Only a third average rainfall with April almost over

Telegraph: Britain has experienced only a third of the average rainfall for April despite being more than half-way through the month, raising fears of a potential drought. Last week's heatwave saw the Met Office slash its rain forecast, as the country basked in unseasonably hot weather with highs of over 25C. And temperatures will continue to soar well above average this week -- to as high as 19C by Tuesday around London, Southampton and southern coastal areas. The dry spell follows months of below-average......

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