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The Warmest Januaries After 1899


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  • Location: Yorkshire Puddin' aka Kirkham, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
  • Weather Preferences: cold winters, cold springs, cold summers and cold autumns
  • Location: Yorkshire Puddin' aka Kirkham, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

Below is a list of Januaries that are above the 1960-1991 C.E.T of 3.2C after 1899. There is an awful lot of mild Januaries in this list and there is also a wide range of mild C.E.Ts ranging from as 'low' as 3.3C to as high as 7.5C.

NOTE: Some Januaries will share the same ranking number as they the same overall C.E.T.

  • Ranking Year C.E.T Description
    1 1916 7.5 Very warm
    2 1921 7.3 Very warm
    3 2007 7.1 Very warm
    4 1975 6.8 Warm
    5 1983 6.7 Warm
    6 1990 6.5 Warm
    7 1932 6.3 Warm
    8 1989 6.1 Warm
    9 2005 6.0 Warm
    10 1974 5.9 Very mild
    10 1976 5.9 Very mild
    10 1993 5.9 Very mild
    11 1944 5.8 Very mild
    12 1938 5.7 Very mild
    13 1923 5.6 Very mild
    13 1930 5.6 Very mild
    14 1949 5.5 Very mild
    14 1957 5.5 Very mild
    14 1969 5.5 Very mild
    14 1999 5.5 Very mild
    14 2002 5.5 Very mild
    15 1948 5.4 Very mild
    16 1906 5.3 Very mild
    16 1925 5.3 Very mild
    16 1988 5.3 Very mild
    16 1994 5.3 Very mild
    17 1920 5.2 Very mild
    17 1928 5.2 Very mild
    17 1937 5.2 Very mild
    17 1998 5.2 Very mild
    17 2004 5.2 Very mild
    18 1943 4.9 Mild
    18 1981 4.9 Mild
    18 2000 4.9 Mild
    19 1995 4.8 Mild
    20 1902 4.7 Mild
    20 1924 4.7 Mild
    21 1926 4.6 Mild
    21 1927 4.6 Mild
    22 1913 4.5 Mild
    22 1935 4.5 Mild
    22 1967 4.5 Mild
    22 1971 4.5 Mild
    22 1973 4.5 Mild
    22 2003 4.5 Mild
    23 1900 4.4 Mild
    23 1968 4.4 Mild
    24 1962 4.3 Mild
    24 1996 4.3 Mild
    24 2006 4.3 Mild
    25 1903 4.2 Mild
    25 1939 4.2 Mild
    25 1950 4.2 Mild
    26 1904 4.1 Mild
    26 1915 4.1 Mild
    26 1934 4.1 Mild
    27 1951 3.9 Slightly mild
    27 1961 3.9 Slightly mild
    27 1972 3.9 Slightly mild
    28 1911 3.8 Slightly mild
    28 1918 3.8 Slightly mild
    28 1960 3.8 Slightly mild
    28 1984 3.8 Slightly mild
    29 1914 3.7 Slightly mild
    29 1922 3.7 Slightly mild
    29 1936 3.7 Slightly mild
    29 1970 3.7 Slightly mild
    29 1992 3.7 Slightly mild
    30 1905 3.6 Slightly mild
    30 1907 3.6 Slightly mild
    30 1912 3.6 Slightly mild
    30 1956 3.6 Slightly mild
    31 1901 3.5 Slightly mild
    31 1909 3.5 Slightly mild
    31 1910 3.5 Slightly mild
    31 1986 3.5 Slightly mild
    32 1958 3.4 Slightly mild
    32 1964 3.4 Slightly mild
    32 1978 3.4 Slightly mild
    33 1953 3.3 Slightly mild
    33 1965 3.3 Slightly mild
    33 1991 3.3 Slightly mild
    34 1931 3.2 Average
    34 2001 3.2 Average

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