A month with typical December weather. Rainfall, at 86.1mm, was above average. Snowfall was about average and the lowest temperature was just short of -7°C. Although the year ended with named storm Dylan, we were little affected by the strong winds that were felt in other parts of the UK.
A drier first half of the month with a very wet second half, with the end of the period being marked by frost and snow. Although rainfall was well above average, the weather was otherwise relatively seasonal.
A relatively unremarkable month providing the normal seasonal mix of weather for the time of year with wet and windy periods mixed with quieter and cooler spells. Rainfall and temperatures were close to average.
Another fairly depressing month with 97.8 mm of rain, which is twice the average for the area (45 mm).
It was also a cool month with the best temperature being 19.2° C. near the start of the month.
August was an unremarkable month and did little to improve on the fairly dismal and cool summer that we have suffered. The best temperature for the month was 20.9°C which only equated with the average temperature for August. Rainfall was remarkably less than average with 44 mm being recorded against an average of 53 mm.
The generally wet summer continues with rainfall in July amounting to over twice the average for the month (52.7mm). Warm sunny days were few and far between with the highest temperature of 25.4 ° C during a very brief warm spell mid-month.
June, when compared with May was a very wet month indeed. Very heavy rain at the begining and at the end of the month produced 158 mm compared with the June average of 45 mm.
There was a reasonably warm spell mid month, but it broke no records and did not reflect any of the global warming claims that have been made recently.
Another very dry month with rainfall almost half the average of 40.3
Temperatures for the month were very close to the average.
A much drier than average April with rainfall totalling 22 mm for the month. The average is 33 mm.
Temperatures were on the cool side with a noticeable drop as the wind moved more into the East toward the end of the month with an increased amount of the precipitation falling as snow.
Like February the month of March was generally unremarkable with the exception of rainfall which, at 98.6 mm, was substantially higher than the average for the month of 37.2 mm.
Apart from the February rainfall, which at 108 mm was substantially higher than the average 39 mm for the month, the weather was generally unremarkable. We avoided the worst of the wind and storms at the end of the month and which had a much more significant impact in the South.
January was a very uncomplicated month. Rainfall was well beneath average and certainly considerably less than the same month last year. We had some frosty mornings but temperatures were very average for the time of year and snowfall amounted to almost nothing and then being confined mainly to the higher ground of The Cheviot.
No records broken this December, at least not in Glanton.
Rainfall was notable as being beneath average and much drier than recent months and certainly very much drier than the previous December.
A month with rainfall well above average and even wetter than last year. Nearly 85 mm of rain fell on 21st and 22nd of the month alone.
In all other respects the month was well within the averages of previous years.
Although temperatures were around average for October the rainfall was high giving 23 days with rain and a total of 95.8mm against an average of 55.8mm
A much more pleasant and normal period when compared with the previous months.
Rainfall at 36 mm was well below the September average of 45 mm and the highest temperature for the month of 26.9° C was only just short of the record set in 2014 of 27° C.
August provided some reasonable spells of warmer and drier weather, but rainfall for the month of 87.4mm was still well above the average of 52.7mm for August.
Temperature was also below average and even the best days came nowhere near the 29° C recorded in 2011.
Another month of wetter and cooler weather than average with rain on 22 days of the month.
The noticeable exception was the 19th of July when the temperature briefly exceeded the record for the month of 27° C set in 1990.
A disappointing June continuing the cooler and wetter trends of recent months.
Rainfall amounted to 93 mm against an average for the month of 57 mm.
Despite the predictions of a slowly warming climate with hotter and drier conditions, we are, in fact, currently experiencing the exact opposite!
A generally cooler and drier May with beneath average rainfall of 36.1mm (Average: 43.4mm).
A cool wet April with over twice the average rainfall (average 51mm) but very typical of the wide climate variations that are a common feature of a maritime climate spring.
Even the snowshowers at the end of the month are not unusual and are in no way an indicator of co-called climate change, as some claim.
A relatively normal March with rainfall slightly above the average for the month (43.4mm)
There were no notable extremes of wind, rain or temperature during the month.
Not as wet as the previous two months but rainfall was still above the February average of 45.2 mm.
The latter part of the month saw a return to more normal temeperatures for the time of year.
The very wet trend of the last two months continued into January with almost five times the average rainfall for the month. Average - 58.9 mm. Actual 289.3 mm. Wind was also a dominant factor in the latter part of the month with wet and windy weather forecast to continue into February.
A very wet month with 27 wet days and 216.9 mm being recorded and well over three times the average rainfal for the period of 65.1 mm.
Frosts were minimal with only one night dipping below freezing. Wind was about average with a turbulent spell in the first week of the month.
November was a very wet month with rainfall being more than double the 75mm average for November.
Despite the new move to the naming of storms in the UK, the three that did occur did not bring unusually bad conditions to our area. The naming process is more of a political move to promote awareness of climate for the COP21 Climate Summit in Paris this December.
The 1st October was the warmest day since August and although there were 17 rainy days compared to the average of 16, the amount of rain at 59.7 mm was well beneath the average of 71.3 mm.
September weather was very much in line with the averages for the month: 14 rainy days (average 13) with a total rainfall of 54.4mm (average 54mm).
There was little wind and high pressure at the end of the month produced a very welcome 'Indian Summer'.
August was a cooler and wetter month than the district average.
There were 18 rainy days - the August average for the Alnwick area is 15 days.
There were 86.6 mm of rain compared to an average of 68.2 for the month.
The highest temperature was 22.5° C and the lowest 7.2° C