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What a Difference a Year Makes.

Strat
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What a Difference a Year Makes.

From my records.

1st July 2015 maximum temperature 32.7 degrees C

1st July 2016 maximum temperature 16.2 degrees C

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Re: What a Difference a Year Makes.

You can bet that as soon as the sun does eventually come out someone will bring up global warming.

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Re: What a Difference a Year Makes.

I remember walking to the corner shop and being exhausted this time last year

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Re: What a Difference a Year Makes.

@Strat That really does surprise me,. the amount of hot air that has been going around recently over Europe ...  Cheesy

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Re: What a Difference a Year Makes.

I actually expected a cooler than usual summer purely on the basis of the really cold blob in the North Atlantic (the SST anomaly was several degrees below normal)

https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/how-the-cold-blob-in-the-atlantic-is-affect...

and this is a later one as the unisys image http://weather.unisys.com/surface/sfc_daily.php?plot=ssa&inv=0&t=cur is broke

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Re: What a Difference a Year Makes.


@Strat wrote:

From my records.

1st July 2015 maximum temperature 32.7 degrees C

1st July 2016 maximum temperature 16.2 degrees C

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Checking through my previous years (2015) Diary, as I regularly do.....

Derbyshire nr Buxton

30th June 29.3ºC in the shade

1st July    32.2ºC in the Shade

 

London area

1st July    36.7ºC in the shade