Snow at Christmas in the UK
Take a look at how often we get snow at Christmas in the UK and the warmest, coldest, wettest, windiest, sunniest and snowiest Christmas days.
When was the warmest Christmas day?
The warmest temperature recorded on Christmas day in the UK is 15.6 °C. It has been recorded twice, first in Edinburgh in 1896 and again in Killerton, Devon in 1920.
|Edinburgh (1896) and Killerton (1920)||Dyce (2011)||Bude (1988)||Exmouth (1997)||Aber (1974)|
When was the wettest Christmas day?
The wettest Christmas day in the UK was back in 2003 when 103 mm of rain fell in Ennerdale, Cumbria
|Ennerdale (2003)||Butterton (1973)||Thirlmere (1974)||Achnagart (2011)||Cwm Dyli (1990)|
When was the windiest Christmas day?
The windiest Christmas day recorded was on the Isle of Wight in 1997 when gusts up to 93 mph were recorded
|Sella Ness (2011)||Isle of Wight (1997)||Isle of Portland (1999)|
North Rona (2007)
|North Rona (2004)|
When was the coldest Christmas day?
Gainford in Durham holds the record for the coldest Christmas day recording -18.3 °C in 1878.
|Gainford (1878)||Altnaharra (2010)||West Linton (1981)||Altnaharra (2009)||Snowdon (1996)|
When was the sunniest Christmas day?
The most amount of sunshine recorded on Christmas day is 7.5 hours, recorded in Faversham, Kent in 1979 and Camborne, Cornwall in 2010.
|Faversham (1979)||Camborne (2010)||Newquay (1970)||St Mawgan (1996)||Margate (1995)|
When was the deepest snow on Christmas day?
The deepest lying snow on Christmas day was recorded back in 1981 when Kindrogan, Perthshire recorded 47 cm.
|Kindrogan (1981)||Malham (2009)||Lislap Forest (1968)||Hillsborough (2010)||Lough Bradan (1995)|
Last updated: Nov 20, 2015 1:18 PM