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of stations which recorded their wettest June and have long series lengths. Some places also had their wettest any month on record, including the following long-running stations: Hull, Bradford and Sheffield. June 2007 - station precipitation values Station June 2007 % of 1961-1990 Series length

Most Tornadoes in one Day 23 November 1981

in a belt 200 - 250km wide and 400km long stretching from Anglesey across central, north and Eastern England with outbreaks in areas near Liverpool, Manchester Hull and Bimingham although most were in rural locations. Although most of the tornadoes were only FU - F1 on the Fujita scale with a few

Linton on Ouse observations map - Met Office

temperature Ravensworth -3.5 °C Highest rainfall Hull East Park 0.0 mm Sunniest Sheffield 12.4 hours UK extremes Parameter Location Value Highest maximum temperature Preston Moor Park 15.5 °C Lowest maximum temperature Lerwick 8.3 °C Lowest minimum temperature Sennybridge -5.6 °C Highest rainfall

Mountain weather

A first peak - bag yours in the Yorkshire Dales

Pavillion which is also a great spot for tea and cake. Pen-y-ghent The classic climb of Pen-y-ghent from Horton-in-Ribblesdale is a great circuit over a striking peak and is full of interest. The route is all on good paths, the views dramatic and there are the striking features of Hunt and Hull Pots


A warm week, getting hot in places.

, where an easterly breeze will limit temperatures this week. This will mean places like Newcastle, Hull and parts of London could see maximum temperatures jump by as much as 10 degrees between Friday and Saturday.  Met Office Chief Meteorologist, Steve Willington, said: “It’ll be warm with sunny


Cardiff (Weather Centre) South Glamorgan 34.5 3 33.1 Bidston Merseyside 34.5 2 31.4 Hull Humberside 34.4 3 32.8 Sheffield South Yorkshire 34.3 3 33.5 Prestatyn Denbighshire 34.3 2 32.4 Boscombe Down Wiltshire 34.2# 3 33.3 Southport (Greenbank) Merseyside 33.9 2 32.0 Rothamsted Hertfordshire 33.8* 3 33.3


52.27191 -3.91589 WAL 1955 99195 LIBANUS 331 51.92443 -3.48904 WAL 1992 99196 CHILLINGHAM BARNS 70 55.52988 -1.91833 ENG 1958 99207 ROSS-ON-WYE 67 51.91117 -2.58575 ENG 1914 99212 GOSPORT, FLEETLANDS 1 50.83641 -1.16825 ENG 2011 99214 HULL, EAST PARK 2 53.76581 -0.29807 ENG 2011 99225 ARMAGH 62


. Other major centres of population include Peterborough, Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge, Lincoln, Grimsby and Hull. Temperature The mean annual temperature over the region varies from around 9.5 °C to just over 10.5 °C. Variations in temperature depend on both altitude, with a decrease of about 0.5 °C


in Hull, as well as flooding in some other eastern locations. On the 16th, heavy spells of rain across south-east England caused flooding in a few places around Hertfordshire and London, and various events were postponed or cancelled. In the south-west, the M49 and the A39 saw instances of flooding


and M62 were closed to high sided vehicles. Some ferries across the Irish Sea were cancelled, and the P&O North Sea ferry to Hull had an 8 hour delay. Power outages in Wales, Northern Ireland and England affected about 100,000 customers in total. Three people were injured in Perth, Scotland when a pub

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