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Could people post information about years ending in six as all i know is the following.

February 1986 - sub zero CET

June 1976 - hottest on record

Summer 1976 - hottest on record

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Could people post information about years ending in six as all i know is the following.

February 1986 - sub zero CET

June 1976 - hottest on record

Summer 1976 - hottest on record

Lol I did this last year! :doh:

June 1976 was not the hottest June on record.

June 1846 was the hottest June on record with a CET of 18.2

Funny enough 4 of the 5 hottest Junes on record have occurred in a year ending in 6.

Also the summers 1676, 1826 and 1976 all held the title of hottest summer on record and all three summers are 150 years apart.

Very rough analysis

1996: Dullest January on record, May, one of the coldest on record.

1986: Last sub zero CET month (Feb), very cold April, cold August and September.

1976: Hottest summer on record, very wet September and October, cold December colder than December 1995

1966: Some notable cold spells January-April, wet April, June: the warmest month of the year.

1956: Sub zero Feb, very cold wet August, September warmer than August.

1946: wet August, highest maximum ever recorded during November (21.7C)

1936: very wet July

1926: cold December, colder than December 1995

1916: mildest January on record, cold snowy March, very cool June, cold December.

1906: wet August, cold December, famous Christmas snowstorm.

1896: warm June, very wet september

1886: Cold Jan-Mar period, cold December

1876: warm July, very wet December

1866: mild January, March colder than January, very wet September

1856: wet August

1846: very mild January-February period, wet April, hottest June on record, wet July-August, very cold December

1836: cold September-October

1826: cold January, very mild February, hottest summer on record until 1976,

1816: very cool year, very wet July

1806: wet July, very mild December

1796: 2nd mildest January on record, very warm April, one of only 6 sub zero December

1786: very cold March, very warm June, cold September-December period.

1776: driest January on record, very cold January, wet May-July period,

1766: cold January-February period.

1756:-

1746: Cold January-March period, warm May, cold October-November period

1736: warm year

1726: very warm May-June period, cold December

1716: an exceptionally cold January

1706:-

1696: -

1686: Mild first 3 months of the year, warm May, warmest summer until 1781.

1676: exceptionally hot June, increasingly cold October-December period culminating in a sub zero december

1666: very warm July-August

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Mr Data, thanks for the data, i believe that i have found a pattern concerning June, if we look at three warm June months, 1676,

1786 and 1896, we can see that there is a 110 year gap with the next cycle occuring in 2006.

Mr Data, are the three years which i mentioned in the top five warmest Junes?????????

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Mr Data, thanks for the data, i believe that i have found a pattern concerning June, if we look at three warm June months, 1676,

1786 and 1896, we can see that there is a 110 year gap with the next cycle occuring in 2006.

Mr Data, are the three years which i mentioned in the top five warmest Junes?????????

1676 has the second warmest June on record.

1896 has joint 15th warmest June on record.

1786 has joint 18th warmest June on record.

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Without doing much research I can remember that July 1996 was the 2nd dullest that decade and May was one of the coldest Mays ver recorded and after December 1995, January 1996 was all rather dull and dreary with no snow or thunder!

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