HUDDERSFIELD endured a soggy 2004.
It ended with a white Christmas - the first for many years - but also saw flooding in many areas.
Weather experts at Huddersfield University recorded a total of 933.1mm (just over 36in) of rain during the year.
The wettest month was August - the height of summer - with 235.2mm (just over 9in) of rainfall, a quarter of the year's total!
August 9 was the wettest day, when 70mm (2¾in) of rain landed on the town.
The driest month was May, with 34mm (1.3in) of rain.
In terms of temperature, 2004 was not a year to remember.
The warmest day was Sunday, August 8, with an average temperature of 24ºC (75ºF). And the maximum temperature for the year of 30.3ºC (86ºF) was recorded on that day.
The coldest day was Wednesday, January 28, with an average temperature of 0.2ºC (33ºF).
But the coldest point of the year was on February 25, when temperatures plummeted to -3.5ºC (26ºF).
Temperatures in December were higher than average and rainfall was below average.
The monthly mean temperature was 6.37ºC (44°F), over a degree higher than the average figure of 4.98ºC (41°F), making it the second warmest December since 1990.
The warmest day of the month was the 22nd, with an average temperature of 11.3ºC (53°F) and the highest maximum temperature of 12.9ºC (55°F) was on the 11th.
The coldest day of the month was Saturday the 25th, with an average temperature of 0.8ºC (32.5°F). The temperature fell below zero on five days of the month.