Monthly Archives: October 2016

The cold October of 1881

I get the distinct feeling that October 2016 is going to be an unusual month as far as weather is concerned in the British Isles. The reason I say this is down to the early intense Scandinavian anticyclone that initially … Continue reading

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September 2016 fifth warmest since 1659

September 2016 ended up the fifth warmest in the central England temperature [CET] series that began in 1659. I reckon the mean temperature for the month was 16.05°C, and the anomaly +2.53°C above the 1961-1990 long-term average. It never quite … Continue reading

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