Eastern Norway gained more rain over the weekend than the total in June and July
Throughout June and July, a total of 78.1 millimetres of rain fell on Tryvannshøgda in Oslo. On Saturday and Sunday, 98.2 millimetres were measured.
The contrasts were shown in the years rainfall in Norway.
“In summer, less rain fell than normal, while both Saturday and Sunday were on the top five list of wet November days since the Meteorological Institute started measurements at Tryvann in 1943,” said meteorologist, Espen Biseth Granan, at the Meteorological Institute to Aftenposten newspaper.
A report published by the Institute on Twitter showed that Nordmarka in Oslo showed most rainfall in Norway with 138 millimeters, followed by Åmli and Gjerstad in Aust-Agder, both with about 116 millimeters of rain.
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