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Hot Spell Of July 1901

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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

    There was a hot spell just after mid-month of the July of 1901, where maxima got to 90F+ in places.

    Here are some reports from this month.

    Lewes: Max temps above 80F on 14 days

    St Albans: Max temps above 80F on 10 days

    Oxford: Max above 90F on 2 days

    Wisbech: Max above 82F from 16th to 21st

    Wellington: Max of 88F on 19th

    Cheltenham: 89.3F on the 18th

    Manchester: 91.0F on 18th and 19th

    Llandudno: 89.5F on 20th

    Aberystwyth: 93.0F on 20th

    Ross-on-Wye: Max above 80F on 8 days

    Hartley Whitney: 91F on 18th, 90F on 19th and 90F on 20th

    Launceston: 84.7F on 18th, 85.2F on 19th and 83.9F on 20th

    Cargen: 89.0F on 20th

    Dundee: 82.7F on 18th

    Dublin: Max above 70F on 16 days

    Omagh: A minimum of 64F on the 17th


    It recorded a CET of 18.0

    Edited by Mr_Data
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