HADCET (Central England Temperature) October 2013 was a warm one, unlike September.
I have 3 graphs for you. They are HADCET Mean, Min and Max. The Min and Max HADCET data is only available from 1878 on.
October 2013 is tied for 10th warmest using the Mean data, 11th warmest using the Max data, and 5th warmest using the Min data.
For the Max data, 1921,1959,1969,1995,2001,2006,2011,2005,1945 and 1978 Octobers were warmer than October 2013.
Amazingly, October 1921 was 1.7C warmer than 2013 using Max data. Click on graphs to make bigger.
HADCET (Central England Temperature) over the last 10 years has been cooling at a rate of -1.2C per decade.
I thought I would graph each month with the seasons grouped together.
I find it fascinating to see some months (such as October’s -.012C/Decade) are barely cooling while Janruary is cooling at -2.6C per decade.
Click to see full size.
HADCET (Central England Temperature) Sep 2013 was tied for 129th warmest out of 352 at 13.7C. The warmest September was 16.8C in 2006. The 2nd warmest was 16.6C in 1729!!!!
The barplot is the Septembers since 1659. The temperature is the anomaly from the 1981 to 2010 average.
The yellow bars are the years warmer than September 2013. Green bars indicate a tie with September 2013. Click for bigger.
HADCET (Central England Temperature) Seasonal Trend For Last 15 Years is Cooling
December January February is cooling at -1.3C/decade
March April May is cooling at -.594C/decade
September October November is cooling at -.107C/decade
June July August is cooling at -.232C/decade
HADCET (Central England Temperature) Aug 2013 was tied for 41st warmest.
2013 was tied with 1704 1727 1743 1792 1807 1831 1835 1856 and 1937.
The barplot is the Augusts since 1659. The temperature is the anomaly from the 1981 to 2010 average.
The yellow bars are the years warmer than August 2013. Green bars indicate a tie with August 2013. Click for bigger.
Boris Johnson , the Mayor Of London, mocks the AGW Cults total inability to predict climate.
“For more than 20 years now, we have been told that this country was going to get hotter and hotter and hotter, and that global warming was going to change our climate in a fundamental way. Do you remember that? We were told that Britain was going to have short, wet winters and long, roasting summers. It was going to be like 1976 all over again, with streakers at Lord’s and your Mr Whippy melting before you could even lick it, and Hyde Park scorched into a mini Kalahari.
They said we were never going to have snow again, and that we should prepare for southern England to turn gradually into a Mediterranean world. There were going to be olive groves in the Weald of Kent, and the whole place was going to be so generally broiling in summer that no one would be able to move between noon and 4pm, after which people would come out to play boules and sip pastis, to the whine of a mandolin, in the dusty square that had once been a village green.
That’s what they said: the BBC, and all the respectable meteorologists – and I reckon there were tens of thousands of people who took these prophecies entirely seriously. Omigod, they said to themselves, we are all going to fry.
I hope I don’t need to tell you that we have not experienced a Mediterranean climate – not since they started to tell us to expect it. On the contrary, we have had some pretty long and miserable winters – including the last one, in which I saw snow settle in London on four separate occasions – and our summer is at risk of becoming a bit of a farce.”
“BRITAIN’S relentless big freeze has sparked fears of the highest winter death rate for five years.
By: Nathan Rao
Published: Wed, March 13, 2013
The brutal Arctic blast has seen temperatures plummet to -13C (9F) amid what could be the coldest March for almost three decades.
Pensioner groups warned the death rate among Britain’s elderly has already soared this winter with fears it could hit 30,000 – 6,000 more than last year.”
Read the rest here.
(h/t Tom Nelson)