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Gavin D
Friday, June 30, 2023 1:30:24 PM
Hadley

17.1c to the 29th

3.0c above the 61 to 90 average
2.8c above the 81 to 10 average
TimS
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Friday, June 30, 2023 8:40:03 PM

Hadley

17.1c to the 29th

3.0c above the 61 to 90 average
2.8c above the 81 to 10 average

Originally Posted by: Gavin D 



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Brockley, South East London 30m asl
Gavin D
Saturday, July 1, 2023 12:34:24 PM
June confirmed as 17.0c
Retron
Saturday, July 1, 2023 12:37:41 PM

June confirmed as 17.0c

Originally Posted by: Gavin D 


Just under, I think - close, but no cigar!

It's 16.96 going by the daily data on the MetO website, but that itself is rounded of course!
Leysdown, north Kent
Bertwhistle
Saturday, July 1, 2023 12:53:04 PM

Just under, I think - close, but no cigar!

It's 16.96 going by the daily data on the MetO website, but that itself is rounded of course!

Originally Posted by: Retron 



Just beat 1976 though (although that was 17.0 on the old HadCET database. The duration of the warmth was remarkable I think. Locally, only 5 days failed to reach maxima of 22C and these were all in the 19s. There were 16 days of 25 or more and from 8th to 29th no day was colder than 23.7C. However, the highest was 29.0 which of course doesn't get near 1976.

My mean max = 24.9, ranking not far off of of the best Julys and Augusts I've had. Mean min =13.4 (not far off 1976).
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Hungry Tiger
Saturday, July 1, 2023 1:20:00 PM

Just beat 1976 though (although that was 17.0 on the old HadCET database. The duration of the warmth was remarkable I think. Locally, only 5 days failed to reach maxima of 22C and these were all in the 19s. There were 16 days of 25 or more and from 8th to 29th no day was colder than 23.7C. However, the highest was 29.0 which of course doesn't get near 1976.

My mean max = 24.9, ranking not far off of of the best Julys and Augusts I've had. Mean min =13.4 (not far off 1976).

Originally Posted by: Bertwhistle 



Just looked on the Hadley Table. 17.0C
5th warmest June on record. I think that's damned good. I was 2C out so I've lost some serious points here though.

 
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Frank H
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Saturday, July 1, 2023 2:47:54 PM


Congratulations to ARTzeman for being the closest.

Table to June

rickm          3.11
caz              3.29
artzeman    3.35
Gavin D      3.74
grandad     3.77
bolty           3.79
tierradelfuego 3.91
dingle rob   3.97
taylor1740   4.16
windywillow 4.22
stomchaser  4.67
scillydave     4.81
norseman     4.84
kendalian     5.17
hungry tiger 5.37
jmm2005     5.42
gezm           5.57
lanky            5.59
redmoons    5.65
sussex snow magnet 5.71
jacee            5.84
snowshoe    6.07
sswd            6.07
col                6.12
frank h         6.91
ap snowman 7.26
bertwhistle   7.62
Wrightington, Wigan
Caz
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Saturday, July 1, 2023 4:07:54 PM
Well done Art for being closest and rickm for getting to the top!  👍
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Bolty
Saturday, July 1, 2023 4:16:37 PM

June confirmed as 17.0c

Originally Posted by: Gavin D 



That's good then. It would have been a shame if it fell short.
Scott
Blackrod, Lancashire (4 miles south of Chorley) at 156m asl.
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Jerry P
Monday, July 3, 2023 7:23:14 AM

Just looked on the Hadley Table. 17.0C
5th warmest June on record. I think that's damned good. I was 2C out so I've lost some serious points here though.

 

Originally Posted by: Hungry Tiger 



Looking at the June ‘league table’, it’s incredible that two years recorded Junes of 18C (1676!) and 18.2C (1846) and that they were in a time when our weather was cooler in general.

In fact the top 3 Junes for warmth are all pre 1900 whereas the top 3 July and Augusts are all post 1975 😲

Looking further down the table, very warm Junes are mostly a feature of the 19th and 18th centuries with only 7 Junes since 1900 featuring in the top 20 warmest.  
West Somerset, 103m asl
lanky
Monday, July 3, 2023 2:05:33 PM

Looking at the June ‘league table’, it’s incredible that two years recorded Junes of 18C (1676!) and 18.2C (1846) and that they were in a time when our weather was cooler in general.

In fact the top 3 Junes for warmth are all pre 1900 whereas the top 3 July and Augusts are all post 1975 😲

Looking further down the table, very warm Junes are mostly a feature of the 19th and 18th centuries with only 7 Junes since 1900 featuring in the top 20 warmest.  

Originally Posted by: Jerry P 



I had a look to see what data was available other than the CET mean daily data for June 1846 and noticed that our friend Gav did one of his vids for that month in 2021, so thanks to him for this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy_StYzfuW0 

This is just the synoptic charts for each day as it is about as far back as you can go for detailed info but you can see why is was such a scorcher. Other than the last week when the Atlantic broke through (much like 2023) the rest of the month had high pressure over ot just to the east of the UK and not so far north as this year bringing in more of a SE-S rather than NE-SE flow. There was a short period where an "Azores Ridge" type westerly came in but not for long

Bearing in mind that the Global temperature is about 1.5-2C warmer in the UK than in 1846, this 18.2 would be about 20C in "todays money" and even so the final week of 1846 was distinctly average

 
Martin
Richmond, Surrey
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