It has been a very varied weather picture so far this month.
It’s been dry and warm for the south east of the UK, with some places around London having received less than 5 mm of rainfall so far and areas such as Essex, Hertfordshire, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire receiving less than 20% of the month’s average in places.
This year’s highest UK temperature so far, 26.8 °C, occurred at Kew Gardens (Greater London) on the 12 June.
Much of the rest of the UK has seen temperatures in general noticeably below average for June, continuing on from the rather cool May. While rainfall totals are already close to the whole-month average in the central Scottish Highlands and in Nottinghamshire.
June began with two very unseasonal days, due to a deep low-pressure system to the west of the UK, bringing large amounts of rain and some strong winds to the UK…
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