Central England Temperature Stats For 2013

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

 

The CET numbers for 2013 are now issued. As I suggested in September, last year was the second coldest since 1996, second only to 2010, one of the coldest years of the last century.

Figure 1 gives annual means since 1980, with the 1981-2010 average. Figure 2 shows the 5-Year running average.

 

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Figure 1

 

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Figure 2

 

Highlights 

  • Three of the last four years have been the coldest since 1996.
  • The 5-Year running average has been falling steadily since 2006, and now stands at 9.78C. It has not been as low as this since 1990.
  • CET in 2013 was 9.56C and was only the 55th warmest since 1900.
  • Last year was also the 107th warmest on the full CET record, going back to 1659, tying with 1900.
  • The full Met Office data for the UK is not out yet, but it looks certain…

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