Last year, I predicted that the 2020 summer would not be good and I was right. On average it was duller, wetter and warmer than normal.
An unremarkable August, apart from a brief hot & stormy period, means all 3 months of the 2020 UK meteorological summer have been unremarkable. I suppose we can’t complain given the remarkable spring we had!
[Read more…] about UK Weather Tracker #43 – August 2020
I’m obviously a biased sample point as I thought July had been a pleasant month weather wise but the latest data from the UK Met Office shows it was unremarkable on all fronts.
[Read more…] about UK Weather Tracker #42 – July 2020
After the two sunniest months on record, the UK weather returned was reassuringly normal and boring in June 2020. [Read more…] about UK Weather Tracker #41 – June 2020
The UK experienced its sunniest spring on record in 2020 by a huge margin. Both April and May were the sunniest on record and together they resulted in an average of 6.5 hours of sunshine per day compared to the normal 4.5 hours per day.
With the UK under unprecedented lockdown due to COVID19, the sunniest April on record was followed by the sunniest May on record. I can hear the conspiracy theorists now …
With the UK under unprecedented lockdown due to COVID19, did the sunniest April on record help make it more bearable for everyone?
After the wettest February on record, the UK followed it with an extremely normal (and boring) weather in March 2020.
The UK experienced its 5th wettest and warmest winter on record in 2020.
February 2020 broke a string of boring months weather-wise in the UK with the wettest February on record.