5 November 2013 Update – The full month figures are available in our latest blog
Early statistics for October up to the 28th of the month suggest this October is likely to be one of the warmest in records dating back to 1910.
The mean temperature for the UK from the 1st to the 28th is 11.6 °C, which is 2.1 °C above the long-term (1981-2010) average. It’s currently ranked joint fifth warmest in the records, but this could change once the final three days of data have been included.
Mild temperatures were experienced across all parts of the UK – with October currently being in the top ten warmest for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, it was particularly mild in Wales, with this October currently ranked as the joint warmest on record alongside 2001.
There were no autumn heat waves through October, just a…
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