Compare this with the average grid values of the grid around Budapest:

>CRUTEM4 47.5N 17.5E grid-box temperature anomaly
Please cite:
Osborn & Jones (2014) Earth System Science Data (doi:10.5194/essd-6-61-2014)
Jones et al. (2012) Journal of Geophysical Research (doi:10.1029/2011JD017139)
Missing code: -99.99
Each seasonal mean requires at least 2 out of 3 months to have data
Each annual mean requires at least 8 out of 12 months to have data

>1988, 3.97, 1.98, -0.93, -0.11, 0.93, -0.20, 1.68, 1.00, 0.05, 0.15, -3.53, 1.68, 2.49, -0.04, 0.83, -1.11, 0.56
1989, 1.52, 3.25, 3.31, 1.20, -0.09, -1.24, 0.76, 0.42, 0.29, 0.70, -1.13, 1.30, 2.15, 1.47, -0.02, -0.05, 0.86
1990, 1.39, 4.57, 3.85, -0.47, 1.28, 0.07, -0.09, 1.52, -1.61, 0.53, 1.03, -0.33, 2.42, 1.56, 0.50, -0.01, 0.98
1991, 1.71, -3.64, 2.28, -1.16, -2.87, -0.11, 1.68, 0.92, 1.27, -1.15, 0.48, -1.53, -0.75, -0.58, 0.83, 0.20, -0.18
1992, 2.73, 2.36, 0.83, 0.59, 0.97, 1.24, 1.71, 5.27, 0.70, -1.06, 1.03, -0.13, 1.18, 0.79, 2.74, 0.22, 1.35
1993, 2.33, -1.83, -0.64, 0.90, 2.87, 0.91, -0.18, 1.10, -0.22, 0.93, -2.97, 1.76, 0.12, 1.04, 0.61, -0.75, 0.41
1994, 4.84, 0.29, 3.63, 0.45, 0.60, 1.14, 3.40, 2.59, 2.21, -1.57, 2.40, 1.50, 2.30, 1.56, 2.38, 1.02, 1.79
1995, 0.97, 4.22, -0.32, 0.87, 0.10, -0.51, 3.03, 0.36, -1.03, 1.62, -1.74, -0.63, 2.23, 0.22, 0.96, -0.38, 0.58
1996, -0.86, -3.62, -3.08, 0.35, 1.28, 1.41, -0.97, 0.22, -3.06, 0.82, 2.58, -2.64, -1.70, -0.48, 0.22, 0.11, -0.63
1997, -0.89, 2.31, 0.77, -2.41, 1.33, 0.97, -0.44, 1.28, 0.35, -1.99, 0.75, 1.88, -0.41, -0.10, 0.60, -0.30, 0.33
1998, 3.46, 4.43, -0.08, 1.73, 0.74, 1.93, 0.96, 1.72, -0.48, 0.79, -1.88, -2.10, 3.26, 0.80, 1.54, -0.52, 0.94
1999, 1.56, -0.16, 2.14, 1.71, 1.07, 0.61, 1.37, 0.30, 2.47, 0.70, -1.16, 0.31, -0.23, 1.64, 0.76, 0.67, 0.91
2000, -0.27, 3.25, 1.34, 3.68, 2.54, 2.56, -0.53, 2.74, 0.00, 2.88, 3.50, 2.03, 1.10, 2.52, 1.59, 2.13, 1.98
2001, 2.01, 2.26, 2.43, -0.16, 2.52, -0.34, 1.37, 2.75, -1.59, 3.27, -0.83, -3.15, 2.10, 1.60, 1.26, 0.28, 0.88
2002, 1.76, 4.46, 2.35, 0.21, 3.03, 2.69, 2.18, 1.47, -0.70, -0.36, 3.20, -0.77, 1.02, 1.87, 2.11, 0.71, 1.63
2003, 0.16, -3.13, 1.21, 0.01, 3.49, 4.61, 2.15, 4.37, 0.21, -2.21, 2.36, 0.65, -1.25, 1.57, 3.71, 0.12, 1.16
2004, -0.48, 1.46, -0.40, 1.28, -0.74, 0.18, 0.49, 1.49, -0.03, 1.65, 1.18, 0.77, 0.54, 0.05, 0.72, 0.94, 0.57
2005, 2.12, -2.77, -1.28, 1.22, 1.25, 1.08, 0.99, -0.49, 1.04, 0.76, -0.42, -0.05, 0.04, 0.40, 0.52, 0.46, 0.29
2006, -2.16, -1.42, -1.34, 1.72, 0.29, 1.40, 3.67, -1.00, 2.11, 2.38, 2.93, 2.70, -1.21, 0.23, 1.36, 2.47, 0.94
2007, 6.32, 4.26, 2.65, 3.11, 2.06, 3.20, 2.52, 1.75, -1.50, -0.58, -0.65, -0.30, 4.43, 2.61, 2.49, -0.91, 1.90
2008, 3.93, 3.27, 1.30, 1.14, 1.70, 2.45, 1.09, 1.49, -0.58, 1.15, 2.26, 1.95, 2.30, 1.38, 1.67, 0.95, 1.76

Here one has a teperature anomaly development: June -0.20 to 2.45, July 1.68 to 1.09, August 1.00 to 1.49, September 0.05 to -0.58,

which looks QUITE different. I know this is no statistically sound argument...but just look at the values - it very much seems that the temperature values in
the Gyda region rose rather quite, quite above average. Closing down stations in such a situation seems similar to stop measuring with a clinical thermometer
when the fever gets high! Hello?