Monthly Archives: January 2017

Split personality Winters

Yes, ‘split personality Winters’ is a bit of a weird title for a blog, but I couldn’t think of a better one at the time of writing this piece. What started me investigating, was just how the Winter of 1946-1947 … Continue reading

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Lies, damned lies, and CET

I borrowed my title of course from the great Mark Twain and gave it a twist that only a blogger trying to attract new readers can come up with. But it’s basically true, you can look at any set of … Continue reading

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18th warmest year in central England

2016 in the CET series looks to have been the 18th warmest year since the monthly series began in 1659. It was according to my statistics just +0.02°C warmer than last year. That makes it that 12 of the last … Continue reading

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December 2016 in Central England

December 2016 can be summed up as a generally mild month where the daily CET value alternated between distinct periods of very mild and brief colder spells, especially at the start and end of the month, with a record warm … Continue reading

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