CET MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURES 1659-2012
Central England Temperatures have been recorded from 1659, averaged across several observing locations in the centre of England, and serve to give a longer timescale to temperature changes over the centuries.
There has been an general increase in mean temperature from 8.8degC to 9.7degC, nearly a degree, over the 350 years, although annual means do vary quite a lot. Temperatures in the last decade do appear to have risen above the long term trend line.
30-year data spanning the years 1981-2010 is used to provide comparison with Halesowen means.
This shows long term mean monthly temperatures, based on the Central England Temperature data from 1659 to 2012.
Halesowen Mean Monthly Temperatures
This table shows the Monthly Temperature profile for Halesowen over the period 1956-2010, and the 30 year period 1981-2010
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