Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

News /London Is a Hotspot

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

News /London Is a Hotspot

Article excerpt

IF you'd like to enjoy warm weather on your next UK city break, these new figures might help you chose where to pick.

New figures have revealed which UK cities are the warmest and driest.

Using Met Office data, rainwater harvesting firm Freeflush has ranked cities by warmth, based on maximum average temperature, dry days and total rainfall.

Those living in London should slap on the sun factor as the English capital beat all other UK cities to claim the hot top spot.

This is thanks to a maximum temperature of 15.3 degrees Celsius, 256 dry days and only 557mm of rainfall annually.

Other cities that made the top five include Cambridge, Chelmsford, Worcester and Canterbury.

On the other hand, those living in Glasgow should wrap up warm and always think about carrying an umbrella. …

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