Wettest Summer On Record

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wmb
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Re: Wettest Summer On Record

Post by wmb » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:04 pm

What sort of length of record does St Bees have.

Anyway, shouldn't we break it up into Cumberland, Westmorland and Furness?

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Re: Wettest Summer On Record

Post by darrog » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:48 pm

Aye and don't forget West Yorks - the bit that was stolen.

seriously though, your list sounds about right, but could consider Appleby and especially kendal
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Re: Wettest Summer On Record

Post by Paul C » Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:49 am

Summer Rainfall - based on Meto data which arrived today

Shap 484.4mm
Warcop 363.2mm
Spadeadam 526.2mm
Carlisle 406.4mm
St Bees 530.8mm
Walney 469.8mm
Bridgefoot 485.4mm
Newton Rigg 354.2mm
Blencathra 532.4mm

This is data from all the main weather stations in Cumbria, there was an odd day missing so its best to call this a provisional figure. I dont get sent any revised data.

As a result I would avoid going to St Bees or Blencathra for your holidays

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