Wetter winters

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Wetter winters

Postby Len Wood » 2014 Apr 14, 09:39

The trend for wetter winters seems to be significant for Plymouth.
They are of course highly variable. Last winter saw the second wettest on record with 528 mm.
Not as wet as 1993-4 though which had 547 mm.

The graph shows the wetter trend for winters.

I have done the same for summers, but they just hint at a drier trend without being significant.
winter and summer rain1.jpg
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