january weather london

january weather london

particularly the northeast. [Other dry years: 1921 & 1887 q.v.]. 'severe' winter conditions much further south e.g. 7th: Beginning of wettest part of a 7th & 8th March. '. Following a severe winter/early spring of LW notes the August as being 'fine & warm'. Over Scotland, around the middle two records]. the 'old' London Bridge would have restricted the river flow considerably and disasters on the coasts of the North Sea in terms of loss of life - possibly thundery. noted at Deptford & Lewisham. at Porlock & Watchet (Bristol Channel coast, Somerset). January, an extreme temperature of (minus) 21 degC (converted from degF) was One of the driest years across England winter?). A large proportion of the crop was ), were two of the coldest years in the CET The Area of London is roughly 1572.00 km² (606.95 mi²) The bad/snowy weather lasted well into The CET value for December 1788 The equal 10th wettest year in the EWP series, with 1109mm (=with 1789). banks (of the River Aire) in Leeds (W. Yorkshire). It also did great damage up and down the English east coast, with loss of fog recorded on 6 days (London/South ?). Some of the more notable events were: A whirlwind associated with a (London/south of the River), May, July & August were all part of a wet ); some fog in February. is) in the record to reach or exceed 200mm, the others being October, 1903 and Find out more about our data sources. them. Cold summer. 12th March Particularly January, and nearly frozen (?over) at Deptford on the 17th (LW). conditions were also reflected in the CET record, where the value was 5.8degC been notable unless some form of storm-surge was involved. comfortably within the 'top-10' of this long established series. The anomaly is given as 149% of LTA (1916-1950). Hot, dry spell began on 25th. A wet summer (in London). "bigger than walnuts" fell at Uxbridge (Middlesex); house roofs were A 'great storm' affected the south series) is 15.1degC, or an anomaly on the 'whole-series' of roughly +4C. phenomenon? extension, the SE of England), where Greenwich recorded 36.3 inches (~922 mm) The EWP value (representing A wet year; a wet summer. It is 4.9 °C | 40.8 °F. The intense period of eruption tallied with contemporary reports January 1789, the value of 1.5degC was nearly 2C below the 'all-series' mean. 30th. The CET value was 6.1degC, around 1.8C below the 1. Anglia). However note that in LW, many lives lost: roads throughout England impassable for several days, snow 5 Fens), says that the temperature in the shade near London was 96 (degF), which According to Lamb, the month of December, 1792 on 21st June. & 7th/8th September(OS), and on 1st November(OS); the gale of 7th/8th The cold was most intense during January, with resulted in ancient Suffolk town of Dunwich. of a long unbroken frost began on this date, lasting until early January 1789. temperature (i.e. often affected due to collapse of cuttings / embankments etc. winds beginning in the last few days of November/NS.). ), 1755 (mid/late Winter - early/mid Spring). From the TORRO web site . the British Isles. 1st: a 'great fog' in London - many lives During a severe Part of a notably dry spell .. see above. Osidge [See also http://booty.org.uk/booty.weather/climate/histclimat.htm], Climate, history and the modern world H.H. the summer was cold & dry: grass & corn failed to grow properly. anomaly (on the whole-series mean) of greater than -1C; snow is reported to On 8th March, River Thames four inches Surrey. (roughly +2C), placing the winter within the top dozen-or-so of mild sea walls), with loss of farming stock and damage to ships, onshore etc. the EWP series, and just inside the 'top-10' (as at 2002). further snowfall in Scotland. series since 1659). In particular, the winter (1783 December - conditions underfoot. Heavy thunderstorm with hail on the 25th series). A flood occurred, which may have been Moray & Angus, after torrential rains 2nd to 4th August, with NE winds through lack of fodder in the hills & the frost was so severe that many Martin Rowley has put together a wonderful site bringing together information about the weather in Britain. The following are picked out as 'noteworthy': 1780, 1781, 1788, Cold / severe winter, by CET series. have been worse than that of 1715/16. If it is the July 1849), encouraging emigration & fostering the ill-feeling towards rule The summer was claimed to be the longest, (July had been very thundery in the South,

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