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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

    Here's a contrast between 1781 with an annual CET of 10.2 and 1782 with an annual CET of 8.01. Months compared to 1751-80 average

    Jan: 2.2 (-0.2) 1781; 5.2 (+2. :( 1782

    Feb: 4.8 (+1.1) 1781; 1.9 (-1. :) 1782

    Mar: 6.6 (+1.3) 1781; 4.1 (-1.2) 1782

    Apr: 9.2 (+1.3) 1781; 5.2 (-2.7) 1782

    May: 12.1 (+0.9) 1781; 9.0 (-2.2) 1782

    Jun: 16.2 (+1.7) 1781; 14.9 (+0.4) 1782

    Jul: 17.4 (+1.3) 1781; 15.6 (-0.5) 1782

    Aug: 17.3 (+1.5) 1781; 14.2 (-1.6) 1782

    Sep: 14.2 (+0. :) 1781; 13.3 (-0.1) 1782

    Oct: 10.6 (+1.3) 1781; 7.6 (-1.7) 1782

    Nov: 6.5 (+0.9) 1781; 2.3 (-3.3) 1782

    Dec: 5.4 (+1.5) 1781; 2.8 (-1.1) 1782

    April 1782 is the joint 3rd coldest April ever recorded, November 1782, the coldest November ever recorded

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    Here's a contrast between 1845 with an annual CET of 8.26 and 1846 with annual CET of 10.15. Months compared to 1811-40 average

    Jan: 3.2 (+0.9) 1845; 6.3 (+3.1) 1846

    Feb: 0.9 (-3.2) 1845; 6.4 (+2.3) 1846

    Mar: 2.0 (-3.4) 1845; 6.1 (+0.7) 1846

    Apr: 8.6 (+0.7) 1845; 7.8 (-0.1) 1846

    May: 9.5 (-1.9) 1845; 12.3 (+0.9) 1846

    Jun: 14.9 (+0.5) 1845; 18.2 (+3. 8) 1846

    Jul: 14.3 (-1.4) 1845; 16.5 (+0. 8) 1846

    Aug: 13.5 (-1.7) 1845; 16.6 (+1.4) 1846

    Sep: 11.4 (-1.6) 1845; 14.7 (+1.7) 1846

    Oct: 9.5 (-0.3) 1845; 9.5 (-0.3) 1846

    Nov: 6.7 (+0.6) 1845; 6.9 (+0. 8) 1846

    Dec: 4.6 (+0.6) 1845; 0.5 (-3.5) 1846

    March 1845 is the 5th coldest March on record, spring 1845 was notably cold despite the above average April.

    June 1846 is the warmest June on record and the summer of 1846 is the 6th warmest summer on record.

    December 1846 was notably cold and that dented the final annual CET for 1846 as the period January-November period is the 8th warmest such period on record

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    Here's a contrast between 1921 with an annual CET of 10.47 and 1922 with an annual CET of 8.67 Months compared to 1891-1920 average

    Jan: 7.3 (+3.6) 1921; 3.7 (0.0) 1922

    Feb: 4.8 (+0.7) 1921; 4.4 (+0.3) 1922

    Mar: 7.4 (+2.1) 1921; 4.6 (-0.7) 1922

    Apr: 8.0 (+0.2) 1921; 5.5 (-2.3) 1922

    May: 11.5 (+0.3) 1921; 12.7 (+1.5) 1922

    Jun: 14.7 (+0.6) 1921; 13.8 (-0.3) 1922

    Jul: 18.5 (+2. 8) 1921; 13.7 (-2.0) 1922

    Aug: 15.4 (0.0) 1921; 13.6 (-1. 8) 1922

    Sep: 14.1 (+1.0) 1921; 12.2 (-0.9) 1922

    Oct: 12.8 (+3.4) 1921; 8.2 (-1.2) 1922

    Nov: 4.6 (-1.6) 1921; 5.9 (-0.3) 1922

    Dec: 6.5 (+2.0) 1921; 5.8 (+1.3) 1922

    January 1921 is joint second warmest January on record. July 1921, the 7th warmest July on record. October 1921, the 5th warmest October on record

    Summer 1922 is the 8th coldest summer on record

    Edited by Mr_Data
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  • Location: Irlam
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    Winter 1780-81: 3.4 (+0.1)

    Winter 1781-82: 4.2 (+0.9)

    Spring 1781: 9.3 (+1.2)

    Spring 1782: 6.1 (-2.0)

    Summer 1781: 17.0 (+1.5)

    Summer 1782: 14.9 (-0.6)

    Autumn 1781: 10.4 (+1.0)

    Autumn 1782: 7.7 (-1.7)

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    Winter: 1844-45 1.5 (-2.0)

    Winter: 1845-46: 5.8 (+2.3)

    Spring 1845: 6.7 (-1.5)

    Spring 1846: 8.7 (+0.5)

    Summer 1845: 14.2 (-0. :(

    Summer 1846: 17.1 (+2.1)

    Autumn 1845: 9.2 (-0.4)

    Autumn 1846: 10.4 (+0. 8)

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    Winter 1920-21: 5.6 (+1.5)

    Winter 1921-22: 4.9 (+0. :)

    Spring 1921: 9.0 (+0.9)

    Spring 1922: 7.6 (-0.5)

    Summer 1921: 16.2 (+1.1)

    Summer 1922: 13.7 (-1.4)

    Autumn 1921: 10.5 (+0.9)

    Autumn 1922: 8.8 (-0. 8)

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