THE weather in Huddersfield during July was wetter, yet very slightly warmer, than usual.
Weather statistics for the town compiled by Huddersfield University's School of Applied Sciences show that the average temperature was 17.84°C (just under 64°F), compared to the average of 17.15°C (62°F).
The middle of the month was the warmest and driest period, with temperatures averaging 22°C (72°F).
The highest temperature recorded in the town during the month was 29.°C (84°F) on Tuesday, July 15.
The coldest day was Tuesday, July 1, when temperatures fell to 14°C (57°F).
The rainfall for the month was 60mm, compared to an average of just under 48mm.
The wettest day was Wednesday, July 30, when 18.6mm of rain fell. Sixteen days were totally dry.
The prevailing wind came from the south-west.