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UK climate extremes

Ampleforth (North Yorkshire) August 8.9 28 August 1919 Bradford (West Yorkshire) August 8.9 28 August 1919 Newton Rigg (Cumbria) September 6.2 27 September 1974 Malham Tarn (North Yorkshire) October 1.1 31 October 1934 Buxton (Derbyshire) October 1.1 31 October 1934 Macclesfield (Cheshire) November

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cricket matches across the country. Most noteworthy were the matches between Essex and Kent at Colchester and between Derbyshire and Lancashire at Buxton. • The snowiest winter of the twentieth century in the United Kingdom was 1947. Between 22 January and 17 March snow fell every day somewhere

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years), Durham (135 years), Bradford, West Yorkshire, Buxton, Derbyshire, Rothamsted, Hertfordshire, Balmoral, Aberdeenshire and Woburn, Bedfordshire (all 100+ years). Monthly mean monthly temperature anomalies across southern England were typically 5 °C above average, reaching 6 °C in a few locations

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