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Country meta data

  SERBIA


Availability of station meta data

Out of 28 stations,

- all stations have coordinates

- all stations have elevation

- 2 stations have a description of land use

- 2 stations have a specified soil type

- 2 stations have a surface cover description

- all stations have additional remarks

- 25 stations have a picture of the measurement location

Available series

An overview of all available daily series for stations in SERBIA can be found in the Data dictionary.

Participants who provided data for this country

Name

Affiliation

City, country

# Series

Predrag Petrovic

Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia

93 %

MARS project

Joint Research Centre

Ispra, Italy

7 %

Record highs and lows

Lowest minimum temperature

26 Jan 1954

   Sjenica

-38.0

°C

Highest minimum temperature

24 Aug 2007

   Vrsac

30.4

°C

Lowest maximum temperature

7 Jan 2017

   Kopaonik

-22.1

°C

Highest maximum temperature

24 Jul 2007

   Smederevska Palanka

44.9

°C

Highest precipitation amount

9 Oct 1955

   Negotin

211.1

mm

Homogeneity test results

The table below shows the number of stations classified as either "Useful" or "Doubtful" (left number) in relation to the total number of station series having sufficient data (right number) for segments of the blended series at each station within fixed time periods. A description of the homogeneity tests that have been applied is given in Project Info > ATBD.

Cloud cover

Precipitation

Pressure

Temperature

Humidity

Wind

Sunshine

1851-2016

1901-1950

1901-2016

1951-1978

16 / 18

19 / 19

10 / 12

9 / 18

11 / 19

15 / 15

1951-2016

8 / 23

22 / 22

12 / 17

10 / 23

13 / 20

16 / 20

1979-2016

14 / 27

27 / 27

19 / 24

18 / 27

24 / 26

19 / 26

Extreme events affecting SERBIA

- Heat wave in Central and Western Europe, Summer 2003

- Mild winter of 2007

- Cold in Central and Western Europe, Winter 2009

- Flooding in Poland and Eastern Europe, Spring 2010

- Cold in Europe, Winter 2010

Feedback and contact information

ECA&D Project Team
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)

P.O. Box 201
3730 AE De Bilt
The Netherlands
e-mail: eca@knmi.nl
fax: + 31 30 2204614