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Tag Archives: temperature records
On the record – observing a ‘heatwave’
Last week on 1 July the UK saw its warmest July daily max temperature on record (records date back as far as 1853), with 36.7 °C at Heathrow. This has led to considerable interest in the wider context of the … Continue reading
What’s causing the warm weather in the UK?
Temperatures continue to break records across parts of the UK. Cromdale in Moray reached 23.2 deg C on Monday breaking the record set the day before for the warmest March day in Scotland. Following on from our post yesterday ‘Why … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged Cromdale, Fyvie Castle, Moray, Scotland, spring, temperature records, temperatures, warm Comments Off on What’s causing the warm weather in the UK?