A very mild day in March

It’s not uncommon to see very mild temperatures in March so this afternoon values widely above 16°C and locally up to 19°C, with a little help from Snowdonia, shouldn’t be considered another sign of global warming as so often they are. Temperatures as high as 25.6°C have been reported in late March before (29th of March 1968), and as far as I can see the record for the 24th is 22.2°C set in 1918 in Nottinghamshire is in no danger whatsoever.

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