This year finished as the ninth warmest year on record – some 0.5C cooler than 2014.
Every month of 2015, apart from September, November and December, was roughly average – the means being within +/-0.7 every month, bringing the mean temperature to 11.9C, 0.7C above the 1981-2010 average.
Rainfall was less remarkable with the year being dryer than average. The total of 553mm puts it as the 162nd wettest since 1797.
It was also a very slightly duller than average year with 1,433 hours of sunshine recorded. That’s 97 per cent of average, the 77th dullest since 1881 – the least amount of sunshine for 11 years.
For a review of each month, click January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.
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2 thoughts on “Wanstead weather: 2015 review”
Reblogged this on Wolsten and commented:
9th warmest on record, given length of records, not quite the imminent armageddon being touted by the BBC every night.
Yes, and it just shows how localised climate can be