to read the map: Frost day is defined as a day with an average temperature below 0 ºC. Stations with positive trends are in blue and stations with negative trend are in red colour. When stations are in green colour trends are not statistically significant at 25% level.

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Positive values indicate cooling trend (increase in frequency) and negative values indicate a warming trend (decrease in frequency). The circle size depicts the magnitude of change in temperature per decade.
Geographical coverage note: Europe

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