Big chill breaks November temperature records

Big chill breaks November temperature records
28 November 2010

Last night saw November minimum temperature records fall across the country. Most notably both Wales and Northern Ireland recorded the coldest November night since records began. In Wales, temperatures fell to -18.0 °C at Llysdinam, near Llandrindod Wells, Powys. Northern Ireland recorded -9.5 °C at Loch Fea.

Scotland recorded minimum temperature of -15.3 °C at Loch Glascarnoch, whilst England recorded -13.5 °C at Topcliffe in North Yorkshire.

The UK’s lowest ever recorded temperature in November was -23.3 °C recorded in Braemar, in the Scottish Highlands, on 14 November 1919.



2 Responses to “Big chill breaks November temperature records”

  1. John Winter

    Global Warming theory suggests that precipitation (including snow) will increase. However, bearing in mind that we’re still between the Autumnal Equinox and Winter Solstice where do the excessively cold air temperatures come from, such as -18degs C, as seen in Wales this week, if the upper atmosphere is filling with so-called “greenhouse gases”? Surely its all the cold air from the Arctic that’s caused the whole of Northern Europe to have the recent snow event and this is just AFTER the Arctic summer of 2010?

  2. Brian H Campbell

    The first 10 days of December were the coldest in Nashville, TN since 1942. Europe is getting hammered with very harsh freezing weather and snowfalls. China too. Yes, China in Asia.

    The cold is so widespread with so many record cold temperatures that global warming is doing a bad job. Even parts of Florida are receiving temperatures 10 to 30 degrees below average.

    The climate change alarmists say not to go by the cold temperatures to dispute global warming. Well, when it’s this much below average around the globe, then it is global freezing.

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