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The warmest June on record...June 1846


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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

    June 1846 is the warmest June in the CET record with a value of 18.2 (1.2 higher that the warmest June of the 20th Century, 1976 with 17.0)

    June 1846 (18.2)

    1. 16.3

    2. 15.9

    3. 16.6

    4. 17.1

    5. 17.5

    6. 18.0

    7. 18.6

    8. 18.4

    9. 18.4

    10. 18.3

    11. 18.4

    12. 18.4

    13. 18.5

    14. 18.5

    15. 18.6

    16. 18.7

    17. 18.8

    18. 18.9

    19. 19.0

    20. 19.1

    21. 19.1

    22. 19.2 (19.7 in 2006)

    23. 19.0

    24. 18.8

    25. 18.6

    26. 18.5

    27. 18.4

    28. 18.3

    29. 18.3

    30. 18.2

    The period 10th-16th June was exceptionally hot with a CET of 20.5

    Note how the CET was 19.2 that compares with 19.7 at the same stage for July 2006

    Here are a few Times articles on this remarkable June

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  • Location: Cheshire
  • Location: Cheshire

    The Times notes a new book, 'A Sultry Month' - scenes of London literary life in 1846, written by Alethea Hayter. For the first 22 days of June 1846, the average daytime temperature was 84F in the shade, 105F in the sun, London's artists were cracking under the strain, and the smell from the sewers (reported the 'Daily News', founded by Charles Dickens) was 'most offensive'. £12.99 from Faber. 

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  • Location: G.Manchester
  • Location: G.Manchester

    Global surface anomaly for June 1846 against 1850 - 1900 avg

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    Looks like a real scorcher across much of Europe. Notably warm across NW USA & Siberia also.

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