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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

    After the severe winter of 1928-29 came March 1929, which was an exceptionally dry month, 2nd driest March on record for England and Wales with a total of just 8.0mm

    Rainfall in terms of % of 1881-1915

    England and Wales: 13%

    Scotland: 24%

    Ireland: 24%

    Rainfall totals in inches

    Camden Square: 0.1

    Reigate: 0.2

    Brighton: 0.8

    High Wycombe: 0.6

    Oxford: 0.8

    Cambridge: 0.3

    Chelmsford: 0.6

    Norwich: 0,7

    Devizes: 0.16

    Plymouth: 0.75

    Penzance: 0.54

    Church Stretton: 0.33

    Birmingham Edgbaston: 0,16

    Boston: 0,28

    Worksop: 0.6

    Runcorn: 0.57

    Southport: 0.84

    Scarborough: 0.13

    Middlesbrough: 0.11

    Carlisle: 0.61

    Cardiff: 0.59

    Aberystwyth: 0.84

    Llandudno: 0.17

    Dumfries: 0.77

    Eskdalemuir: 1.10

    Edinburgh: 0.2

    Glasgow: 0.9

    Oban: 1.62

    Tiree: 0.69

    Dundee: 0.42

    Braemar: 0.31

    Aberdeen: 0.22

    Ullapool: 1.96

    Stornaway: 1.23

    Wick: 0.88

    Lerwick: 1.20

    Valentina: 1.37

    Waterford: 1.01

    Dublin: 0.22

    Galway: 1.15

    Enniskillen: 0.20

    Armagh: 0.32

    Belfast: 0.81

    Londonderry: 0.85

    Another feature was how sunny it was

    Totals in hrs

    Stornoway: 131 +26

    Aberdeen: 145 +28

    Dublin: 201 +78

    Valentina: 197 +74

    Liverpool: 180 +72

    Kew: 146 +41

    There was wide diurnal temperature ranges during the months with numerous locations going from subzero to high teens on a number occasions.

    21C was reached at Hull and Norwich on the 9th, 25C at Wakefield on the 29th

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