UK warmed by 'second hottest September' since records began



Britain has experienced one of the hottest Septembers since records began, provisional Met Office figures suggest.
This month's mean temperature (14.8C/58.6F) is currently the second warmest on record - behind first-place 2006 (15.2C/59.4F) and just in front of 1949 (14.6C/58.3F).
The hottest day of the year so far was recorded on September 13 when Gravesend in Kent baked in a country-wide high of 34.4C (94F).
It is the first time in over 60 years the hottest day of the year has come in the first month of autumn.
The vast majority of areas across the UK were above the 30-year average... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 30
Source: Belper News
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