2012 wettest year on record?

A storm brewing in the Atlantic could bring up to two inches (50mm) of rain and 80mph winds in some areas of the UK this weekend.

Provisional figures show that 1.8in (46mm) of rain is needed between 27 and 31 December for 2012 to be the wettest year on record for the UK.

A new record has already been set for England, with 43.1in (1,095.8mm) falling between 1 January and Boxing Day, the Met Office said.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/dec/27/2012-wettest-year-record-uk

2013 is definitely the year to invest in a rainwater harvesting system

http://www.myclimatechangegarden.com/blog/rainwater-harvesting

Or if your New Year budget will not stretch to this at least buy a water butt!

http://www.myclimatechangegarden.com/blog/buy-water-butts

 

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