By Paul Homewood
Last month, temperatures in England were notably unnotable!
Since 1659, there have been 122 Septembers as warm or warmer. The hottest, in order, were 2006, 1729, 1865 and 1949.
The hottest day last month was Sep 15th, which reached 27.4C, well below the record of 31.3C set in 1906.
The coldest night was the 28th, with 3.0C. Extreme cold September nights are now very uncommon:
I guess this is what they call climate breakdown!
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October 2, 2020 at 07:42AM