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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

    The first half of March 1931 was generally cold and especially cold around the 7th to 11th (CET: -1.0) in a strong easterly wind. It was largely dry to begin with just scattered snow flurries but a trough in the flow brought heavy snowfalls to many eastern areas around the 9th. Maxima were very low for March, indeed some places recorded an ice day during this period. Frosts were severe and very penetrating due to the strong east wind.

    The second half of the month was much milder than the first and the overall CET ended as 4.2, despite the first half being only 1.2

    Here is the 9th of March 1931 edition of the Times

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