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Britain has recorded unprecedented New Year's temperatures

Britain has recorded unprecedented New Year’s temperatures

The British Meteorological Agency said on Saturday that the capital, London, had reached 16.2 degrees Celsius on Saturday, the highest day of the year in the United Kingdom.

The British Meteorological Agency reported on Twitter that 16.2 degrees Celsius was recorded at St James’ Park in central London.

When Cornwall reached 15.6 degrees Celsius in 1916, the hottest New Year’s day was recorded.

The British Meteorological Office attributed the record temperature to “warmer tropical winds from the Azores”.

However, he pointed out that the situation would not continue this way, as “cold winds from the North Pole” were coming during the week, causing “frost at night and snowfall on Tuesday in some areas”.

On Friday, New Year’s Day, the United Kingdom recorded a high of 15.8 degrees Celsius during the day in Somerset, southwest of England, and 16.5 degrees Celsius in the evening in Bala, North Wales.

The highest temperature recorded in 2011 was 14.8 degrees Celsius in Colvin Bay, a coastal city in Wales.

Mike Kenton of the Meteorological Office’s National Climate Information Center said in a statement on Thursday that “the UK average for this year is slightly higher than the average for heat and drought, with variations across the country, especially rainfall.”

Despite the mild weather, New Year’s celebrations in the UK have been held on high alert, with new cases of Govt-19 on the rise.

The European continent has also experienced moderate temperatures in recent days, with the weather forecast for France being “the lightest since 1947,” as in France.

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