While Italy is suffering from the heat subtropical, as the Balkans and Eastern Europe on which the offshoots dell'Anticiclone arrived in the United Kingdom are already talking about "year without summer": the cold and the weather continues exceptionally for over three months, after the severe drought of last winter.
In June, in England alone there was a surplus of precipitation 227%, while in Wales was of 238% and 235% in Northern Ireland.
It rained twice the average, and was the wettest June in the last 102 years, and that is when, in 1910, began the official surveys.
The average rainfall in the United Kingdom was 145.3 mm, well above the previous record of 136.2 mm, however, very recently, in June 2007.
July also began with the rain: the various sports events in Formula One and Tennis have been partially compromised by bad weather, and even the Olympics are at risk as we wrote yesterday in this article
Forecasters at the Met Office are concerned about new incoming torrential rains in the coming days, "is primarily on maximum alert Midlands, Yorkshire and Wales, where the rivers will overflow." Tony Waters, Deputy Head of the Met Office forecaster, said to ' Express that most likely this bad weather will persist even in August, and could cause serious disruption, with flooded areas and major thoroughfares completely flooded.
The forecaster Paul Knightley said: "This summer is the worst that can happen in the United Kingdom", never hot or sunny.
The climate, in fact, "is always wet, cold and boring. At least so far, has been the worst summer since weather measurements exist. " [/b]
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