2016 second warmest December 7th since 1878

Yesterday was (provisionally) the second warmest 7th of December since the CET daily series commenced in 1879, the mean temperature of 13.8°C was +5.8°C above the long-term average, and was only pipped by the 7th of December of 2015 into second place. It was an exceptionally mild day across the whole country, in fact it seemed to me that the mildest areas seemed to lie outwith the CET area.

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