Climate statisticsBørselv, Porsanger (Finnmark)

  1. Applies to Nord-Noreg

    Heavy rain is expected. Relatively high temperatures and windy conditions, causes significant snowmelting. Snowmelting will occur even in the high mountains Significant snowmelting will occur in the valleys. The amount of water in the soil is significant. Steep slopes, as well as streams and river with high discharge are particularly exposed. Risk of slush flows is especially high in areas with more than 40 cm snow. The snow may in some places be fully water-saturated. Slush flows are triggered even in relatively gentle slopes, where water accumulates. Slush flows follow terrain depressions and may develop into debris flows. Debris flows may reach the valley bottom even if they are triggered high in the terrain.
    Read more at NVE

    Severity
    Yellow severity - moderate danger
    Orange severity - considerable danger
    Red severity - extreme danger
    The colour tells you how severe the situation can become (hjelp.yr.no)

    InstructionsKeep away from steep slopes, as well as streams and rivers with high discharge. Keep water paths and culverts free of snow, ice, gravel, waste, twigs and leaves. Clogged waterways with dammed water may cause landslides.

    ConsequencesSituation that requires vigilance and may cause local damages

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Climate statistics for Nord-Noreg

Long term temperature and precipitation statistics Nord-Noreg,
with mean average values.

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

Three graphs: The three graphs below show long term variation of temperature for the last whole month, season or year. You can find a detailed explanation above each graph..

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Climate statistics summer

The graph shows long term statistics for seasonal temperature and precipitation.

Temperature: The dots indicate average seasonal temperature. The line is a 10 year Gaussian distribution. The seasonal normal (see explanation above) is drawn as a thick line.

Precipitation: The blue bars in the bottom of the picture indicate the amount of precipitation compared to the normal — which is drawn as a thick line through the bars. The line is a 10 year Gaussian distribution.

Picture that show climate statistics for summer

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Table view for temperature/precipitation summer

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Year Temperature Nedbør
Max Min Average Mean difference Nedbør
2018 9.9° 1.2° 130.4 %
2017 8.7° 0.1° 136.6 %
2016 9.1° 0.5° 117.8 %
2015 8.5° -0.1° 101.9 %
2014 10.4° 1.7° 72.3 %
2013 10.3° 1.7° 134.2 %
2012 8.0° -0.7° 88.0 %
2011 10.0° 1.4° 94.7 %
2010 8.2° -0.4° 134.2 %
2009 9.2° 0.6° 79.7 %
2008 8.3° -0.4° 83.9 %
2007 9.6° 1.0° 99.8 %
2006 9.5° 0.8° 99.0 %
2005 9.8° 1.2° 134.1 %
2004 9.8° 1.2° 113.7 %
2003 10.0° 1.4° 78.7 %
2002 10.7° 2.0° 90.6 %
2001 9.3° 0.6° 143.1 %
2000 8.6° 0.0° 110.1 %
1999 8.7° 0.1° 138.7 %
1998 9.4° 0.8° 81.4 %
1997 10.1° 1.5° 53.7 %
1996 9.0° 0.3° 100.4 %
1995 7.9° -0.7° 147.4 %
1994 8.8° 0.1° 85.2 %
1993 8.5° -0.2° 81.8 %
1992 8.5° -0.1° 125.3 %
1991 9.2° 0.6° 85.5 %
1990 9.8° 1.2° 81.7 %
1989 9.0° 0.4° 97.2 %
1988 9.6° 0.9° 81.0 %
1987 7.0° -1.6° 77.9 %
1986 8.9° 0.2° 81.8 %
1985 9.5° 0.9° 96.8 %
1984 8.0° -0.6° 121.2 %
1983 7.8° -0.9° 146.8 %
1982 7.3° -1.3° 107.4 %
1981 7.2° -1.4° 118.5 %
1980 10.1° 1.4° 48.6 %
1979 9.5° 0.9° 79.2 %
1978 8.9° 0.3° 68.5 %
1977 8.0° -0.6° 89.4 %
1976 8.2° -0.4° 85.7 %
1975 6.6° -2.0° 117.4 %
1974 9.7° 1.1° 109.5 %
1973 9.4° 0.8° 132.6 %
1972 11.1° 2.4° 109.8 %
1971 8.3° -0.3° 120.9 %
1970 10.1° 1.5° 95.3 %
1969 9.7° 1.0° 80.1 %
1968 6.9° -1.7° 97.5 %
1967 8.5° -0.2° 123.4 %
1966 8.9° 0.3° 115.4 %
1965 7.2° -1.4° 101.1 %
1964 8.1° -0.5° 133.4 %
1963 8.4° -0.2° 79.4 %
1962 7.2° -1.5° 73.2 %
1961 9.7° 1.1° 124.8 %
1960 10.6° 2.0° 97.2 %
1959 8.8° 0.2° 135.4 %
1958 8.4° -0.2° 91.4 %
1957 8.6° 0.0° 96.3 %
1956 8.4° -0.2° 74.8 %
1955 7.5° -1.2° 86.7 %
1954 9.2° 0.6° 99.4 %
1953 10.8° 2.1° 68.2 %
1952 8.0° -0.6° 130.5 %
1951 8.0° -0.6° 115.6 %
1950 10.0° 1.4° 66.8 %
1949 7.2° -1.4° 88.2 %
1948 8.3° -0.3° 108.6 %
1947 9.7° 1.1° 96.9 %
1946 9.8° 1.2° 77.2 %
1945 9.4° 0.8° 69.3 %
1944 8.1° -0.5° 91.9 %
1943 8.8° 0.2° 95.4 %
1942 8.4° -0.2° 112.1 %
1941 9.4° 0.7° 82.6 %
1940 8.2° -0.4° 112.4 %
1939 9.4° 0.8° 82.2 %
1938 10.2° 1.5° 112.3 %
1937 11.6° 3.0° 71.4 %
1936 10.2° 1.6° 120.1 %
1935 8.1° -0.5° 79.9 %
1934 10.2° 1.5° 71.5 %
1933 9.8° 1.2° 75.2 %
1932 8.1° -0.5° 110.6 %
1931 8.2° -0.5° 105.2 %
1930 10.6° 2.0° 68.2 %
1929 7.3° -1.3° 90.5 %
1928 8.0° -0.7° 109.8 %
1927 10.2° 1.6° 63.5 %
1926 8.4° -0.3° 75.9 %
1925 9.8° 1.2° 84.1 %
1924 9.5° 0.8° 61.3 %
1923 7.1° -1.6° 86.6 %
1922 10.2° 1.5° 72.3 %
1921 8.0° -0.6° 144.2 %
1920 8.9° 0.3° 117.2 %
1919 9.0° 0.3° 87.2 %
1918 8.8° 0.2° 58.0 %
1917 8.5° -0.1° 102.0 %
1916 9.3° 0.7° 58.8 %
1915 8.3° -0.4° 90.8 %
1914 8.9° 0.2° 69.0 %
1913 8.5° -0.1° 93.0 %
1912 8.6° -0.1° 61.0 %
1911 7.9° -0.8° 100.8 %
1910 7.4° -1.2° 67.3 %
1909 7.8° -0.8° 96.6 %
1908 7.8° -0.8° 74.3 %
1907 8.4° -0.3° 95.4 %
1906 7.6° -1.0° 92.8 %
1905 8.9° 0.2° 81.6 %
1904 7.4° -1.2° 86.3 %
1903 7.2° -1.4° 92.5 %
1902 6.1° -2.5° 82.8 %
1901 9.4° 0.7° 108.8 %
1900 6.3° -2.3° 107.6 %