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, Canterbury, Kent and Epsom, Surrey stood for nearly 80 years until 37.1°C on 3 August 1990 at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. This was broken by 38.5°C at Faversham, Kent on 10 August 2003 and 38.7°C at Cambridge Botanic Garden on 25 July 2019. The table below lists the UK’s hottest days on record. Prior

hot-spell-august-1990---met-office.pdf

Hot spell August 1990 At the beginning of August 1990 there was a widespread hot spell, during which a new UK temperature record was set A maximum of 37.1 °C was measured at Cheltenham on the 3rd, beating the record of 36.7 °C set at Raunds (Northamptonshire), Epsom (Surrey) and Canterbury (Kent

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Are we in for a record-breaking Bank Holiday weekend?

on 3 May 1999 in Martyr Worthy (Hampshire), Worcester and Malvern.  The warmest early May Bank Holiday weekend as a whole on record is 28.6 recorded on the 6 May 1995 at Cheltenham (Gloucestershire), 2 May 1981 in Grantown-on-Spey (Morayshire) and 30 April 1988 in Kinbrace (Sutherland

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Bank Holiday heat gives way to showers

Holiday Monday on record is 23.6 °C recorded on 3 May 1999 in Martyr Worthy (Hampshire), Worcester and Malvern.  The warmest early May Bank Holiday weekend as a whole on record is 28.6 recorded on the 6 May 1995 at Cheltenham (Gloucestershire), 2 May 1981 in Grantown-on-Spey (Morayshire) and 30 April

midlands_-climate---met-office.pdf

the lowest occur in the Shetlands (15 °C). Extreme maximum temperatures can occur in July or August. For example, on 3 July 1976 35.9 °C was recorded at Cheltenham and on 9 August 1911 36.7 °C occurred at Raunds, Northamptonshire. On 3 August 1990, temperatures exceeded 34 °C widely over the Midlands

hot-spell---august-2003---met-office.pdf

Hot spell - August 2003 Maximum temperatures The UK record of 37.1 °C at Cheltenham on 3 August 1990 was beaten by a number of stations on 10 August 2003, with Brogdale, near Faversham (Kent) reporting the highest at 38.5 °C. Table of highest maximum temperatures - 5 August 2003 Station name Jersey

heatwave-1-july-2015---met-office.pdf

); this UK record stood for nearly 80 years until Hot spell August 1990 (37.1 °C at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) which was broken again on 10 August 2003 (38.5 °C at Faversham, Kent). On 1 July the temperature also reached 35.7 °C at Kew Gardens and Northolt, Greater London, 35.3 °C at Wittering

record-breaking-heat-and-sunshine---july-2006---met-office.pdf

35 °C in places on the 19th when new UK and Welsh temperature records for July were set. The value of 36.5 °C recorded at Wisley, Surrey on 19th overturned the UK record for July of 35.9 °C set on 3 July 1976 at Cheltenham, Glos. Hot weather persisted for much of the following week, particularly

exceptional-warmth-september-2016---met-office.pdf

34.6 °C was reached at Raunds (Northamptonshire) on the 8th. However, the most significant September heatwave in observational records was from 1 to 2 September 1906. Temperatures exceeded 32 °C as far apart as Cheltenham (Gloucestershire), Macclesfield (Cheshire), Cromer (Norfolk), Oxford and Gordon

UK climate extremes

) England E & NE 36.3 25 July 2019 Cranwell (Lincolnshire) England NW 34.6 3 August 1990 Nantwich (Cheshire) Wales N 35.2 2 August 1990 Hawarden Bridge (Flintshire) Midlands 37.1 3 August 1990 Cheltenham (Gloucestershire) East Anglia 38.7 25 July 2019 Cambridge Botanic Garden England SW 35.4 3

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