London extremes by month
Posted 21 March 2012 - 18:40
Posted 21 March 2012 - 18:46
This is quite interesting, though it lacks citations:
It has been suggested in Trevor Harley's site for example that some of the extremely low London temperatures of yore may well be more representative of a grass minumum than air minimum, but without knowing the exact details of instrument exposure, calibration and screening (if anyone noted or made a painting!), as you say we shall probably never know.
Posted 21 March 2012 - 18:49
Fair enough Dave.What is a good definition in your books for say Inner London and then Outer London boroughs bsc we still get conflicts over these definitions as well...
Which would you class as Outer London Boroughs and are we going to stick with the strict administrative limits of each Borough?
I think it was closer to -15C actually...if memory serves me well it must have been -14.8C
Northolt lowest in 2010 was -14.2C on 20th December which i remember from the Uk challenge project, Heathrows coldest that winter was -9.4C and St James Park was -5.3C
|1||Pershore (United Kingdom)||-18.7 °C|
|2||Castlederg (United Kingdom)||-18.0 °C|
|3||Benson (United Kingdom)||-17.6 °C|
|4||Capel Curig (United Kingdom)||-16.8 °C|
|5||Crosby (United Kingdom)||-16.5 °C|
|6||Shobdon (United Kingdom)||-15.5 °C|
|7||Redesdale (United Kingdom)||-15.2 °C|
|8||Shap (United Kingdom)||-14.9 °C|
|9||Woodford (United Kingdom)||-14.8 °C|
|10||Farnborough (United Kingdom)||-14.2 °C|
|11||Northolt (United Kingdom)||-14.2 °C|
|12||Yeovilton (United Kingdom)||-14.2 °C|
This post has been edited by Ian Williams: 21 March 2012 - 18:50