In a context which does not go back all that far, but a definite wet and windy spell that is starkly not Mediterranean 😉
As the UK’s run of exceptionally wet and stormy weather continues, the Met Office’s National Climate Information Centre has looked at how the last two months compare in the historical records.
Here’s some facts and figures for the weather we’ve seen through December and January:
For the UK
- For the UK, December was provisionally the equal-fifth wettest December in the national series dating back to 1910 and January was the third wettest January in the same record. When the two months are combined, it is provisionally the wettest December and January in the series.
- There were more days of rain (any day with more than 1mm of rainfall) for the UK in January than for any other month in a series dating back to 1961, with 23 days.
- It was the windiest December for the UK in records back to 1969, based on the occurrence of winds in excess 60…
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