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Dry anticyclonic February of 1934 with a wintry end


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  • Location: Irlam
  • Location: Irlam

February 1934 was a dry, anticyclonic dominated month. At the end, there was a cold influx from the north that brought some snow.

Rainfall % averages (1881-1915)


England and Wales: 22

Scotland: 42

Ireland: 11


It was particularly sunny in places


Ross-on-Wye: 119hrs

Gorleston: 114hrs


Rainfall totals in inches


England and Wales

Camden Square: 0.2

Folkestone: 0.19

Eastbourne: 0.04

Ventnor: 0.04

Slough: 0.13

Oxford: 0.24

Weymouth: 0.03

Plymouth: 0.11

Penzance: 0.21

Shifnal: 0.31

Edgbaston: 0.29

Boston: 0.52

Derby: 0.41

Manchester: 0.32

Southport: 0.09

Hull: 1.81

Middlesbrough: 0.75

Carlisle: 0.16



Abergavenny: 0.29

Cardiff: 0.59

Llandudno: 0.27

Aberystwyth: 0.50



Dumfries: 0.28

Edinburgh: 0.09

Glasgow: 0.52

Islay: 0.84

Montrose: 0.16

Aberdeen: 0.65




Waterford: 0.29

Dublin: 0.03

Galway: 0.26

Armagh: 0.27

Belfast: 0.46

Londonderry: 0.98






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