Asked by: Karole Berghausasked in category: General Last Updated: 14th February, 2020
Where is the best climate in the UK?
Likewise, where in the UK has the best weather?
The Isles of Scilly have the highest mean annual temperature in the UK of 11.5 degrees Celsius (52.7 degrees Fahrenheit). Not far behind are coastal parts of Cornwall, where many low-elevation sites average above 11 °C (52 °F).
Similarly, where is the warmest place in UK to live? Central London has the warmest urban micro-climate in the UK. This will probably come as no surprise, given that London is a densely built-up area, with a lot of extra warmth generated by busy traffic (of vehicles and people). Summers can be scorching, and a whopping five degrees warmer than in Scotland.
Then, where is the sunniest place in the UK?
Eastbourne, East Sussex Eastbourne in East Sussex is the sunniest city in the UK! Generally the south coast clocks up as many as 1,750 hours of sunshine each year, an average of nearly five hours per day.
Where is the hottest place in the UK?
In July Cambridge became the hottest ever place in Britain, with a temperature of 38.7C recorded at the Botanic Gardens.