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UK actual and anomaly maps

Maps for the most recent five to six months (including monthly, seasonal and annual maps) are provisional. After six months, all maps are final. A timetable for publication of the climate summaries is available below.

Timing of summaries and statistics

Seasonal and annual maps are only available for: mean daily maximum temp.; mean daily minimum temp.; mean temperature; rainfall and sunshine.

Monthly maps of days of snow lying and days of thunder are available after approximately six months.

Rainfall maps include all precipitation (rainfall, snow and hail).

Select the information below to view actual and anomaly UK maps of monthly, seasonal and annual periods. The actual and anomaly maps are based on 5 km grid-point data sets, with the anomaly information referring to the 30-year averaging periods, 1961–1990, 1971–2000 and 1981–2010.





The map for this combination is not available.

Seasonal and annual maps are only available for:

  • Mean daily maximum temp.;
  • Mean daily minimum temp.;
  • Mean temperature;
  • Rainfall;
  • Sunshine.

Monthly maps of days of snow lying and days of thunder are available after approximately six months.

Map types

  • 1961-1990 anomaly maps are available for all months.
  • 1971-2000 anomaly maps are available up to December 2010.
  • From January 2011, 1971-2000 anomaly maps are gradually being replaced with the new period 1981-2010. 1981-2010 anomaly maps are not available before January 2011.

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