Last minute … Meteorology has released its February Precipitation Report! Record of the whole Turkey …

The Directorate General of Meteorology has released the long-awaited February Precipitation Report. Statistics show that precipitation across Turkey has increased significantly compared to the same period last year. Precipitation of 252.3 kilograms measured on February 23 in the Nevilar Forest in the Döşemealtı district of Antalya has been recorded for many years as the highest recorded rainfall in February in Turkey. Here are the numbers …

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According to the February Regional Precipitation Report of the Directorate General of Meteorology in February, Turkey’s overall precipitation in February increased by 87% compared to the same period last year.

Precipitation in February from 1991 to 2020 was typically 59.8 kilograms per square meter, an increase of 2.7% compared to the long-term average. In February 2022, there was 61.4 kilograms of precipitation. In February 2021, there was 32.9 kilograms of precipitation.

Recorded as maximum recorded rainfall

Precipitation in the Black Sea region was fairly normal, but below normal in eastern and southeastern Anatolia. The largest decrease was in Southeastern Anatolia at 53%. Precipitation of 252.3 kilograms measured on February 23 in the Nevilar Forest in the Döşemealtı district of Antalya has been recorded for many years as the highest recorded rainfall in February in Turkey.

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Decreased by more than 80 percent

In February, precipitation increased by more than 100% around Kurclarelli, Antalya, Burdur, Isparta, Mersin, Nigde, Adana and Karaman. In the southern part of Southeastern Anatolia, the northeastern part of Eastern Anatolia, and around Gumushhane, there was a decrease of more than 60% compared to normal. In the vicinity of Kars, Erzurum, Ardahan, and in the southern part of Şanlıurfa, the reduction exceeded 80%.

Local record of Antalya

The highest rainfall in the state was Antalya, which weighed 170 kg. The lowest rainfall was 5 kg callus and Ardahan, with the two states having the lowest rainfall in February in the last 90 years. The highest decrease compared to normal was 81% in Ardahan. The average number of rainy days in Turkey was 10.7 in February. The normal value from 1991 to 2020 was measured at 10.9 days. Rainy days in eastern Eastern Anatolia and around Sanliurfa were less than three days.

This year’s temperature drop

According to the February 2022 Average Temperature Report, the temperature in February 2022 was 5.4 degrees Celsius. Temperatures in February this year rose 1.3 degrees from the long-term average of 4.1 degrees and fell 0.8 degrees from 6.2 degrees in February last year. The lowest temperature in February was Özalp at minus 26.7 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature was measured at 24.5 degrees Cizre.

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Increased in all regions

Precipitation in February in the Sea of ​​Marmara was 113 kilograms. It increased by 61 percent compared to the normal 70.7 kilograms and 59 percent compared to last year’s 71.1 kilograms of precipitation.

February precipitation in the Aegean Sea was 83 kilograms. It increased by 9% compared to the normal 76.3 kilograms and 98% compared to last year’s 41.9 kilograms of precipitation.

Precipitation in February in the Mediterranean was measured at 111 kilograms, with a record increase of 396% compared to 28 kilograms in February last year and 396% compared to the normal 82.2 kg. did.

Precipitation in February in Central Anatolia was 37.6 kilograms. Normal precipitation is 8% compared to 35.2 kilograms, which is more than 100% compared to last year’s 11.9 kilograms.

Precipitation in February in the Black Sea was 52.4 kilograms, but weighed 43.4 kilograms, an increase of 21% over the previous year, but the long-term average was around 52.8 kilograms, which is normal.

Precipitation in February in Eastern Anatolia was 36.7 kilograms. Compared to the usual 54.4 kilograms, it is reduced by 32 percent. Compared to last year, 32.5 kilograms increased by 13 percent.

Precipitation in February in Southeastern Anatolia was 36.5 kilograms. Compared to the usual 76.9 kilograms, it is reduced by 52 percent. 23.8 kilograms increased 53 percent compared to last year.

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