Friday, 2 March 2018

Out of the Freezer and Into the Fridge

It goes without saying that Thursday was the coldest March day I've recorded since 2010. The lowest temperature was -5.4°C (22.3°F), the daytime high was -0.5°C (31.1°F) and the daily average -2.4°C or 27.7°F. It's our only "ice" March day when the temperature has remained below freezing all day.
Temperature & Wind Chill Records for 01 March 2018
I don't think our plants are enjoying the snow or the bitterly cold gale force winds.

I've now sorted out my February comparison tables.
Temperature & Rainfall Comparisons February 2010 - 2018
In summary a cold and dry February 2018. Hopefully March will be much better for getting on with some gardening jobs but it certainly hasn't got off to a very good start.


  1. Brrrr we're still in the freezer, but at least it's Spring now!

  2. Plants not enjoying it, neither are the birds!

    1. Cost us a small fortune in suet pellets this week.

  3. Thank you for sharing still snowy this morning blessings to you and Sue


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