Weather events of July 2019

Now we move into July. We started off with blustery NW winds as there was a large Low Pressure over Scandinavia and a high pressure to the West out in the Atlantic. We were smack in between with temperatures in the teens.
Just as it warmed up, to around 22C Low Pressure moved to the North of Scotland. Linked to this Low was a cold front which brought more cloud showers and slightly cooler temperatures for a while.
 
Over the next 2 weeks, the weather settled and temperatures rose only to around 21C. 
However, other parts of the UK roasted in temperatures up to 34C.
 
By 10th Low Pressure took hold bringing with it some rain but temperatures remained 20-24C.
 
12th High Pressure came into play and left us with some settled conditions although, there were mist and fog to contend with at times.
By 17th of July a Low weather front moved in from the Southwest and brought us some heavy downpours of rain. We issued advisories over the next few days as temperatures and humidity soared with thunderstorms only being a threat. Yes you guessed it, they didn't appear. Apart from Europe where they had thousands upon thousands of strikes, very greedy of them.?
Due to humidity, we saw a lot of mist and fog. So once again, July came and went without flash or a bang.
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