You asked: Where in the UK has the highest annual rainfall?

Where has the most rain in the UK?

Cardiff, the capital of Wales, has won the top spot for being the wettest city in the UK, with an average monthly rainfall of 96mm, and the average number of wet days per month standing at 12.4. Cardiff’s high ranking total equates to more than one quarter of Wales’ city’s year being shrouded in rain.

What is the rainiest city in UK?

Well, it’s official – Derry is the wettest place anywhere in Britain and the north, although another Irish town has taken the title of Europe’s wettest place. A new study has found Derry literally stormed its way to the top of the charts with an average of 147 rainy days per yer year.

Is Manchester wetter than Leeds?

Which are the rainiest cities in the UK? … Cardiff is Britain’s wettest city with 1,152mm falling on it each year. Manchester comes in at 15 behind Belfast and, surprisingly, Leeds. London is one of the driest at number 63 with a mere 557mm of rain.

Which county in England has the most rain?

Argyllshire tops the list with a soaking 2,274mm of rain each year and western areas in Scotland hold most of the top 10 spots with the exception of Merionethshire in Wales in at number 4 and Caernarvonshire at 6. The highest listed English place is the north west county of Westmorland in at 9.

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