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TEMP01: Normal temperature in the Nordic countries by temperature and location

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The normal temperature is defined according to the current Technical Regulations by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Climatological standard normals are defined as averages of climatological data computed for successive 30-year periods and normally recalculated every ten years. To achieve a stable base for long-term climate change and variability assessment, a fixed reference period is defined as the 30-year period from 1 January 1961 to 31 December 1990. The next normal temperature will cover the years 1991-2020. The average temperature 1961-2016 is calculated as the sum of the yearly averages divided by the number of years. Calculated based on TEMP02.