November 2015 statistics for Reigate, Surrey
- Temperature average 10C
- Tmax 16.3C
- Tmin -2.6C
- Rainfall 66mm
- Max gust 40mph
- Sunshine 69 hours
In the UK November 2015 was the third warmest on record since 1910 and averaged 10C in Reigate with Tmax 16.3C and Tmin -2.6C. The overall CET (Central England Temp) for November came out at 9.5C, nearly 3C above the long term average.
The month started with a trough in the Atlantic and HIGH pressure to the east bringing a mild wet southerly //SW flow to our area in the south.
Rainfall was about average for our area at a total of 66mm for the month, though this is significantly drier than the MetOffice SE data shown below which shows the SE being wetter than average as a whole.
A number of named MetOffice storms impacted the UK but did not significantly affect the SE. Ex-Tropical storm Kate swept unnoticed across the South on the 14/15 Nov and brought some blustery weather to the Downs.
Temperatures took a brief dip later in the month when a short-lived Arctic plunge brought brief wet snow which fell and settled momentarily in Reigate on the morning of 21 November.
November rain was about average for Reigate, though wetter in the NW.
November was the dullest ever on record especially here in the south.
Some other pics of Reigate during November
Here is the MetOffice summary and blog records for the month