Gavin D
28 July 2022 13:03:19

Hadley


18.1c to the 27th


2.1c above the 61 to 90 average
1.5c above the 81 to 10 average

TimS
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28 July 2022 13:20:28

Originally Posted by: Gavin D 


Hadley


18.1c to the 27th


2.1c above the 61 to 90 average
1.5c above the 81 to 10 average



Come on CET, you can do it. Keep above 18C.


Need that to keep the dreams of equalling 1995 alive.


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Gavin D
29 July 2022 12:05:55

Hadley


18.1c to the 28th


2.1c above the 61 to 90 average
1.5c above the 81 to 10 average

Col
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29 July 2022 14:09:23

Originally Posted by: Gavin D 


Hadley


18.1c to the 28th


2.1c above the 61 to 90 average
1.5c above the 81 to 10 average



It should surely stay above 18C now. I went for 18.52C and it's unlikely to rise that far. The warm/hot weather is mainly towards the SE and it will need more than that to push it up to that level. However I'm thinking it could edge up to 18.3C or so.


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Gavin D
30 July 2022 12:49:05

Hadley


18.1c to the 29th


2.1c above the 61 to 90 average
1.4c above the 81 to 10 average

Gavin D
31 July 2022 13:14:54
Hadley

18.1c to the 30th

2.1c above the 61 to 90 average
1.4c above the 81 to 10 average
Stormchaser
31 July 2022 20:38:14

Looks like my total error for the past 3 months will be about 0.3°C, pretty uncanny ... too bad (for me) the preceding tri-month total was 2.8°C .


Summer's been kind to me so far but I daren't assume August will play ball. The weather has a thing for pulling rugs out from underneath feet!


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lanky
01 August 2022 13:44:37

The July 2022 CET is out at 18.2C (+2.2 anom)


https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/hadobs/hadcet/data/cet_mean_2022.txt


for the benefit of the league table I get 18.17 as the actual figure to 2 cecimals


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Richmond, Surrey
Caz
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01 August 2022 18:32:14

Originally Posted by: lanky 


The July 2022 CET is out at 18.2C (+2.2 anom)


https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/hadobs/hadcet/data/cet_mean_2022.txt


for the benefit of the league table I get 18.17 as the actual figure to 2 cecimals


Oooh!  I went for 18.2c. 


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Frank H
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01 August 2022 18:48:56

Originally Posted by: Caz 


Oooh!  I went for 18.2c. 



Good effort Caz, it couldn't be closer.


No doubt you'll be moving up the table which I'll post later


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Caz
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01 August 2022 18:53:27

Originally Posted by: Frank H 


 


Good effort Caz, it couldn't be closer.


No doubt you'll be moving up the table which I'll post later


It’s about time I moved up!  


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Frank H
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01 August 2022 19:23:17

 


Table to July:





































































































































jmm20052.49
ap snowman2.85
col2.90
hippydave3.44
stomchaser3.46
gusty3.50
saint snow3.50
scillydave3.60
gezm3.64
sswd3.84
frank h3.84
splinter3.86
taylor17404.12
rickm4.21
dingle rob4.44
redmoons4.71
caz4.80
whether idle4.82
snowshoe4.99
lanky5.24
the professional5.25
hungry tiger5.26
moomin755.46
sussex snow magnet5.64
surreyjohn5.72
artzeman6.20
duncan mcallister6.44
darren s6.64
kendalian7.31
windywillow7.35
springsun7.62
bolty7.85

Wrightington, Wigan
Hungry Tiger
02 August 2022 09:33:29

18.2C imo is in the hot cetogory. Surprised in some ways it wasn't higher.


 


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GezM
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03 August 2022 08:43:44

Originally Posted by: Caz 


It’s about time I moved up!  



Well done Caz 


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GezM
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03 August 2022 08:44:46

Originally Posted by: Hungry Tiger 


18.2C imo is in the hot cetogory. Surprised in some ways it wasn't higher.


 



Probably the Stonyhurst factor


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lanky
03 August 2022 18:43:55

Originally Posted by: GezM 


 


Well done Caz 



Oooh I think we need to get the rule book out for this one


to 1 dec place Caz gets it spot on with 18.2


to 2 dec places Frank H gets it with 18.15 when it was 18.17


referee !!


Martin
Richmond, Surrey
Frank H
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03 August 2022 20:36:21

Originally Posted by: lanky 


 


Oooh I think we need to get the rule book out for this one


to 1 dec place Caz gets it spot on with 18.2


to 2 dec places Frank H gets it with 18.15 when it was 18.17


referee !!



There isn't a rule on this as the met office changed their presentation to one decimal place part way through the year.


As i'm involved I deliberately didn't comment on the monthly winner other than offering ambiguous praise to Caz.


With this being GW's competition, its probably best to leave things as they are for the remainder of the year. That is to continue using 2 decimal places for predictions/results.


After that a decision can be taken, hopefully by GW.


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