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The very mild February of 1914

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February 1914 was a very mild month with a CET of 6.8C 

The first half of the month was exceptionally mild with a CET of 8.3C up to the 15th. Tropical maritime SWly winds were frequent and these gave high maxima and minima for February. On the 2nd, 15.6C was recorded at Hawarden, 14.4C at Gordon Castle , 13.9C at Nairn. On the 3rd, 16.1C was recorded at Shrewsbury  and 15.0C at Rhyl

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Heavy rain with thunder and lightning was reported quite widely mid-month, 164mm was recorded at Llyn Fawr from the 12th to the 14th. London recorded a maximum of 15.0C on the 14th.

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On the 22nd a deep low gave gales in places, Dublin recorded its lowest pressure reading since 6th December 1886 with 949mb

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The mean temperature at Camden Square was 6.9C (+2.6C)

The Channel Islands did not record a temperature below 40F

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That 8.3C to the 15th was the second mildest first 15 days of February on record, beaten only by 1869 which was 8.7C to the 15th (and 9.4C to the 10th).

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