Sunday, 11 May 2008

Continuing May Warmth

Nearly one third of the month has gone and temperatures are heading towards a new record, but are they? The year 1992 had the warmest May on record in south London, with May 1989 only a fraction of a degree cooler. In May 1992, most of the very warm days occurred during the second half of the month, with several decidedly chilly days during the first fortnight. It is very unlikely that the present warm spell will persist, but a very pleasantly warm May, so far.

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