CET MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURES 1659-2020
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.
Temperatures have risen as can be seen in the trend line. There has been an steady increase in mean temperature from 8.7degC to 9.8degC over the last 364 years, and this trend is reflected in the comparable Halesowen monthly mean temperatures too.
This shows long term mean monthly temperatures, based on the Central England Temperature data from 1659 to 2020 and for comparison my 65 year of records from 1956 to 2020 in Halesowen.
Firstly, here is the long term data over 364 years from the Central England Temperature database.
Secondly the 65 years I have Halesowen records for, against the CET for the same period
Thirdly, here is the last 30 years data 1991 to 2020 for both CET and Halesowen databases
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