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Tag Archives: climate statistics
Early June 2016 statistics
June, the first month of summer meteorologically speaking, has so far delivered a range of weather with some sunny, warm days but also torrential, thundery downpours leading to localised flooding. Early figures up until 27 June 2016 reflect this mix … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged above average rain, climate statistics, june, June 2016 rainfall, monthly summary, rain, Sun, temperature, weather 2 Comments
Sunny and dry April
UPDATE: YOU CAN SEE AN UPDATED STORY ON APRIL’S WEATHER ON OUR WEBSITE. The early April figures (1st – 28th April) show it was a sunny and warm month over all, with well above average sunshine almost everywhere. At the moment … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged april, climate statistics, dry, Met Office, rainfall, spring, sunshine 2 Comments
Met Office in the News: 30 August 2011
There have been reports today that the Met Office have said that this summer will be the coolest since 1993. This figure is based on the Central England Temperature record taken from our website. The Central England Temperature record is representative of … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media, Met Office News Tagged climate statistics, Met Office, summer 2011, temperature, weather, weather forecasting Comments Off on Met Office in the News: 30 August 2011
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