More rain measured in Oslo than in Bergen for the first time since 1993

Oslo rainPhoto: Mariam Butt / NTB
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For the first time since 1993, more rain has been registered in Oslo than in Bergen in October. 

“It has been very wet in Eastern Norway,” meteorologist Bente Wahl said.

At the measuring station at Blindern in Oslo, 205.9 millimeters of precipitation was registered in October. 

That is 145% above average, which is 84 millimeters.

On the other hand, Florida in Bergen registered 188.5 millimeters of precipitation, which is far less than what is usual for October. 

There, the average is 271 millimeters.

“It has been relatively dry up to October in Western Norway,” meteorologist Bente Wahl told news bureau NTB.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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