Meteorologists say that temperatures were around 2 °C above the average for March in the south of Dalmatia, and 4.6 °C in continental Croatia. In the capital Zagreb, Krapina and Križevci, 150-year-old record warm temperatures were recorded in March. The start of April has followed suit, with above average temperatures, and the weather experts say Croatia can expect a very hot summer this year. The whole of 2014 has been exceptionally warm, with records falling also in the winter. The average temperature recorded in the first three months of 2014 for Rijeka was 10.2 °C, in Split 12.0 °C, and 12.7 °C in Dubrovnik.