Hello, I'm sure there's a site where you can search historical weather data day by day, but I've no idea where to find it is anyone able to help?
Grateful for any advice!
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24-06-2011, 9:45 AM #1
Searchable site for C19 weather day by day?
24-06-2011, 3:04 PM #2
There is, and I've used it - but I'm blowed if I can find it now. I've been rummaging around, trying to find the pages I printed off to get the url, but so far without any luck. Perhaps someone else will know.Sadly, our dear friend Dorothy (alias Thomasin) passed away on Sunday, 17th. February, 2013.
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24-06-2011, 3:25 PM #3
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If it's mainly UK weather, this site might help with a fairly broad overview:
I've come across references to other sites as well, but never made a note of them. The Met Office (= Meteorological Office) has an archive, but it doesn't look like it's online - see
24-06-2011, 3:53 PM #4
If you have access to the 19th century newspapers via your library card, or can get to Colindale (as you are in London) then there are often fascinating weather reports. I found a description of unseasonal snowfalls and low temperatures (in June) in 1891 and a week later my ancestor died of influenzaSue Mackay
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