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Central England Temperatures – March 2013

The annual anomaly is now running well below average, at –1.40C, a figure not seen since the 19thC.

The March numbers are out for the CET series, and as I anticipated a couple of weeks back, they are the lowest since 1962, when a similar blocking high pressure system also led to cold polar weather across the country. (More details on 1962 here).

The annual anomaly is now running well below average, at –1.40C, a figure not seen since the 19thC.

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One thought on “Central England Temperatures – March 2013

  1. Grumpy,

    I’ve just amended my post. This March was even colder than I thought! It is the coldest since 1892.

    http://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/cet-march-2013/

    Posted by Paul Homewood | April 5, 2013, 5:20 pm

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