UK had hottest and fourth wettest year in 2014

RTCC: The UK experienced its hottest ever year in 2014, provisional data shows. The average temperature across the last twelve months was 9.9C, beating the 2006 record of 9.7C, the Met Office has revealed. Eight of the UK’s top ten warmest years have occurred since 2002. Having kicked off with wintry storms and widespread flooding in January and February, 2014 was also the fourth wettest year on record. “This is clear evidence of the impact of man-made climate change on the UK,” said Bob Ward,......

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