"We now see quite solid records in September, which is considerably more than the previous record," says Lilian Kalve of the Meteorological Institute of NRK.
It is wet in September. In Western Norway, 24 stations have set new precipitation records and some stations received 300-400 percent of the standard.
In total, the monthly rainfall for the entire country was 150 percent of the norm, and the month became the wettest September month in the series dating back to 1900, along with 1932, 1975 and 1982, according to the meteorological institute.
It comes after the month before 160 percent of the standards calculated on a national basis. So it was the second wettest August month since 1900.
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More rain than before
The most wet weather was in September in Hovlandsdal in Fjaller in Sogn og Fjordane, where in September 842.9 millimeters of rain fell.
The highest newspaper Mestad received in Vest-Agder with 132.1 millimeters.
"We see it very clearly that precipitation occurs earlier, and that happens because it becomes milder," says Kalve.
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Stove than normal
It also became a warmer September than usual. 26 September was the 105th day of this year, where the temperatures reached 20 degrees, which is a new record.
In total, the monthly temperature was 1.5 degrees above normal.
The highest maximum temperature was recorded in Lier in Buskerud on September 19, with 25.2 degrees. Kaldest was one at Juvasshøe in Lom in Oppland on September 29 with -9.3 degrees.