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: A maximum temperature of 25.8 °C was recorded at Treknow (Cornwall) on the 19th. A minimum temperature of -6.8 °C was recorded at Braemar (Aberdeenshire) on the 10th. In the 24 hours ending at 0900 GMT on the 28th, 58.2 mm of rain fell at Buxton (Derbyshire). A wind gust of 71 knots (82 mph

snow-and-low-temperatures-february-to-march-2018---met-office.pdf

temperature for England, beating -3.3 °C at Buxton, Derbyshire on 5 March 1942, and at Spadeadam, Cumbria on 2 March 1965. A very large number of long-running weather stations recorded their lowest March daily maximum temperature on record, examples including -0.1 °C at Valley, Anglesey (87 years), 0.8

midlands_-climate---met-office.pdf

and 308.5 hours at Cheltenham in June 1957. The highest UK monthly total is 383.9 hours at Eastbourne (East Sussex) in July 1911. In the dullest winter months, less than 20 hours have been recorded, with only 4.1 hours at Buxton in January 1996, but there was none at all in December 1890 in central

Microsoft Word - CompleteDocumentOctober2019.docx

spells on the 24th. Buxton (Derbyshire) recorded 67.2 mm of rain on the 25th, and Leek (Staffordshire) had a maximum of only 5.2°C on the 26th. 27th to 31st High pressure built to the north of the UK bringing colder settled weather. There were a few showers in the north-west on the 27th, but other areas

NCIC Monthly Summary

, dull, wet and windy with Redesdale (Northumberland) only reaching 8.1 °C. It was brighter with showers, these locally thundery in the south, on the 28th, while remaining cool with Buxton (Derbyshire) only reaching 8.1 °C. The 29th was a very wet day for most with 89.8 mm at Seathwaite (Cumbria

snow-and-low-temperatures-december-2010---met-office.pdf

of snow during Friday 26 November and the snow coverage gradually extended further south (32 cm at Buxton, Derbyshire on 1 December). On 1 December the wind shi ed to a more easterly direction bringing fresh snowfalls to southeast England (26 cm at Charlwood, Surrey on 2 December). Snow also fell

NCIC Monthly Summary

increasingly to snow as it spread inland, and this spread over the Midlands and south-west during the day on the 29th with 8 cm of lying snow reported at Buxton (Derbyshire), with rain showers following behind into eastern areas. The 30th was cold with a high of just -1.9 °C at Carlisle (Cumbria); the south

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54.649, -3.458 Automatic Bridlington Mrsc England 54.094, -0.174 Automatic Brize Norton England 51.758, -1.576 Automatic Broadwindsor England 50.821, -2.789 Manual Brooms Barn England 52.26, 0.567 Automatic Bude England 50.828, -4.545 Automatic Buntingford, No 2 England 51.943, -0.09 Manual Buxton

NCIC Monthly Summary

, but wintry showers at first over north-eastern coasts became more widespread generally with rain, sleet, snow and hail, Buxton (Derbyshire) recording 4 cm of lying snow. It was coldest in eastern areas to start the 12th; cloudy at first in southern counties with some sleet and snow at first

NCIC Monthly Summary

with showers, these locally thundery in the south, on the 28th, while remaining cool with Buxton (Derbyshire) only reaching 8.1 °C. The 29th was a very wet day for most with 89.8 mm at Seathwaite (Cumbria). Rain spread south-east on the 30th, most of it light. The 31st was generally wet and very windy

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