You asked: What is the wettest county in UK?

Which region of the UK is the wettest?

Seathwaite is the wettest inhabited place in the United Kingdom and receives around 3,552 millimetres (140 in) of rain per year.

Which is driest county in UK?

In the south, south-east and East Anglia is rains less than 700 mm per year. With an annual rainfall of around 600 mm, Essex, Cambridgeshire, parts of North Yorkshire, the East Riding of Yorkshire, Suffolk and Norfolk, belong to the driest areas of the UK.

What county has the most rain?

COLOMBIA. Colombia has the highest rate of precipitation which is estimated to be 3240 millimeters per year.

Where is the nicest place to live in the UK?

In London, Teddington, nestled in the Royal Borough of Richmond, was deemed to be the best place to live in the capital, while Altrincham retained its place at the top of the North West section after being named overall winner in 2020.

Which part of the UK has the most rainfall?

Western and Mid Wales – particularly the mountainous Snowdonia region in the north. Southwest England – mainly the higher elevation areas of Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor.

Where gets the most rain?

Area Rainfall (mm)
Argyllshire 2274.9
Dunbartonshire 2066.5
Inverness 2034.8
Merionethshire 1914.0
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Does the UK have the worst weather in the world?

The British Isles do not experience extreme weather regularly. There have been several occasions where extreme weather events have occurred. In the winter of 1982, for a few days parts of central and southern England experienced temperatures lower than central Europe and Moscow.