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Microsoft Word - 2020_05_july_temperature.docx

, 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

2022_03_july_heatwave

, London 35.8 40.2 19 July 2022 18 July 2022 19 July 2022 19 July 2022 18 July 2022 18 July 2022 19 July 2022 34.6 Nantwich, Cheshire 35.2 37.1 38.7 35.4 Hawarden Bridge, Flintshire Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Cambridge Botanic Garden Saunton Sands, Devon 34.6 Crossway, Gwent 38.5 Faversham, Kent 3 August

heatwave_01_july_2015_correction.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

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

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