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Latest UK weather forecast – Storm Corrie ‘snow bomb’ to see Britain SUCCESSFUL with Snow, wind and rain Met Office warnings

60 years of Met Office data (continued…)

Argyll and Bute saw average annual rainfall increase by more than 200mm (7.9 inches), the largest increase by volume, while South Yorkshire had the smallest increase, just over 14mm per year.

The number of rainy days – when 1mm or more of rain has been recorded – has increased to an average of 5.6 days.

The biggest increase was in Scotland, with Glasgow extending by 12 days with moderate rainfall, compared with just one day in Cambridgeshire.

The north-east and east of England saw the most annual increase in sunshine, with an increase of more than 13%, while the number of frost days, when air temperatures dropped below 0C, fell by an average of 11.1 days. .

A “average” period of 30 years is used as a standard for comparing weather and climate observational records and can be used as the context for future climate projections.

The more than 60-year analysis comes as the Met Office releases information from the most recent 30-year period, 1991-2020, which ended December 31 of last year and will now be used as the benchmark for monitoring. Regular climate monitoring from January.

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