CET ANNUAL SUNSHINE HOURS 1929-2012
This shows long term annual hours of sunshine based on the Central England Temperature data from 1929 to 2012.
Note the trend which suggests that annual sunshine has increased from 1400 hours to 1500 hours over this period.
CET MONTHLY SUNSHINE 1929-2012
This shows long term monthly hours of sunshine based on the Central England Temperature data from 1929 to 2009.
Overlaying annual mean temperatures with annual sunshine hours for the period 1929 to 2012, an increase over the years can be seen in each, but also evidence for the link between them becomes apparent, since they often rise together or fall together.
Lastly, the CET monthly mean temperatures are plotted against EW annual sunshine, providing a different view of the annual warming and cooling cycle.
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