Paul Homewood: Sweltering June? It Was Much Hotter In 1846!

By Paul Homewood   It’s certainly been flamin’ June, but how hot has it really been?     According to the Central England Temperature series, it only ranks 10th warmest since 1659. The hottest June was in 1846:   The last really hot June was in 1976, which averaged 17.0C, compared to 16.5C

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