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  1. -5.6 in Santon Downham in June 1962 in and -9.4 in nearby Lynford in May 1941 are quite impressive. I doubt we'll see lower May/June temps again any time soon in southern England.
  2. Not sure that is easy. Did the weather station in Cambridge that recorded the still-standing record November high of 70F in 1938 meet current standards? Where even in Cambridge was it located?
  3. If the Radcliffe Observatory in Oxford can happily downgrade to a Class 5 site every June (see here), then it shouldn't be surprising what goes on around lesser stations.
  4. Hi, I visited the Cambridge Botanic Garden site this morning and have uploaded three photos to Wikimedia Commons where you can see the current extent of bare soil and vegetation: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cambridge_Botanic_Garden_Weather_Station_from_the_South_West.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cambridge_Botanic_Garden_Weather_Station_from_the_North_West.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cambridge_Botanic_Garden_Weather_Station_from_the_West.jpg
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