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No warm weather this month says Met Office

June has been two degrees colder than the average so far

The first two weeks of June have been two degrees colder than the average for the time of year.

The Met Office says the average maximum temperature has been just 14.2°C since 4 June.

On rainy days though, temperatures struggled to reach 12°C  which is 4 degrees below the average and is said to be "in the cool category".

What's not helped though is that particularly over the last week, the wind's been coming from Iceland which has made it feel even colder, especially with wind speed being slightly up. 

According to the Met Office, the forecast for the rest of June is average at best.

There are no signs of any hot weather for the remainder of the month.

There will be some showers over the next few days but also sunshine in between, which will hopefully feel much warmer given the strength of the sun at this time of year.

Looking ahead to the start of next week, it should be a bit drier with temperatures back up to the annual average of 16.

But at least for the next few days, you might want to keep the heating on.

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