EXTREME TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR PRECIPITATION SUMS IN NORTH-WESTERN POLAND

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Małgorzata Kirschenstein

Abstract

The paper presents an analysis of the extreme precipitation recorded in north-western Poland between 1951 and 1995. The author of the present paper selected a day with a maximal twenty-fourhour precipitation sum out of each month. The author also selected intervals characterized by specifi twenty-four-hour values: 0.1-9.9 mm, 10.0-19.9 mm, 20.0-29.9 mm, 30.0-49.9 mm, 50.0-99.9 mm and ≥100 mm. The author selected frequencies of their occurrence and a monthly average and annual maximums’ sum of precipitation. A concept of an extreme precipitation relates to twentyfour-hour sums 50.0-99.9 mm and ≥100 mm. Moreover the author selected the days with extreme twenty-four-hour sums ≥100 mm and specified the atmospheric circulation types, distinguished by B. Osuchowska-Klein (1975).


Key words: extreme precipitation sums, atmospheric circulation, north-western Poland

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KIRSCHENSTEIN, Małgorzata. EXTREME TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR PRECIPITATION SUMS IN NORTH-WESTERN POLAND. Baltic Coastal Zone, [S.l.], v. 13, n. part I, sep. 2009. ISSN 1643-0115. Available at: <https://bcz.apsl.edu.pl/index.php/1/article/view/143>. Date accessed: 06 july 2022.
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