Marked cooling of the air over a large area. It is an extended period of above normal cold temperatures, a drop of atmospheric average temperature well above the averages of a region, with effects on human populations, crops, properties and services. sources: GLIDE; WMO
25 May 2015, ARCADIS
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|Source of data: OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database|
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