Weeks of wet weather to come.
“Central England temperatures so far this month average 8.6C, 1.6C below normal,” says this article on Metro.co.uk.
“The last time May was colder was in 1698, at 8.5C over the whole month.”
With 5cm (2 inches) of rain in just 24 hours (a month’s worth of rain in one day), the Met Office has warned that “weeks of wet weather ahead could wash out the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations.”
Little Age, anyone?
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Thanks to Anthony Watts for this link
“Children just won’t know what dry and warm weather is,” says Anthony.