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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

    okay I'll go first.

    Avge Max=20.4(21.0)

    Avge Min=11.7(11.5)


    Highest Max= 24.8C on 31st

    Lowest Min on 10th with 7.8C

    Coldest day=21st with 14.4C

    and warmest night with 14.6C was 13th.

    Rainfall=81.0(47.7) with wettest day on 20th with 11.0mm; 21 days with 0.2mm or more and 15 days with 1.0mm or more.

    NB My rainfall is suspect due to exposure, add about 20% for a better idea of this locality.

    No fog, air or ground frost, snow or hail.

    Days with thunder=2(3)

    The first month with below average temperature since March 2006.

    Very wet as was most of the southern half of the UK.

    beat yer OON

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  • Location: Nr Appleby in Westmorland
  • Location: Nr Appleby in Westmorland

    Bah - I wanted to be first.

    Highest daily maximum: 23.4º (19th)

    Lowest daily maximum: 12.8º (21st)

    Average daily maximum; 18.1º (last year 23.9º! 10yr average 19.8º)

    Highest daily minimum: 13.1º (12th)

    Lowest daily minimum: 4.9º (30th)

    Average daily minimum: 10.0º (last year 11.3º. 10yr average 10.7º)

    MEAN TEMPERATURE 14.1º (last year 17.6º. 10yr mean 15.3º)

    Total rainfall: 167.1mm (10yr average 67.8mm)

    No of wet days (0.2mm and above): 22

    Wettest day: 23.4mm (19th)

    Maximum wind gust: 32mph (14th & 26th)

    I've only had 14 days this year when the temperature reached over 21º...and only ONE in July; last July I had TWENTY FOUR!

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  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet
  • Weather Preferences: Extreme winter cold,heavy bowing snow,freezing fog.Summer 2012
  • Location: South Derbyshire nr. Burton on Trent, Midlands, UK: alt 262 feet

    Stanton Station: South Derbyshire (nr. Burton upon Trent.) Lat. 52°46'N Long. 1°36'W Ht. 74m A.M.S.L.Grid Ref: SK 26500

    July 2007 Report.

    By Paul Carfoot.

    With low pressure maintaining control of the weather over the UK. The first 4 days in to the month were very unsettled here in Stanton, with heavy downpours and thunderstorms and the temperatures mostly on the cool side. After a brief rest bite from the 7th to the 12th with less rain and a little more sunshine and more reasonable temperatures, more heavy and persistent rain returned on the 13th depositing 10mm here.

    More rainy days followed, although a short interlude of fine warm weather occurred on the 18th and 19th, but this was soon replaced by more very wet weather on the 20th with 25mm more rain over that 24-hour period.

    The considerably wet weather continued for a further 8 days with another 25mm of rain at the end of a 24 hour period on the 26th.

    On the 29th pressure began to rise slowly and the weather began to dry out and settle down at last, but ironically it became cooler with night time minimums getting quite low for July, I recorded a minimum air temperature of 7.7c on the 30th and 6.5c on the 31st, minimum grass temperatures got as low as 1.5c and 1c respectively, but with clear skies and good sunny periods during the daytime it felt very pleasant.


    An extremely wet month, I have only kept records since 2005, but certainly the wettest by a very large margin. July 2005 = 54mm , July 2006 = 31mm, July 2007 = 124mm.

    It was also a below average month, the first here since March 2006.

    Stats for July 2007

    Average maximum temperature = 19.4c

    Average minimum temperature = 11.5c

    Mean temperature = 15.4 -1.1c below the CET average.

    Warmest day on the 19th = 24.2c

    Coldest day on the 21st = 13.7c

    Warmest night on the 14th = 14.7c

    Coldest night on the 31st = 6.5c

    Ground Frosts = 0

    Air frost = 0

    Days of Rain, with 1mm or more = 17

    Wettest Day 20th and 26th = 25mm

    Days of snow = 0

    Days of lying snow = 0

    Thunder heard / Thunderstorms = 3

    Rainfall total = 124 mm

    Rain total this year = 486mm

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  • Location: Norton, Stockton-on-Tees
  • Weather Preferences: Snow and cold in winter, warm and sunny in summer
  • Location: Norton, Stockton-on-Tees

    Here are the monthly figures for July 2007 for Marton-in-Cleveland:

    Average Min: 10.73c

    Average Max: 21.29c

    Mean Temp.: 16.01c

    Lowest Night Temp: 5.5c on the 30th

    Highest Night Temp: 14.3c on the 14th

    Highest Day Temp: 24.1c on the 17th

    Lowest Day Temp: 16.6c on the 22nd

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  • Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
  • Location: Warminster, Wiltshire

    Some people get bored by stats, but I love them. This is a cracker and one of those vagaries that makes weather watching so good....

    ... the joint highest temperature for July was 24c yesterday afternoon (the 31st) and followed on from a starting temperature of 6c, the lowest minimum of the month on the same morning ;) .

    This was by far the coolest July of the five I've recorded temperatures and it was an amazing 4.32c cooler mean-wise than 2006! It's also the first time for me that a July mean has been lower than a June mean.

    Average max = 20.32c (highest = 24c on 14th & 31st)

    Average min = 11.19c (lowest = 6c on 31st)

    Mean = 15.75c

    Dry days = 10

    Rain days = 21

    Rainfall = 134mm

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  • Location: Dunoon Argyll Scotland
  • Weather Preferences: Snow
  • Location: Dunoon Argyll Scotland

    Castlebay Barra

    1st light rain

    2nd partly cloudy

    3rd rain

    4th sunny

    5th partly cloudy

    6th to 7th sunny

    8th partly cloudy

    9th to 11th sunny

    12th to 13th rain

    14th sunny

    15th sunny but england had very heavy rain

    16th cloudy showers

    17th 20th sunny warm but 18mph gusts on the 18th

    21st to 24th cloudy dry

    25th rain all day but at 4.05pm a very heavy shower came then followed by a second one with a small tornado just doing light damage

    26th sunny

    27th wet and windy

    28th sunny

    29th to 30th cloudy dry

    31st nice morning then at 12pm it rained heavy and brought 2 powercuts at night

    Min outdoor temp 8.5c

    Max outdoor temp 28.3c

    Min humidity 42%

    Max humidity 92%

    Min wind chill 1.7c

    Max wind chill 28.3c

    Min pressure 990mb

    Max pressure 1021mb

    Max wind speed 26.3mph (was caused by small tornado)

    Rainfall 47.5mm

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  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District 290 mts. Wind speed 340 mts
  • Weather Preferences: Rain/snow, fog, gales and cold in every season
  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District 290 mts. Wind speed 340 mts

    Mean max'.......16.9c ( -1.5c )

    Mean min'.........10.5c ( -0.6c )

    Highest max'.....20.5c on 19th

    Lowest max'......11.9c on 21st

    Lowest min'.........7.7c on 10th

    Highest min'...... 13.0c on 14th

    Rainfall 140.7 mm ( 227% )

    Wettest day....26.7 mm on 13th

    Rain days........22

    Sunshine........130.31 hrs ( 70%)

    Sunniest day....13.74 hrs on 31st

    Coolest July since 2000 which it equalled. Mean max' was lowest since 1993.

    Wettest on record by a margin of 0.1mm over 2003

    Dullest since 2005.


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  • Location: Tonbridge, Kent
  • Location: Tonbridge, Kent

    A distinctive rarity over the last couple of years - a negative temperature anomaly. This accompanied by high rainfall (207%) and below average sunshine makes it the worst July since 1988 here. In spite of this, EvapoTranspiration still exceeded rainfall and my part of Kent totally missed out on any flooding, being on the edge of downpours rather than right underneath them. Subjectively however, somehow it didn't really seem that bad...

    1988 - for comparison

    Avg Daily Min: 12.5 ºC

    Avg Daily Max: 19.8 ºC

    Wet Days: 19

    Total Rainfall: 77.6mm

    Est. Sunshine: 180 hours


    Monthly Mean: 16.4 ºC

    Average max: 20.8 ºC ( 1.9C BELOW average )

    Average min: 13.0 ºC ( 0.2C BELOW average )

    Highest max: 25.6 ºC ( 15th )

    Lowest max: 18.4 ºC ( 26th )

    Lowest min: 9.9 ºC ( 30th & 31st )

    Highest min: 17.2 ºC ( 16th )

    No.of Days with max < 20 ºC: 13 days

    No.of Days with max >= 25 ºC: 1 days

    No.of Days with max >= 30 ºC: 0 days

    Low Wind Chill: 9.9 ºC ( 30th & 31st )

    Low THW Heat Index: 9.9 ºC ( 30th & 31st )

    High THW Heat Index: 26.3 ºC ( 15th )

    High THSW Sun Index: 32.5 ºC ( 13th )

    Lowest RH%: 34 % ( 31st )

    Lowest Dewpoint: 4.3 ºC ( 8th )

    Highest Dewpoint: 18.4 ºC ( 15th )

    Rain total: 87.4 mm ( 207% of Average )

    Wettest day: 22.1 mm ( 20th )

    Rain Days ( measurable ): 17 days

    Rain Days ( >= 1.0mm ): 14 days

    High Rain Rate: 103.1 mm/hr ( 17th )

    Days with Thunder 2 days ( 3rd, 15th )

    EvapoTranspiration Total: 90.4 mm

    Wind Speed Average: 2.5 mph

    Wind Speed high gust: 29 mph ( 6th )

    Wind Dominant Direction: SSW ( 64% ) followed by W, NNW, N

    Mean Barometer: 1010.7 hPa

    Low Barometer: 994.2 hPa ( 23rd )

    High Barometer: 1020.7 hPa ( 31st )

    High Solar Radiation 1266 w/m2 ( 6th)

    Sunshine Hours 136.2 Hours **

    Sunniest Day: 9.0 Hours ( 7th ) calculated with limited sensor exposure, estimate 11+ hrs actual daily total

    ** calculated with limited sensor exposure, estimate 170 hrs actual monthly total ( Rather BELOW average)

    * average at this site 1984 - 2006

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  • Location: Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
  • Location: Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK

    Overall - a dull and showery month here in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.

    Mean Temperature 13.9°C, 0.2°C higher than historic average (13.7°C)

    Minimum Temperature 7.3 °C on the 9th.

    Maximum Temperature 23.8 °C on the 31st.

    Total Rainfall 73.2mm, 12.6 mm higher than historic average (60.6mm), i.e. 120.8%

    Mean Bright Sunshine Hours 2.9hrs per day, 2.3hrs per day less than average (5.2hrs), i.e. 56.2%

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  • Location: Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire
  • Location: Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire

    Hull, East Yorkshire.

    July 2007

    Warmest Max: 22.9°C (on 16/07/07)

    Coldest Max: 15.9°C (on 15/07/07 & 21/07/07)

    Warmest Min: 15.4°C (on 13/07/07)

    Coldest Min: 9.9°C (on 10/07/07)

    Average Max: 20.3°C (-0.7°C Below 1971-2000 Average)

    Average Min: 12.7°C (+0.4°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

    Overall Average: 16.5°C (-0.2°C Below 1971-2000 Average)

    Rain: 127.6mm (332% Of Normal)

    Wettest Day: 1st & 26th (19.1mm)

    Air Frosts: 0

    Days with Snow: 0

    Snow lying at 0900: 0 days

    Dry Days: 8

    Wet Days: 23

    Days With Rain >1.0mm: 17

    Thunderstorms: 15

    Year 2007 So Far (Jan - Jul)

    Warmest Max: 23.5°C (on 12/06/07)

    Coldest Max: 2.9°C (on 23/01/07)

    Warmest Min: 15.4°C (on 13/07/07)

    Coldest Min: -2.7°C (on 08/02/07)

    Average Max: 14.5°C (+1.5°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

    Average Min: 7.2°C (+1.5°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

    Overall Average: 10.9°C (+1.5°C Above 1971-2000 Average)

    Rain: 535.5mm (173% Of Normal)

    Wettest Day: 25/06/07 (97.8mm)

    Air Frosts: 9

    Days with Snow: 6

    Snow lying at 0900: 1 day

    Dry Days: 95

    Wet Days: 117

    Days With Rain >1.0mm: 80

    Thunderstorms: 23

    A cool, wet and unsettled month. Rainfall was over three times the expected amount. It differed to June in that the majority fell in shower form, rather than from frontal rain. The first half of the month was almost a degree warmer than the second, with maxima regularly in the range of 15-19°C. The last 4 days were pleasant however, with broken cloud, low humidity and temperatures at 18-21°C in pleasant sunshine. The high maxima of the month of 22.9°C was the lowest July value since 1988, though the mean was only the lowest since 2004.

    In summary, a rare below average month, the first since March 2006. Though unremittingly wet.

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  • Location: Blakenhall, Cheshire
  • Location: Blakenhall, Cheshire

    July 2007 Statistics

    Blakenhall, Cheshire

    (53.02, -2.41)

    Average daily maximum: 19.3º [2 sets missing]

    Average daily minimum: 10.9º


    Highest daily maximum: 22.2º (-9th)

    Lowest daily maximum: 14.9º (20th)

    Days 20º or above: 13

    Highest daily minimum: 13.6º (16th)

    Lowest daily minimum: 6.6º (28th)

    Days 0º or below: 0

    Days With Rain: 26

    Maximum Rainfall: 23.3mm (20th)

    Total Rainfall: 125.9mm

    Maximum Windspeed: 13.2mph (1st)

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