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Weather in 1911

Nature volume 88, pages 358359 (11 January 1912) | Download Citation



FROM a meteorological point of view, the year which has just closed was of considerable interest. The feature which stands out beyond all others is the abnormal summer, during which both the temperature and sunshine have established a record, whilst the rainfall was also exceptional. After the heat and brilliancy of the summer, the exceptionally heavy rains of the late autumn and early winter are probably of next importance, although in many parts of England rain was sorely needed.

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