Changes in duration of warm spells in summer across Europe, in the period 1976-2006 (in days per decade)

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Warm spell is defined as a period of at least six consecutive days where the mean daily temperature exceeds the baseline temperature (average daily temperature the 1961-1990 period) by 5 oC




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The circle size depicts the magnitude of change per decade.
Geographical coverage note: Europe

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