Why was the winter of 2010 the coldest in UK’s history?



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    Winter 2010, the coldest in 30 years, brought harsh, freezing temperatures to the UK. The extreme weather pattern was caused by high air pressure that blocked westerly winds, bringing cold air south from the Arctic. The average temperature for the month of December was -1 degrees Celsius (30.2 degrees Fahrenheit), making it the coldest month since February 1986 in the area. Although temperature patterns were far below normal, the UK also experienced one of the driest and sunniest winter months on record.

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