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Geographica Pannonica
2009, vol. 13, br. 1, str. 4-10
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 27/04/2009
doi: 10.5937/GeoPan0901004U
Heat waves in Belgrade and Niš
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Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fizički fakultet, Institut za meteorologiju



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In this study, heat waves at two meteorological stations in Serbia are analyzed based on daily maximum temperatures in July and August. The warmest summers as regards heat wave duration and severity occurred within the periods 1946-1952, 1988- 1998 (especially 1992-1995) and 2000-2003. The longest heat waves were recorded in 1952, lasting 53 days in Belgrade and 62 days in Niš. The summers of 1994 in Belgrade and 2003 in Niš are characterized with the highest numbers of consecutive tropical days (21 and 29, respectively). The first-order autoregressive model is applied to generate long series of the daily maximum temperature, from which the relative frequencies of heat waves are estimated. The relationships between the typical and longest heat waves, and the circulation conditions are analyzed using the Hess-Brezowsky catalogue of macrocirculation types.

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heat waves; daily maximum temperature; autoregressive model; macrocirculation; Hess- Brezowsky classification; Serbia


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