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From the very mild to cold, 100 years ago as a Scandinavian high develops

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100 years ago today, 7th January 1914, was a very mild day. Maxima of 12.8C at Crieff and 13.3C at Gordon Castle were recorded.

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The weather changed as a Scandinavia high develops

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A low pressure developed over southern parts of the UK bring rain here but snow further north. Crieff that was 12.8C on the 7th, had 17.5 inches of snow by the end of the 11th

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The high pressure drifted closer to the UK and some low minima were recorded

Buxton and Nottingham: -8.9C

Harrogate: -10.6C

Newton Rigg: -12.2C

The cold spell gradually relaxed over time finally ending on the 25th

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