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Britain records the warmest New Year’s Eve ever

According to the Met Office, the UK experienced the warmest New Year’s Eve on record yesterday, with temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius. According to Met Office spokesperson Stephen Dixon, the village of Ryehill in Yorkshire in northern England recorded a temperature of 14.9 ° C yesterday at 11:00 am, breaking the previous record of 14.8 ° C set in Wales. I broke it.
The Met Office later tweeted that the village of Coningsby in Lincolnshire, East Midlands, recorded 15.3C. This means “today is the warmest New Year’s Eve recorded in the UK.” On Friday, temperatures of 15 degrees Celsius were predicted in several cities, including London and Cardiff. “We will end 2021 with a very gentle note across the UK,” said the Met Office.
Despite the warm weather, Britain celebrates New Year’s Eve in a modest way. The usual spectacular fireworks are not launched in London and Edinburgh, and nightclubs are closed and social gatherings are restricted in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. This year, “overall, it’s slightly warmer and slightly drier than average,” said Mike Kendon of the National Climate Information Center in a summary released by the Met Office. “Our climate is warming,” the Met Office said. “It’s likely to be in the top 20 of the warmest years recorded in the UK next year. A series starting in 1884.” rice field.

http://www.gulf-times.com/story/707217/UK-records-warmest-ever-New-Year-s-Eve Britain records the warmest New Year’s Eve ever

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