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Very Cool Blast Late September 1824

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A cold sharp northerly blast for the the 26th-28th September 1824

London temps

26th: Max of 10C, min of 2.8C

27th: Max of 8.9C, min of 1.1C

28th: Max of 11.1C, min of -2.7C

It didn't last too long as by the 30th the winds had turned southerly and the maximum was 21.1C

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That's almost an opposite about turn to what we've had this week!

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