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Very dry December of 1926

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December 1926 was a dry and anticyclonic month.

Rainfall totals % of the 1881-1915 average

England and Wales: 26

Scotland: 57

Ireland: 30

Pressure rose to 1050mb as the anticyclone intensified.

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Rainfall totals in mm

Camden Square: 11

Margate: 11

High Wycombe: 13

Oxford: 13

Cambridge: 7

Beccles: 20

Norwich: 33

Devizes: 18

Plymouth: 15

Barnstaple: 24

Penzance: 31

Street: 13

Edgbaston: 11

Lincoln: 16

Belvoir Castle: 23

Worksop: 22

Runcorn: 28

Manchester: 37

Bradford: 27

Hull: 20

Middlesbrough: 28

Newcastle: 18

Carlisle: 21

Cardiff: 12

Carmarthen: 15

Lake Vyrnwy: 26

Llandudno: 25

Holyhead: 21

Lerwick: 117

Wick: 90

Lairg: 145

Stornaway: 134

Inverness: 61

Nairn: 42

Aberdeen: 24

Braemar: 9

Dundee: 8

Oban: 105

Glasgow: 41

Dumfries: 33

Valentia: 34

Killarney: 39

Waterford: 23

Kilkenny Castle: 22

Dublin: 21

Markree: 55

Armagh: 31

Seaforde: 24

Belfast: 35

Omagh: 44

Londonderry: 68

Malin Head: 46

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It was a dry month ( 49.9 mm at Buxton ) but in this area December 1933 was much drier with Buxton recording just 13.2 mm and other local stations recording between 11 and 17 mm.

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Yes 1933 was driest here at 14 mm   with 2010 at 24mm[hadn't realised it was so dry] and 1926 with 26mm!!

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