English version

unseasonably warm/cold/hot etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunseasonably warm/cold/hot etcunseasonably warm/cold/hot etcused for saying that the weather is warmer, colder etc than usual at a particular time of year unseasonably
Examples from the Corpus
unseasonably warm/cold/hot etcThe spring day was unseasonably warm, and after two hour's tuition she went into the clubhouse.The mid-afternoon sun was still unseasonably warm, and there were children bathing in the sea.It was mid-summer, and unseasonably warm for Glasgow.The night being unseasonably warm, most of the windows were wide open.The cherry tree was coming into blossom, encouraged by the unseasonably warm sunshine.Harvesting began early in Bordeaux as well, due to unseasonably warm weather.
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