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Offline Sussex snow magnet  
#61 Posted : 02 July 2013 15:04:17(UTC)
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So the 1st half of the year has only got a handfull of years in the 20th/21st centurys which have been colder, impressive.

1979 6.20

1963 6.23

1986 6.50

1917 6.52

1929 6.55

1985 6.58

1955 6.63

1941 6.67

1942 and 2013 6.82

 

Offline Global Warming  
#62 Posted : 21 July 2013 10:41:21(UTC)
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Another below average month in June - 6 in a row now for 2013. But July will well and truly break that trend.

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#63 Posted : 23 July 2013 13:45:39(UTC)
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Looks like July could make this a bit more sporting.
Offline Global Warming  
#64 Posted : 03 August 2013 12:04:03(UTC)
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First above average month in July and by a long way. But overall we are still well below average this year.

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Offline Stormchaser  
#65 Posted : 30 August 2013 22:34:24(UTC)
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Looks set for a sub-10°C January to August mean temperature here, for the first time since I started recording the temperature data in 2003.

Looking at how it compares to other years, it's going to take a warm September to bring it in line with 2010 and 2012, my first and second coldest years recorded overall.

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Offline Global Warming  
#66 Posted : 01 September 2013 12:37:11(UTC)
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The cold first half of the year is gradually being redressed in the second half. Will September continue the trend?

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Offline Global Warming  
#67 Posted : 26 September 2013 12:36:25(UTC)
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Using my calculations for September the annual CET stands at 9.95C as at the 25th. The forecast suggests we will finally breach the 10C mark on the 29th of this month.

This will be the latest date in the year which 10C has been reached since 1987.

In 1996 we reached 10C on the 27th of September.

In 1987 10C was never reached. The highest figure was 9.75C on 7 October.

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Offline Global Warming  
#68 Posted : 13 October 2013 13:58:15(UTC)
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After a very average month we remain about 0.5C below the 1971-2000 mean

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Offline wallaw  
#69 Posted : 30 October 2013 07:37:25(UTC)
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Looks like October (and the early signs for November) could alter the look of the graph drastically towards the end of the year.

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Offline Global Warming  
#70 Posted : 02 November 2013 12:04:33(UTC)
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After a very warm October we are now running only 0.26C below the 1971-2000 mean

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Offline Global Warming  
#71 Posted : 01 December 2013 11:57:48(UTC)
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After a number of months where the CET has been close to or well above average we returned to a well below average month in November.

The annual CET has now dipped below 10C and stands at 9.91C.

If December is average and comes in at 5.1C the annual CET will finish at 9.46C.

Looking at the competition predictions Taylor 1740 has 9.49C so is in with a good chance as are Deep Powder (9.52C) and schmee (9.55C). Nobody else is close.

The next lowest prediction is Ally Pally Snowman at 8.99C. That figure is still possible but only if the December CET equals 2010 at -0.7C which is highly unlikely.

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Offline Global Warming  
#72 Posted : 29 December 2013 11:45:47(UTC)
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Here is a reminder of the predictions for 2013. Currently I expect the CET to finish around 9.6C so schmee looks likely to be the closest.

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Offline schmee  
#73 Posted : 31 December 2013 17:13:28(UTC)
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Wowsers :) Looking forward to the 2014 CET :)
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Offline Global Warming  
#74 Posted : 02 January 2014 22:07:31(UTC)
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The 2013 CET finished at 9.61C so as expected schmee wins the competition this year with the closest prediction. Congratulations. Caz and Deep Powder were tied in second place.

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Offline schmee  
#75 Posted : 11 January 2014 21:30:00(UTC)
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Thanks SC . :)
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