July 2015 was cool, dull and wet across the UK according to provisional Met Office statistics for 1-29 July.
The month began with a record-breaking heatwave, with hot, humid air moving in from the continent. 36.7 °C was recorded at Heathrow 1 July, the highest recorded temperature in the UK since August 2003.
However the rest of the month has been characterized by cooler and often more unsettled conditions, particularly in the north, as a result of a westerly Atlantic air flow. Rainfall has been above average in most areas, particularly across parts of East Anglia, central and eastern Scotland.
|minimum temperature||mean temperature||sunshine duration||precipitation|
|Jul 1 – 29 2015||Act (°C)||Diff from avg (°C)||Act (°C)||Diff from avg (°C)||Act (hrs)||% of avg||Act (mm)||% of avg|
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