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Very Wintry First Half Of March 1892

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The first half of March 1892 was very cold and wintry with frequent snowfalls and severe frosts. The first of March 1892 had a CET of just 0.1C, overall CET was 2.7C

Some reports

Addington: Frost every night from 2nd to 15th


9th: 19F

10th: 21F

13th: 21F

14th: 19F

Torquay: Frequent snow showers from 2nd to 10th, snow cover from 9th to 15th

Stroud: East winds on 8 days, NE winds on 10 days

Orleton: On 10 days of the first 15, temperatures never reached 40F, snow on 7 days

Leicester: mean temp of 36F

Manchester: mean temp of 37.3F, 8 inches of snow on 10th

Cargen: mean temp for first 16 days was 33.4F

Waterford: mean temp of 38.5F

Dublin: snow on 7 days, temperatures only exceeded 50F on 6 days, mean temperature of 39.7F

Doddington Rectory: snow daily from 1st to 13th

Cheltenham: temperatures only above 40F on 2 days from 4th to 12th


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