Monthly Archives: December 2017

Extreme Christmas and New Year’s since 1772 in Central England

The tables below (figs 1 & 2) rank the mildest and coldest Christmas and New Year’s holidays since 1772. For the purposes of these statistics which I’ve generated from the daily CET values from 1772, I’ve extended the holiday to cover … Continue reading

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The four seasons of 2017 in Central England

Here’s a quick look back at the four seasons of 2017 as seen in the daily temperature of Central England. I suppose the graph (fig 1) says it all about last Winter. A cold few days just after Christmas, and … Continue reading

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Near average November brings to an end the 23rd mildest Autumn since 1659

November ended on a cold note, and just managed to cancel out the mid-month mildness, so that the mean temperature for the month of 6.81°C was 0.33°C below the 1981-2010 long-term average (fig 1). The mean anomaly by day of … Continue reading

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