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The contrasting January and February 1930

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The very wet spell of November-December 1929 continued into the January of 1930.

The 12th of January was a stormy day

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Gusts include

102mph at Falmouth

97mph at Scilly

83mph at Shoeburyness

77mph at Croydon

Many trees were uprooted.

It was also very mild at times

13.3C at Manchester and Dublin on 9th

15.6C at Greenwich on 19th

The wet spell finally ended during early February with more anticyclonic blocking. It also became chillier with more snow and frost

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January CET: 5.6C

February CET: 2.5C

Rainfall to 1881-1915 average

England and Wales

January 170%

February 46%

Scotland

January 131%

February 32%

Ireland

January 152%

February 28%

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