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Roger J Smith

C.E.T. forecasts for December 2015 (start of 2015-16 competition year)

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CET averages and extremes

12.9 ... warmest daily mean, 12th 1994

8.1 ... warmest Decembers 1934 and 1974
7.7 ... third warmest 1852

 

6.3 ... Dec 2013

5.2 ... Dec 2014

5.1 ... average for 1971-2000

 

4.8 ... Dec 2012
4.7 ... average for 1961-90
4.6 ... average for 1981-2010, also 1901-2000 and 2001-2014
4.1 ... average for 1659-2014
4.0 ... average for 1801-1900
3.9 ... average for 1701-1800
3.4 ... average for 1659-1700

--0.5 ... third coldest 1676
--0.7 ... second coldest 2010
--0.8 ... coldest December 1890

-10.8 ... lowest daily mean 25th 1796

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I shall say dead on 5.0c please.

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a straight 4 for me please

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If it's the start of a new competition year I may as well have a go....

 

4.5C please

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6.2C, a generally mild and pretty zonal month. Despite a few teases it does look like a typical El Nino pattern will emerge meaning a fairly wet and mild month.

I will probably end up way off, like the last few months :p

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would like to see a 2.5 but im getting the feeling we could see a 6.2.....

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Came on here to put 6.2C down and can't believe there's been a couple of guesses at that already! So i'm going to go 6.3C juat to be different!!

I believe the cold will come this winter but not until 14-16 Jan :)

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