Drought in the United Kingdom
Droughts are a relatively common feature of the weather in the United Kingdom, with one around every 5–10 years on average. These droughts are usually confined to summer, when a blocking high causes h...
1955 United Kingdom heat wave
The UK drought of 1955 and associated heatwave were a set of severe weather events that occurred over all parts of the country. The drought was the 7th worst drought in Yorkshire, and worse than the f...
1955 United Kingdom heat wave - Wikipedia
1990 United Kingdom heat wave
The 1990 heat wave in the United Kingdom was a particularly severe heat event with temperatures hitting record highs of 37.1 °C (98.8 °F) on 3 August. The temperature was recorded at Chelten...
1990 United Kingdom heat wave - Wikipedia
Autumn 2011 United Kingdom heat wave
The autumn 2011 United Kingdom heat wave was a period of unseasonably warm weather which arrived towards the end of September 2011 and continued into October. As a result, record high temperatures for...
Autumn 2011 United Kingdom heat wave - Wikipedia
1911 United Kingdom heat wave
The United Kingdom heatwave of 1911 was a particularly severe heat wave and associated drought. Records were set around the country for temperature in England, including the highest accepted temperatu...
1906 United Kingdom heat wave
The 1906 United Kingdom heatwave was a severe heatwave that occurred over all parts of the UK, from August through to September. The heatwave was unusual as the highest temperatures were recorded in e...
1906 United Kingdom heat wave - Wikipedia
1976 United Kingdom heat wave
The 1976 United Kingdom heat wave led to the hottest summer average temperature in the UK since records began. At the same time, the country suffered a severe drought.It was easily the driest, sunnies...
1976 United Kingdom heat wave - Wikipedia