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When Do You Normally Get....

When Do You Normally Get?  

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  1. 1. Your First Day of 20c+ Temperatures

    • March
      5
    • April
      11
    • May
      5
    • June
      0
  2. 2. Your First Frost of the Autumn

    • August
      0
    • September
      4
    • October
      14
    • November
      2
    • December
      1
  3. 3. Your First Snowfall of the Winter

    • October
      0
    • November
      4
    • December
      12
    • January
      5
  4. 4. Your Last Day of 20c+ Temperatures

    • August
      1
    • September
      14
    • October
      6
  5. 5. Your Last Snowfall of the Winter

    • December
      0
    • January
      0
    • February
      6
    • March
      7
    • April
      7
    • May
      1


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Normally I get my first Frost in Late October or sometimes early November.

First Day of 20c can happen in March though it often happens in April.

Last Day of 20c tends to happen in September or August.

First snowfalls can happen in November though for my location it usually happens in December.

Last snowfalls often occur in March which until recent winters was the snowiest month of the year.

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First day of 20C is normally April, May is quite often the month with the best weather in Highlands.

Last Day of 20C tends to be August or September, quite often mid September has a few days in the low twenties.

First frost is sometimes late September, but always by late October

First snowfalls have happened in October but normally it's in November.

Last snowfalls are normally in late March but it's not unsual to get them up towards the end of April if the weather's bad.

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The first 20C is normally in April (very rarely March)

The first frost of the autumn varies equally between October and November but perhaps more often October

The first snow of the winter historically has increasingly come in November but most often is in December

The last of 20C is normally in October, within the first ten days

The last snowfall of the winter is normally in March

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First 20C is usually sometime between mid-April and mid-May- I've ticked May because in the last 10 years it's been more commonly in that month, in both 2009 and 2010 it wasn't till late May. Last is pretty consistently September, just a couple of Octobers I can remember (1995 and 2001)

First frost- usually October, it has recently started happening in October again like it always used to, after a run of largely frost-free Octobers between 2000 and 2007.

Late November is about average for first snowfall, though it is often well into December. March is the commonest last snowfall month, though April isn't infrequent and May has been known- this past winter's date of 7 January was extraordinary.

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