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Here are some high monthly mean pressures for the London area up to 1900AD and greater than 1028mb

January 1779: 1029mb

England and Wales rainfall: 15.3mm

CET: 2.9C

December 1780: 1029.5mb

England and Wales rainfall: 11.1mm

CET: 3.2C

February 1797: 1029.5mb

England and Wales rainfall: 15.3mm

CET: 4.6C

December 1834: 1028.2mb

England and Wales rainfall: 36.2mm

CET: 5.6C

December 1843: 1030.2mb

England and Wales rainfall: 18.2mm

CET: 7.4C

March 1854: 1028.6mb

England and Wales rainfall: 20.7mm

CET: 6.7C

January 1880: 1028.4mb

England and Wales rainfall: 16.2mm

CET: 0.9C

February 1891: 1031.9mb

England and Wales rainfall: 3.6mm

CET: 3.9C

January 1896: 1028.1mb

England and Wales rainfall: 36.0mm

CET: 4.8C

Edited by Mr_Data

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December 1843: 1030.2mb

England and Wales rainfall: 18.2mm

CET: 7.4C

This is a strange December: very dry but also very mild.

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Here are some high monthly mean pressures for the London area up to 1900AD and greater than 1028mb

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Why only up to 1900?

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