2014 breaks all UK records
Provisional figures from the Met Office reveal that 2014 was the warmest in the UK since records began in 1910, with temperatures 1.1°C above the long-term (1981-2010) average. Last year was also the fourth wettest in the UK.The average 2014 temperature in the UK was 9.9°C, surpassing the previous record warmest year in 2006, when the mean was 9.7°C. The high average temperature last year also means eight of the 10 warmes
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