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Climate Centennial Report: February 1919 - ''Easterly Type of Weather Predominant''

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February 1919 was very cold and frosty with variable amounts of precipitation of rain and snow with persistent winds. 

The highest temperature recorded was 12C with lows well below freezing, a common theme throughout the month everywhere. 

On the 1st February 1919, London and many places in the SE were below freezing with a continental low moving in whilst the North was slightly milder with high pressure. Even Reykjavik, Iceland had a higher recorded temperature than many areas of southern England.  


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