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Less well known eye popping winter charts

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Winter charts from the great cold snowy spells, we have become familiar with eg  January 1987, February 1991. So here's a few selection of lesser well known ones 

12th February 1870

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Early January 1893

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Early January 1894

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22nd January 1897, how's that for a NEly 

 

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23rd January 1907: monster high brings frigid air

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29th December 1908: battleground scenario, the remarkable thing about this set-up is the temperature contrast between the airmasses

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25th January 1910

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2nd February 1912: a cold spell during a very mild winter overall

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20th January 1945: How this for a NWly

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Early February 1954

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January 1894 produced an incredibly cold day at Armagh on the 6th: 24.4/6.3F (-4.2/-14.2C)- note comment "lowest temperature since at least 1843"; if it was that cold in Ireland from an easterly how cold was it in Britain?

http://climate.arm.ac.uk/scans/1894/01/INDEXA.html

The following year's famous winter on 7 Feb 1895 produced an even lower minimum 4.9F (-15.1C), but didn't produce a maximum anywhere near as low as Jan 1894. 

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I do remember the snow on 12th Feb 1970. I was living near Coventry at the time.

The snow on that day was a disappointment I recall. Nothing like the chart suggests. Maybe we were too far north.

 

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I`m waiting for last December,february and march to come out on wetterzentrale,looks like I`ll be waiting a few years.

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8 minutes ago, Snowyowl9 said:

I`m waiting for last December,february and march to come out on wetterzentrale,looks like I`ll be waiting a few years.

on meteociel archives

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Just now, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

on meteociel archives

I don`t like those charts.

Just found the latest date,it is moving along,a cold NWly.

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On 05/12/2018 at 03:08, Summer of 95 said:

January 1894 produced an incredibly cold day at Armagh on the 6th: 24.4/6.3F (-4.2/-14.2C)- note comment "lowest temperature since at least 1843"; if it was that cold in Ireland from an easterly how cold was it in Britain?

 

Some low minima that were recorded

Surrey
Wallington: -13.5C (5th)

Kent
Keston: -13.3C (7th)

Sussex
Ditchling: -12.8C (7th)

Northamptonshire
Sedgebrook: -12.8C (6th)

Essex
Chelmsford: -16.7C (6th
Halstead: -18.6C (6th)

Suffolk
Great Thurlow: -18.1C (6th)

Norfolk
Beccles: -12.8C (6th)

Devon
Buckfastleigh: -13.3C (7th)

Nottinghamshire
Hodsock Priory: -20.2C (6th)

Yorkshire
Wakefield Prison: -17.2C (6th)
Driffield: -18.2C (6th)

Durham
Ushaw: -15.0C (6th)

Cumbria
Windermere: -13.3C (6th)

Perthshire
Stronvar: -18.3C (7th)

Forfar
Coupar Angus: -23.9C (6th)

Aberdeenshire
Braemar: -20.0C (6th)

Cork: -13.3C (7th)
Kilkenny: -13.9C (7th)

Camden Square in London recorded a minimum of -10.5C on the 5th

Some reports
Addington: The 4th was a bitterly cold day with high wind and frost and the 5th was remarkable for its very low max. (-9.4C) and the min. (-11.7C)

Bury St Edmunds: Maximum of the 5th was -7.8C

Langton Herring: -8.3C reading between sunrise and sunset of the 5th

Torquay: Snow on the 4th, 5th and 6th, 12 inches deep.

Woolstaston: -7.5C maximum on the 5th

Haverfordwest: -5.6C maximum on the 5th

A letter by Basil T Rowswell of St Martin's, Guersney

"Systematical meteorological observations have been taken in Guersney during the last 50 years with standard certifed instruments and last Friday's readings broke the record for low temperatures. The mean temperature of that day was 21.9F (-5.6C) which is (excepting Thursday's, the 4th mean) 5.9F lower than the lowest daily mean previously recorded.
.....The coldest day on record previous to this cold snap occurred on February 11th 1870, the daily mean 27.3F (-2.3C)

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2 minutes ago, Snowyowl9 said:

I don`t like those charts.

Just found the latest date,it is moving along,a cold NWly.

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snowy morning here that day! but thawed through the day

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Not eyepopping but not many if anyone knows about this close but no cigar spell.

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