Monthly Archives: May 2017

Steep decline in snowfall since 1931 in Central England

I reckon that there has been an almost 60% decline in annual snowfall since 1931. This won’t surprise a lot of people, because snow has become something of a scarce commodity in recent Winters, especially the further south that you … Continue reading

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11th mildest start to a year since 1772

Now that we’re 136 days into the year 2017, I thought that it was about time I looked to see just how this year was shaping up as regards temperatures in Central England. And as you can see from the … Continue reading

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April warmth cancelled out by late cold spell

The early April warmth was cancelled out a little by the late cold spell in Central England, which although lasted no more than 5 days, did manage to limit the mean temperature to just 8.9°C for the month. The final … Continue reading

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