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Top 20 British wet and warm spots

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The places in Britain with the highest rainfall or warmest weather

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Lochgoilhead, Argyll and Bute Report Abuse
Tenth wettest - and you know where!
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Glenfinnan, Scotland Report Abuse
Third wettest, Scotland again!
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Portland, Dorset, =10th warmest place in Britain. Also =the sunniest. Report Abuse
Met office data, via Telegraph.co.uk.
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Portland isn't anywhere near the sunniest
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Dalness, Scottish Highlands Report Abuse
Britain’s official wettest spot with an average annual rainfall of 3.3 metres - Scotch mist!
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Seathwaite, Cumbria Report Abuse
Officially the second wettest spot with an average annual rainfall of 3.15 metres
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Southsea, Hampshire Report Abuse
Joint 7th warmest place in UK with an average annual temperature of 11.3C
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Blackpool, Lancashire Report Abuse
Possibly one of the wettest places ever. It frickin' rained all summer in 2005,2006 and 2007.
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But the sunshine average is higher there than just inland - Hence the Tomato growing industry that flourished there until joining the EU
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St Mary’s Airport, Isles of Scilly Report Abuse
The second warmest spot with an average annual temperature of 11.9C / 53.4F
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St Helier, Jersey Report Abuse
Third warmest, so not just the harbour gets the sun!
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Inverarnan, Loch Lomand Report Abuse
Fourth wettest - and Scotland again!
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Inveruglas, Argyll and Bute Report Abuse
Fifth wettest - guess where?
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Round Island, Isles of Scilly Report Abuse
Sixth warmest
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Capel Curig, Wales Report Abuse
Sixth wettest - and not in Scotland!
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St Mary’s, Isle of Scilly Report Abuse
Not as warm as the airport but still Britain’s seventh warmest spot
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Wythburn Lake, Cumbria Report Abuse
Seventh wettest
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Chapel Stile, Cumbria Report Abuse
Eighth wettest
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Tyndrum and Crianlarich, Stirling Report Abuse
Ninth wettest - and back in Scotland!
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Greenwich, London Report Abuse
Tenth warmest
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St Helier Harbour, Jersey Report Abuse
Britain’s warmest spot with an average annual temperature of 12.1C / 53.8F
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Lancresse, Guernsey Report Abuse
Fourth warmest
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Central London Report Abuse
Fifth warmest
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Is the wettest
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Pendennis Point, Cornwall Report Abuse
Eighth warmest
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Cornwall temps can be misleading. They have very mild winters, but their summers are not as warm as parts of even northern England. For instance Bradford high in the Pennines in Yorkshire has on average warmer summers than Newquay on the Cornish coast..
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St James’s Park, London Report Abuse
Ninth warmest
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