I have been reading my rain gauge for another whole year, now. (See earlier posts here and here.) It appears that 2021 was a wet year in East Lothian: much wetter than either the climatological mean and also a lot wetter than 2020. This is largely driven by a very soggy January, February, May and October, mitigated by a very dry March and April, and a somewhat dry summer. Fingers crossed that 2022 will feature a return to normal, and not just in rainfall.
Don’t forget that you can always see the current state of the above bar chart here, the current month’s rain here, and the previous month here.
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