2011 is UK’s second warmest year on record

Posted on January 2, 2012

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This year was the second warmest on record for the UK, the Met Office says.

Provisional figures show that only 2006, with an average temperature of 9.73C (49.5F), was warmer than 2011’s average temperature of 9.62C (49.3F).

This year saw high temperatures for lengthy periods; including the warmest April and spring on record, the second warmest autumn and the warmest October day.

Early figures suggest 2011 is ending with a “close to average” December.

The Met Office said its figures were a mean temperature taken over day and night.

BBC

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