July weather update

2015-08-12 06:00

IT certainly got the month off to a freezing start - Saturday 1 August was the coldest day recorded this winter, -3.9°C.

On the rainfall front a total of 60mm was recorded for July­. The 42-year mean, over the past nine years, provided by Pannar Research is 17.04. The lowest was not a drop in 2007/2008, with the next year not much better on 0.5°C.

Hottest temperature recorded in July was 26.8°C on 16 July and the lowest was -1.9°C on 19 July.

Rain forecasts for August are minimal - a few showers predicted and real rain only shown on one day - 25 August.

Hereand#039;s hoping they have got it wrong.

Please remember to continue to save water and to recycle wherever possible

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