A day or two ago Scotland posted a record February high temperature. Today, Trawsgoed in Ceredigion reported 20.6°C (source: BBC), the first time a temperature over 20°C has been recorded in a UK winter.
On the last day of winter in 2012, Whitby maxed at 18.1°C. At my chosen weather station in the town, the warmest days of February for the past nine years have averaged 12.5°C, with the lowest maximum being 7.8°C, in 2010.
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