The wettest July for over fifty years was the result of the track of the eastward-moving Atlantic depression being persistently farther south than normal, bringing unsettled cool weather. The winds were predominantly southwesterly in the south of Britain and Ireland, with occasional easterlies in the far north as the air circulated around the lows.The 1988 breeding season was the worst ever for ma

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