1. Warning sign

    Ongoing: Landslide risk. Caution level: yellow (Østlandet, Telemark og deler av Trøndelag)

    Relatively high temperatures and windy conditions, causes significant snowmelting. Risk of slush flows is especially high in areas with more than 40-50 cm snow. The snow may in some places be fully water-saturated. Areas with fresh snow are particularly exposed, since new snow may be saturated with water quickly. Slush flows are triggered even in gentle slopes, where water accumulates. Slush flows follow terrain depressions and may develop into debris flows. Les hele varselet på Varsom.no.

    Tidslinje

    1. Tuesday April 17, 2018 08:00
      Increasing danger
    2. Saturday April 21, 2018 08:00
      Danger is over

    Some landslides are expected. A few large events may occur. Exposed railways and roads may be closed. Debris avalanches/shallow slides: Soil slides and rapid movement of saturated soil in steep terrain. Debris floods: A "flood" of water, soil and rocks in steep creeks. Surface runoff in steep terrain can cause streams to change regular flow patterns. Slush slides: A flow of waterlogged snow. These landslides can start in relatively flat terrain and seek towards streams and steep slopes.Keep away from steep slopes, as well as streams and rivers with high discharge. Cleaning of drainage paths and culverts are recommended. Keep water paths and culverts free from snow, ice, sediments, waste, twigs and leaves.

  2. Warning sign

    Ongoing: Flood risk. Caution level: yellow (Deler av Østlandet, Telemark og Agder)

    Large snow melting due to rising temperatures is expected. Continuous snow melting will increase water discharge in small and medium sized rivers. Hydropower production will in some cases act as flood control, and therefore the issued warning will not necessarily apply to all regulated waterways. Les hele varselet på Varsom.no.

    Tidslinje

    1. Wednesday April 18, 2018 11:00
      Increasing danger
    2. Friday April 20, 2018 11:00
      Danger is over

    Local flooding and/or erosional damage in streams and small rivers. Rapid increase of discharge in streams and small rivers. May cause closed roads and bridges.Cleaning of drainage paths and culverts is recommended. Keep waterways clear of snow and ice, sediments, garbage, twigs and leaves. Keep away from rivers/streams with high flow.

Climate statistics for Oslo (Blindern) observation site

Long term temperature statistics Oslo (Blindern) observation site. The weather station is located 94 m.a.s.l. on in the municipality of Oslo.

«Normal»: Average weather during a 30 year period. The current normal period is from 1961 to 1990.

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Climate statistics March

The graph shows long term statistics for monthly temperature. The dots indicate the monthly average each year, whereas the line shows 10 year Gaussian distribution. The bars show maximum and minimum observed temperature.

Red and blue color signify above or below freezing point.

The monthly normal (see explanation above) is drawn as a thick line through the graph, and its value on the right side.

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Table view for temperature march

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Year Temperature
Max Min Average Mean difference
2018 10.0° -14.2° -2.3°
2017 20.0° -5.7° 2.6°
2016 15.7° -3.6° 3.1°
2015 13.2° -4.8° 3.5°
2014 15.5° -2.8° 4.3°
2013 10.1° -14.2° -2.1°
2012 21.5° -3.2° 5.6°
2011 14.9° -8.1° 0.6°
2010 9.7° -14.0° 0.3°
2009 10.4° -7.3° 1.2°
2008 8.9° -13.1° 0.9°
2007 16.0° -3.6° 4.2°
2006 9.4° -15.0° -3.2°
2005 13.5° -16.9° -0.8°
2004 15.0° -11.8° 2.1°
2003 13.0° -10.8° 1.7°
2002 13.3° -8.0° 2.1°
2001 10.3° -13.1° -1.5°
2000 15.4° -7.4° 2.0°
1999 9.9° -9.0° 0.4°
1998 15.9° -11.1° 0.8°
1997 16.2° -8.0° 2.4°
1996 8.4° -8.1° -0.6°
1995 11.6° -7.2° 1.3°
1994 11.2° -11.8° 0.6°
1993 12.4° -15.2° 1.4°
1992 10.0° -8.6° 2.8°
1991 13.7° -6.3° 1.9°
1990 17.0° -6.3° 4.7°
1989 11.9° -4.5° 3.7°
1988 6.4° -12.0° -1.2°
1987 9.3° -20.2° -3.9°
1986 8.1° -11.8° 0.5°
1985 7.5° -8.9° -0.5°
1984 9.1° -10.6° -1.1°
1983 10.4° -6.2° 1.6°
1982 13.7° -8.2° 1.8°
1981 13.5° -13.8° -1.9°
1980 7.7° -16.0° -2.1°
1979 7.1° -18.0° -0.3°
1978 10.4° -17.2° -1.2°
1977 7.4° -8.2° 0.8°
1976 13.7° -13.2° -1.4°
1975 8.6° -6.9° 0.7°
1974 13.3° -6.3° 1.7°
1973 15.3° -6.4° 3.3°
1972 13.8° -14.6° 0.0°
1971 9.2° -17.2° -1.8°
1970 7.5° -11.7° -1.2°
1969 9.0° -15.4° -3.0°
1968 11.9° -10.3° 1.0°
1967 14.0° -5.0° 2.6°
1966 10.5° -12.6° -0.1°
1965 16.9° -17.4° -0.6°
1964 13.4° -9.3° -0.2°
1963 10.2° -14.7° -3.2°
1962 5.0° -18.1° -3.9°
1961 14.6° -7.0° 3.3°
1960 9.5° -8.7° 1.2°
1959 10.7° -6.8° 1.4°
1958 6.7° -13.7° -3.4°
1957 11.0° -10.9° -0.6°
1956 15.5° -11.6° -1.0°
1955 11.1° -13.0° -1.4°
1954 8.2° -7.6° -0.2°
1953 14.8° -5.8° 2.6°
1952 7.7° -13.1° -2.0°
1951 7.7° -11.5° -2.9°
1950 12.8° -12.8° 1.6°
1949 15.0° -13.2° 0.1°
1948 15.1° -11.1° 1.7°
1947 7.1° -20.0° -3.9°
1946 13.8° -20.1° -0.8°
1945 15.1° -6.2° 3.0°
1944 8.9° -8.5° 0.0°
1943 12.0° -6.5° 3.6°
1942 9.1° -21.3° -5.2°
1941 11.6° -15.2° -1.7°
1940 5.7° -19.1° -2.7°
1939 11.9° -16.1° 0.5°
1938 13.1° -6.8° 4.3°
1937 6.7° -16.9° -2.3°
1936 0.4°
1935 0.0°
1934 0.4°
1933 0.4°
1932 -1.0°
1931 -3.0°
1930 0.2°
1929 1.7°
1928 -1.3°
1927 1.7°
1926 0.9°
1925 -1.2°
1924 -3.2°
1923 -0.1°
1922 -0.6°
1921 3.2°
1920 3.0°
1919 -0.9°
1918 -0.4°
1917 -3.6°
1916 -1.8°
1915 -1.9°
1914 -0.3°
1913 2.0°
1912 1.9°
1911 0.8°
1910 1.8°
1909 -2.3°
1908 -2.4°
1907 0.9°
1906 -0.2°
1905 1.2°
1904 -1.4°
1903 3.0°
1902 -0.5°
1901 -1.3°
1900 -1.4°
1899 -1.2°
1898 -0.5°
1897 -1.0°
1896 0.5°
1895 -0.9°
1894 2.4°
1893 0.9°
1892 -0.3°
1891 -1.7°
1890 1.2°
1889 -1.8°
1888 -6.5°
1887 1.0°
1886 -2.6°
1885 -0.3°
1884 0.7°
1883 -3.0°
1882 2.2°
1881 -5.4°
1880 1.0°
1879 -2.1°
1878 0.9°
1877 -4.4°
1876 -1.6°
1875 -2.8°
1874 0.9°
1873 -1.1°
1872 -0.9°
1871 0.8°
1870 -1.7°