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Very Mild Start To December 1888


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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

    The 3rd to 6th of December 1888 was exceptionally mild with a tropical SWly airflow. One of the quirks of the British weather that some places recorded a milder day during this spell than they did on the 11th July 1888. It snowed in a few places on the 11th July 1888, there was no snow during that spell.

    Maximum temperatures

    Camden Square: 14.9C on 5th

    Winslow: 15.0C on 4th, 14.9C on 5th

    Leicester: 14.4C on 6th

    Boston: 15.0C on 6th

    Llandudno: 15.6C on 3rd

    Dublin: 15.3C on 3rd and 5th

    Strathfield Turgiss: The temperature at the beginning of the month was extremely high, higher than in Italy or Spain

    Orleton: From the 1st to the 8th, the weather was cloudy and very warm, 14.3c on the 5th

    Oban: Rose and wall flowers in bloom and grass in growth

    Dublin: The mean temperature of the first week was 11.0C

    The CET for the month was 4.9C


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