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Tag Archives: December 2010
What a difference a year makes
Last year we had the coldest December in more than a century, with repeated heavy snowfalls and prolonged sub-zero temperatures. This year has been a starkly different story, with conditions so far this month being much more normal for the … Continue reading
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December 2010 likely to be coldest in UK series
As December draws to a close, early provisional figures from the Met Office suggest that this December is very likely to be the coldest across the UK since the national series began in 1910. This December the average temperature for … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged December 2010, record cold, temperature, weather Comments Off on December 2010 likely to be coldest in UK series