New website url

From 20th of April 2021 this website has a new url address. https://durhamukweather.com This is because: a) The website has moved host, and b) The new host doesn’t handle .co.uk domains All traffic will be automatically forwarded to the new site address from the old one (durhamweather.co.uk). Otherwise, the site and it’s content are identical. If you have the site bookmarked, please use the new url. If there are any problems you spot, please let me know. Thanks, Dave (owner)

The last 5 Aprils in the UK according to Trevor Harley

2016 The first ten days or so were unsettled; the rest of the month was cold and quite sunny. There was a notable heavy snowfall in the north on the 29-30th. The month was 0.9C beneath the CET average; it was also wetter on average (112%), particularly in the east. It was slightly sunnier than average. The highest temperature of the month was 20.3C at Porthmadog in Gwent on the 21st, and the lowest -5.6C at Kinbrace in Sutherland on the 28th. The greatest snow depth was 9 cm at Crombie Country Park in good old Angus on the 29th. … [Read more]

March 2021 Weather Summary – Dry and Warming

#durhamwx #march2021 After what seemed to be a long winter, the weather in March 2021 eventually eased us away from the bleakness of February. The first week was still cold, as high pressure persisted, but things became more mobile for a short period after the 10th, with more cyclonic conditions bringing a rise in temperature and the month’s only ‘wet spell’. The two warmest days were the last two. Beautiful conditions let the thermometer peak at just shy of 20 degC. Sunshine was abundant and it was true shirt sleeve weather. It felt like Spring was truly here at last … [Read more]