Monthly Archives: October 2017

Autumn warmth continues

The current warm spell of weather across Central England, and rather spookily ushered in by the start of the astronomical Autumn, seems to be running on and on, and there doesn’t seem to be any sign in the latest NWP … Continue reading

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October 12th warmest since 1772

I know that many of the last 16 postings I’ve made today have been concerning storm Ophelia – never fear – here’s an article about something totally different – Central England Temperatures. The Met Office have just fixed the server … Continue reading

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A second average month in September

A second near average month in Central England with September producing a mean temperature of 13.53°C which was +0.19°C above the 1659-2014 long-term average (fig 1). Figure 1

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