Friday, 21 June 2013

Summer for a Day

As widely predicted by the weather forecasters Wednesday was our warmest day of the year but only by a smidgen. The previous warmest day was 06 May when the temperature managed 23.0°C and Wednesday managed 23.3°C. 

On 06 May we had a much brighter sunnier day with 10.4 hours of sunshine recorded and only half as much on Wednesday with 5.2 hours. The average daily temperatures are also very different as it was mild all day on Wednesday producing an average daily temperature of 18.2°C. Monday 06 May got off to a pretty chilly start and only managed a daily average of 14.6°C.

Summer only lasted the day though as Thursday was dull with some welcome rain starting early evening. 

So far June’s temperatures are about average and certainly much warmer than last year’s cold and very wet June.

Original post from A Gardener's Weather Diary author M Garrett


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