Bleak forecast as wind and rain hit on St Swithin’s Day


ain across much of the UK on Saturday does not bode well for the rest of the summer, according to the folklore of St Swithin’s Day.

Tradition dictates the weather through the second half of July and August is determined by conditions on July 15, the saints day for the ninth-century bishop of Winchester.


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