Central Norway got off to a mild start to the New Year. Five locations in Trøndelag set new high-temperature records on New Year’s Day.
The warmest was in Rissa, where the new record for January now stands at 11.3 degrees, reports Adresseavisen.
High temperatures have also been set in Orkdal with 10.5 degrees, Kvithamar with 10 degrees, Frosta with 9.7 degrees and Møre with 8.9 degrees.
The warmest in Norway on 1 January was Sunndalsøra in Møre og Romsdal with 15.7 degrees.
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