True or false?
The frequency of extreme weather in the UK is increasing.
Since the 1980s how much have UK temperatures increased by?
True or false?
There have been more temperature records broken recently than ever before.
In which year did the UK experience its highest ever recorded temperature?
What is the highest temperature ever recorded in the UK?
The highest ever recorded temperature in the UK was 38.7°C in Cambridge on 25th July 2019.
What is the highest two day record of rainfall in the UK?
The highest ever two-day rainfall record occurred in Thirlmere, Cumbria between 4 to 5 December 2015.
Which principality of the UK holds the record for the lowest recorded temperature?
The lowest temperature recorded in the UK is -27.2°C in Scotland.
Which of the following is not a prediction for future UK weather?
True or false?
Climate change cannot be responsible for for individual extreme weather events.
Evidence suggests climate change is warming the planet. Which of the following is not likely to be a result of this?
Is the UK’s weather becoming more extreme?
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