Current Affairs
Prepare your winter outfits
 Independent weather forecasters FirstMalta.com are forecasting that with effect from next week temperatures will drop by another few degrees, and are not expected to rise above 20C during the day, going down to close to 15C at night.
This as the first cold front from Europe which is penetrating over the centre of the Mediterranean is expected to reach us over the weekend.

FirstMalta.com explained that the map shows present Mediterranean temperatures. It added that a  cold front, marked in blue, is seen aimed at and penetrating towards the centre of the Mediterranean.

Statistically, temperatures recorded between 1981 and 2010 at Luqa show the highest temperature in November reaching an average of 20.7C, whilst towards December the highest temperature recorded during the day will be expected to be close to 17.1C. Insofar as record temperatures go, in November of 1978 the temperature had dropped to 5C at night, and the highest temperature in November of 1998 had reached 28.2C.

One wonders whether we will be resorting to scarves and coats in the coming days.

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