It's Not Always Cold At Christmas

Of course we know that for the Southern Hemisphere Christmas falls during their summer so turkey dinner on the beach each December 25th is a common occurrence. Heading up North and to western Europe in particular you’d normally expect to witness plenty of those classic winter scenes at every turn? Not always as you can see from the temperatures recorded below:

Munich, Germany, Christmas Eve 2012 – 20.7 Celsius (69 Faronheit)

Devon, England, Christmas Day 1920 – 15.5 C (60 F)

Edinburgh, Scotland, Christmas Day 1896 – 15.6 C (60 F)

Llandudno, Wales, Christmas Day 1955 – 15 C (59 F)

Fermoy, Ireland, Christmas Day 2011 - 14.4 C (58 F)

Down, Northern Ireland, Christmas Day 2011 – 14.3 C (58 F)

View All News Stories »Published 04 June 2013 :

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