This March is set to be the coldest since 1962 in the UK in the national record dating back to 1910, according to provisional Met Office statistics.
From 1 to 26 March the UK mean temperature was 2.5 °C, which is three degrees below the long term average. This also makes it joint 4th coldest on record in the UK.
The table below gives details of statistics up to the 26 March for broken down by the counties used to compile climate statistics.
|Actual (deg C)||Difference from 1981-2010 average (deg C)||Actual (mm)||Percentage of 1981-2010 average (%)|
|England & Wales||2.9||-3.3||66.6||94|
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