Allsopp, K & Nightingale, B / December 1992 – vol. 85, issue 12, pp 636–647 A mild and changeable March, with little sunshine, was followed by a rather cloudy April, but with temperatures mostly 1°C above average. Northern Britain again had rainfall on or above par, but it was rather dry in eastern England. In contrast, May was sunnier than average everywhere, in some parts the warmest May of the century. Rainfall was variable, caused partly by the localised storms durin... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.