Record cold in Northern Ireland

Katesbridge, pictured here in December, often records NI’s highest and lowest temperatures

Not just for one town, but for all of Northern Ireland.

Saturday night was the coldest September night on record for Northern Ireland, the Met Office has confirmed.

Katesbridge, in County Down, fell to a chilly -3.7C.

The hamlet is (supposedly) well known for often recording the island of Ireland’s highest and lowest temperature.

Even so – a record is still a record.

Thanks to Ben Vorlich for this link

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