A bit scruffy but here is an attempt to show all recent movement in one.
Or as PDF (110kB half the size of the above clickable)
Thumb plots for the 17 UK regions, 5 different monthly parameters Tmin, Tmean, Tmax, Sunshine, Rainfall. Any newcomers note these are Z-scores after compensating the data for asymmetry and normal variation throughout a year in an attempt to show true weather noise. We know it rains during the autumn so that is of no interest but deviations are. (see earlier works for a full explanation)
Scotland was slightly cool and damp, Northern Ireland also. England notwithstanding brief warm patch in the south on the 1st the end result was English summer weather. Must be the cricket.
The weather is perfectly able to spike to 3 or so deviations to squawks from various people according to their personal perceptions of what is proper. You live in a variable place, is that a problem?
Post by Tim