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Just found this old thread by accident. 2015 was no exception to the rule with the utterly remarkabke, bafflinf & disturbing warmth of Nov./Dec. 2015. The flooding of Dec. 5th tied to it. One of the sunniest Aprils on record, then extreme heat on the Jul. 1 only to be followed by an exceptionally cool second-half with the coldest end to July since 1920. Then the coldest September for 22 years, followed by a remarkably warm end to October which leads into the aforementioned... What will 2025 bring? Long way off yet, models struggling with the second half of June as it is! 😁
Lincoln has been near the boundary of the NW-SE divide over the last few days, it was very sunny on 12 June, but 10,11 and 13 June had a fair amount of cloud at times. The 10th was the cloudiest day, though the cloud did conveniently break up during the eclipse. Overall though sunshine amounts have felt quite decent, and it's certainly been warm.