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May and spring were warmest on record in UK, Met Office says

Season’s high temperatures come despite wettest spring since 1986 and the sixth wettest on record

The UK had its warmest May and spring on record, despite the wet, dull conditions for many parts of the country, provisional Met Office figures show.

The average temperature in May was 13.1C (55.6F), beating the previous record in 2008 by a full 1C, making it the warmest May in records dating back to 1884.

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