Weather event's of june

As we moved into June, with the Royal Cornwall Show looming, we saw a unsettled week with  Storm Miguel which moved up from the South scattered its left overs for us here in Cornwall. This meant an unsettled week of wind and rain even temperatures no higher than 12C to 15C to start with. We had winds around 25-45mph which is unusual for June. There was a yellow weather warning issued by the Met Office for thunder storms, but hey guess what, it came to nothing.
7th saw KWT issue our own warnings for more wind and rain due to now EX Storm Miguel. As rain lashed Cornwall and multiple radars plagued the page. We even had a strong Northwesterly wind. The showers and advisors continued into the first half of June with isolated thunderstorms that bearly touched Cornwall. Another Met Office Yellow warning came on 10th June, this was once again issued for more rain, and lots of it. Into the second half of June, it felt more like March. Temperatures struggled to reach 13C.
21st saw another Thunderstorm warning issued by the Met office, once again came to nothing apart from torrential rain. On the 26th KWT issued another warning for winds, as we expected another battering, only this time wind speeds of up to 65mph were expected. So yes June was disappointing in itself.
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