March 2013 was one of Northern Ireland’s coldest

March 2013 was one of Northern Ireland’s coldest
3 April 2013

March 2013 was the joint second coldest in Northern Ireland since records began, alongside 1919, 1937 and 1962.

According to figures from the Met Office the mean temperature for the month was a cold 2.8C.

March was also colder than any of the preceding winter months of December, January and February.

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One Response to “March 2013 was one of Northern Ireland’s coldest”

  1. Andrius

    Today is the 8th of April, and I am in a snowy Vilnius, Lithuania; still snowing.
    Easter was Christmas-like here.
    I extracted some facts on weather out of my wife’s letters to me from the Latvian countryside:
    April 2 – some parents could not bring their children to school because of snow;
    March 30 – snowing all day long;
    March 17 – minus 18 (by Celsius) in the morning (lower than official data), and such a cold weather would stay for a week;
    March 13 – below minus 20 in the morning, already in a row of days;
    March 12 – minus 23 at 9:30 a.m. (local time);
    March 11 – minus 23 in the morning;
    March 10 – minus 18 in the morning;
    March 4 – minus 18 in the morning; the highest day temperature was minus 7;
    March 2 – minus 15 in the morning…

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