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Averages of temperature for the British Isles

Averages of temperature for the British Isles

for periods ending 1930.

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Published by H.M.S.O in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title:Meteorological Office.

ContributionsGreat Britain. Meteorological Office.
The Physical Object
Pagination47p. ;
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19918019M

Across the UK, September temperatures average a daily high of 18 degrees Celsius (64 degrees Fahrenheit) and a low of 10 °C (49 °F). Climate and weather of the British isles. [United States. Army Air Forces. Army Air Forces. Directorate of Weather. Climate and weather of the British isles. [Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Annual Weather Averages Near Great Britain. Averages are for Bingley, which is 14 miles from Great Britain. Based on weather reports collected during –   Going on cruise June 26 british isles Anyone know the weather there? Ireland, Dover, Liverpool, Paris, Brussels Thank you.

This book was published in , and is a useful complement to the maps in The Met Office Book of British weather. It considers Great Britain and Ireland as 10 regions, and discusses temperature, precipitation, wind, sunshine and fog for each, together with introduction, conclusions and references.4/5(1). The average high in London from June through August is around 21°C (70°F) and the average low is around 12°C (51°F) England Over England the mean annual temperature at low altitudes varies from about °C to 11 °C, with the highest values occurring around or .


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In Table I of the “Book of Normals”, which the tables under review supersede, the mean temperature at Kew in January (or rather the mid-point between the mean daily maximum.

Map showing the year ( — ) average mean temperature values for July. Mean temperature July average – Average value (°C) – 19 – – – – – 6 – Figure 8. Map showing the year. Maximum temperatures were below-average in the Iberian Peninsula for large parts of the year.

In the rest of Europe, they were well above average, much like the mean temperature. By summer, maximum temperatures were much above average in a region from the British Isles and the west of France to western Poland and the south of Scandinavia. Average temperature: Average daily (24h) temperature per month.

The temperature normals are measured in the period – The graph shows average amount of days (24h) with precipitation during a month. When precipitation has surpassed 1mm. Monthly average daily temperatures in the UK Published by N. Sönnichsen, In Decemberthe average daily temperature in the United Kingdom was degrees Celsius.

The British Isles represents the land masses of Great Britain and Ireland, so it also includes the Irish Republic, which is not included in the map to the left. The climate of the British Isles is as you might have guessed rather changeable but can be classified as a Temperate Maritime Climate.

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H Lamb Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See Author: H. H Lamb. Climate and Weather of the British Isles -Volume 6, No.2 Hardcover – January 1, by U.S.

Weather Bureau (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, Author: U.S. Weather Bureau. The weather over the British Isles is part of an ever-changing system.

The data on these pages should be used as a guide only and there are times when any forecast beyond about days is likely to prove unreliable. In addition, it it unwise to make inferences about other weather elements, e.g.

rainfall, from temperature forecasts alone. The aim of this series ‘Climate and weather are experienced as a combination whose character is something more than the sum of its parts.’ With these words, the current authors introduced a book entitled Regional Climates of the British Isles (Wheeler and Mayes, p.

1).Fifteen years have elapsed since that publication and, in a new series for Weather, the opportunity is taken to re Cited by: The ocean moderates the temperatures of the British Isles, so the winters are generally mild, and summers, cool. But temps and rainfall vary greatly across the UK, Generally speaking, London and Essex have the warmest and driest weather; Wales and Scotland, the wettest; and Scotland, the coolest.

The British Isles have a mild climate and changeable weather including lots of rainfall. Many factors such as ocean currents, altitude and prevailing winds can affect the temperatures we experience. Note that the values of air temperature are average daily values - daily values can differ considerably from the averages.

Likewise, the precipitation and sunshine amounts are average monthly values and it is not unusual for precipitation amounts to be in the range % to 25% of the values shown, which sunshine can sometimes vary between %.

Temperatures are cooler as you move further north or nearer to the coast (in Edinburgh average temperatures are on average 2°C below those in London) or as you move to higher land.

For every feet ( metres) of altitute the average temperature falls by about 1°C. On average, the temperature ranges from 18 to 25 °C (64 to 77 °F). If the air masses are strong enough in their respective areas during the summer, there can sometimes be a large difference in temperature between the far north of Scotland (including its islands) and the south-east of England – often a difference of °C ( °F) but.

Temperatures will rarely go below 32°F and only occasionally above 68°F – with June, July and August being the warmest months, January and February the coldest. That said, extreme temperatures are not unknown. Though rare, they have had .Summer temperatures can reach 90 degrees F but generally average 70F.

In winter, temperatures can drop below freezing with some snow, mostly in northern England and Scotland, although the average.