A couple of graphs to compare the CET and 1910 gridded temperature series.
New temperature records are getting broken so frequently across the world that I can’t keep up with them!
It’s only when a temperature record is broken that the effect of the foehn wind is ever noticed.
Another record overnight maximum temperature this time in Norway.
I can’t see this temperature being rejected and it’s very likely that this will break the existing warmest day in the UK recorded at Achnashellach on the 2nd of December 1948.
If the Met Office are serious about how accurately they measure temperature across the UK, why didn’t they just ask the Botanic gardens there to relocate the screen away from the buildings?
This chart of maximum temperature anomalies for the 29th of December unfortunately doesn’t include any of the WOW station values. If it did you might find there were some values of 12°C or more above the LTA along the northwest coast of Scotland.
Is last night’s temperature of 19.2°C from northwest Scotland to be believed?
In many places across Ireland and northern Scotland overnight minimum temperatures fell no lower than 10°C
A look back at the mean temperature of the last 10 winters across the UK.
A typical winters day across IONA
The cold spell that none of the TV weather presenters noticed was going on has finally ended.