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Old 01-06-2019, 08:21 AM
 
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I had the Hottest Feb ever on record. Had a very dry summer minus Aug. Had the warmest Sept ever and that was the hottest month in Tampa ever. Sept thru Nov was super dry and very hot. Dec was a fall save with 10" of rain and cloudy and colder temps than normal from Dec 1st till XMas day. Rest of Dec was warm and dry.

So all in all the rain in Dec saved my record dry year at 50" total and with the hottest Feb, Sept and Oct ever was the hottest year ever for the Tampa FL area. More proof the world is seeing a rapid warm up in many places while some areas are cooler than normal.
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Old 01-06-2019, 08:44 AM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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Final temperature/rainfall figures in.

Chivenor:
Dec Record High: 13.7C
Dec Avg High: 11.0C
Dec Mean Temp: 9.2C
Dec Avg Low: 6.4C
Dec Record Low: 0.5C
Rainfall: 120.7 mm
Rainy days: 25
Humidity: 86.5%

Birmingham Airport:
Dec Record High: 14C
Dec Avg High: 9.5C
Dec Mean Temp: 7.1C
Dec Avg Low: 4.5C
Dec Record Low: -3C
Rainy days: 20
Humidity: 89.8%

Ibiza/Es Codola:
Dec Record High: 21C
Dec Avg High: 17.4C
Dec Mean Temp: 12.9C
Dec Avg Low: 7.7C
Dec Record Low: 4.4C
Rainfall: 27.7 mm
Rainy days: 12
Humidity: 80.9%

Ibiza was csa as usual. Chivenor was csb and so was Bidford.

Bournemouth also had a csb climate in 2018:

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Old 01-06-2019, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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In southern Wisconsin, summer and winter were warm, spring and fall were cool. April was more wintry than March, and November more wintry than December this year. In the middle of May it suddenly turned to summer weather which lasted until late September. The end of June had some of the most humid weather I've seen in the area, with a 78F/26C dew point.


Madison was about 50% wetter than normal for 2018 and Milwaukee was also very wet. Average yearly temperatures were within 1F of normal for both cities.


For Milwaukee, 3rd wettest year, 5th coldest April, 3rd warmest May, new record high for May.




For Madison, 2nd wettest year, tied 2nd coldest April, 8th warmest May, 2nd wettest May, 2nd wettest August. Hottest day of the year was May (June was hotter for heat index).


Madison's August was actually much drier than nearby areas. One place just west of the city had 11 inches of rain (280mm) in a day and most of the west side had flooding problems. Some places in Wisconsin saw 20 inches of rain in a few weeks and had even worse flooding.
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:49 AM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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I'll try to do a monthly/detailed post on 2018 but here is this for now..


2018 Precip Totals. 68 inches here.

NRCC State Maps




Highlighted are the locations that had a record wettest year


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Old 01-07-2019, 07:39 PM
 
Location: Anglers Reach, NSW (Australia)
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Slightly above average in terms of temperatures across the Snowy Mountains; annual mean of 8.7 C, which comprises an annual mean maximum of 14.6 C, and an annual mean minimum of 2.7 C. Markedly below average for precipitation during the warmer months; around or above average during the cooler months. Notwithstanding lower precipitation figures during the warmer half of the year, drizzle was aplenty; 175 precipitation days; 43 snowy days, with above average snowfall. Frequent storm activity, as usual.

Sourced climate data from Tantangara Reservoir AWS (Snowy Hydro automatic weather station—not BOM):



Tantangara Reservoir AWS (Murrumbidgee-Eucumbene Catchment); 1,239 m AMSL; 35 48' 17.27" S



^And yes, I took this myself

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Old Yesterday, 09:33 AM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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Final sunshine stats are in:

December sunshine

Pershore: 37.7 hrs

Bournemouth: 38.5 hrs

Annual sunshine

Pershore: 1707.2 hrs

Bournemouth: 1817.8 hrs
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Old Yesterday, 10:05 AM
 
Location: Sheffield England
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Sheffield data with updated December sunshine hours:

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Old Yesterday, 10:16 AM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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Originally Posted by Eman Resu VIII View Post
Sheffield data with updated December sunshine hours:
Wow! Sheffield had more sun than Bournemouth in December!
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Old Yesterday, 11:10 AM
 
Location: Downtown Phoenix, AZ
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Our annual mean was 24.72C (+0.40C) and we had 235.97 mm of rain (+32.77 mm)
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Old Yesterday, 03:05 PM
 
Location: Foreignorland 58 N, 17 E.
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I've been working on a lot of 2018 Swedish weatherboxes past few days, hence I've been offline quite a bit. Anyway, here's my latest one:

Visings (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visings%C3%B6) is an island in the lake of Vttern in southern Sweden. This lake is infamously cold and also rather deep, which simultaneously hinders warmup, prevents the lake's core from freezing over during winter, but also tempers heat waves. The result was rather interesting this year, considering how strong the heat wave was. Eventually four lows ended up above 20C, but averages were rather tame.

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