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Offline ARTzeman  
#41 Posted : 06 January 2014 12:24:10(UTC)
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Thanks for the chart...Near the bottom already...

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Offline warrenb  
#42 Posted : 07 January 2014 14:01:32(UTC)
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I have missed this, but if I could I would go with 9.82
Offline scillydave  
#43 Posted : 07 January 2014 22:29:45(UTC)
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Me too - I would've gone for 10.84

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#44 Posted : 10 January 2014 17:20:35(UTC)
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Met Office Hadley   Provisional  January CET   3.59c  to the 9th...    Just the ANOMALY .!!!

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Offline Caz  
#45 Posted : 13 January 2014 16:41:16(UTC)
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  I missed it too.  If I'm not too late, could I please, pretty please, go for 10.12 

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Offline JACKO4EVER  
#46 Posted : 15 January 2014 06:44:13(UTC)
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Me too Caz! Thought I would have gone for 10.45 but seems it's too late! Ah well, should have paid more attention LOL
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Offline Whether Idle  
#47 Posted : 07 February 2014 17:37:23(UTC)
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I'd go for 10.88c if permitted.

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Offline ARTzeman  
#48 Posted : 10 February 2014 12:42:15(UTC)
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Annual  figure for me is running at 5.6c. Away to go yet..

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#49 Posted : 13 February 2014 13:41:53(UTC)
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one wonders how long it will take the ground to dry out. presumably, this will supress max temps when the change to spring eventually comes.

Offline ARTzeman  
#50 Posted : 13 February 2014 14:49:21(UTC)
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Reading My Annual mean today, cites 5.4c ....

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Offline ARTzeman  
#51 Posted : 23 March 2014 10:25:22(UTC)
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My Annual  Mean 6.4c. At the moment ... 

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Offline Stormchaser  
#52 Posted : 28 March 2014 17:36:29(UTC)
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This isn't CET data, its my own, but I figured it would be interseting to illustrate the way temperatures have behaved this year, and the vast contrast between 2014 and 2013 across the first 87 days.

What's shown is the current joint-warmest year to the end of March, 2007 (level with 2008), the current coldest year both to the end of March and for the whole 12 months, and then 2014 up to yesterday.

It's clear that 2014 did not feature the exceptionally mild conditions of 2007 during January (days 1-31) and parts of February (days 32-60) as 2007, but has made a bit of a gain during March.

The current model output takes the running mean up to 6.75*C once March is finished... and that would be the highest I've seen since starting the records in 2003.

It would then have to go some to prevent 2007 from taking back the lead in April, though... that month in 2007 was among the warmest on record for much of the UK, including my location, where it is second behind that of 2011.

 

The contrast between this year and last is just phenominal, but doesn't seem so surprising these days - not as much as I would have found it a decade ago. These dramatic swings between extremes appear to be an increasingly frequent occurence - but I can't be sure as I haven't checked the historical records in enough detail.

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Offline ARTzeman  
#53 Posted : 31 March 2014 13:50:19(UTC)
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Annual Mean for me is 6.3c..this morning...

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Offline ARTzeman  
#54 Posted : 27 April 2014 11:25:38(UTC)
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My Annual CET at the moment reads 7.4c   with  1.7c   from the norm.

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Offline ARTzeman  
#55 Posted : 16 May 2014 10:38:36(UTC)
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Mine to date is reading  8.3. Anomaly  2.6c...  An end of June type figure....

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Offline Global Warming  
#56 Posted : 07 June 2014 14:14:53(UTC)
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The smallest anomaly so far in May but still a very warm month. Overall we are currently more than 1.5C above average for the year.

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Offline ARTzeman  
#57 Posted : 08 June 2014 11:24:41(UTC)
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My back garden annual cet is growing to 9.7c... anomaly  0.5c.  ....

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#58 Posted : 12 June 2014 17:49:59(UTC)
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My mean temperature for the year so far stepped into the nines after yesterday was done with, which is about as early as I've ever recorded it happening.

This year is in a position full of potential right now; even an average summer in terms of temperatures could leave the annual mean somewhere in line with the very warmest years recorded.

 

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Offline Devonian  
#59 Posted : 12 June 2014 19:13:59(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Stormchaser Go to Quoted Post
My mean temperature for the year so far stepped into the nines after yesterday was done with, which is about as early as I've ever recorded it happening.

This year is in a position full of potential right now; even an average summer in terms of temperatures could leave the annual mean somewhere in line with the very warmest years recorded.

Indeed. If my figures are right it looks like the 12 month rolling CET is already in the high tens with elevens likely for a few months unless we see cold anomalies.

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#60 Posted : 25 June 2014 07:25:47(UTC)
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My reading is  10.1c.    Anomaly   4.4c. .....

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