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While we've had a wet and windy start to October, September’s weather statistics revealed a dry month for much of the UK with temperatures reaching 30c in places.
So, what can we expect for the rest of the month ahead?
The second month of the main summer season is now over and the weather map for July had a low pressure anomaly across Scandinavia, keeping northern Europe quite cool for the time of year. Can we expect to see an increase in temperatures during August?
The stats for June are in now and according to the Met Office, across the UK June was 1.0C warmer than the 1981-2010 average, with rainfall at 144% of normal and sunshine just a fraction down on average at 97%...