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Originally posted by Big Raging Loner
It is normal that after a long warm dry spell there is a large storm, often electric, which leads a cold front. Then you have a period of wet weather.
The climate of the British Isles is an example of a temperate climate. It is neither too warm nor too cold, neither to wet nor too dry. There are few extremes in the weather. This makes the temperate climate the most agreeable of all the climates. A temperate climate however, can have very changeable weather. One day it may be raining, the next it may be sunny. This changeable weather occurs in summer as well as in winter.