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7Th September 1868

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1868 was a very warm year with several heatwaves.

The 7th of September 1868 was a very hot day in the south, the 6th was a very warm day for September, north of the Border.

7th September 1868

33.3C Linton Park

32.8C Camden Square

31.7C Leicester

30.8C Boston

30.6C Bury St.Edmunds

30.1C Orleton

29.4C Derby

27.6C North Shields

6th September maxima, Scotland

26.4C Stirling

25.8C Dumfries

25.7C Aberdeen

25.6C Nookton

25.6C Ayr

Wales

30.8C Rhayader

25.8C Llandudno

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