This was the warmest August in recent years. ... BBC Weather's Simon King explains the current thoughts on August weather trends across the UK. Weather Gallery. August 2020 also saw five nights during which, somewhere in the UK, the night-time temperature remained above 20C, making them ‘tropical nights’. Four of these five tropical nights were consecutive, breaking records at many monitoring stations. The average temperature in August 2020 reached more than 17 degrees Celsius in the UK. Storm Jorge was also named on February 27, 2020. You can read the latest monthly outlook here. August 25, 2020 The Met Office said a deep area of low pressure was crossing the UK, bringing gusts of up to 70mph in exposed western locations and also heavy rain for many. November began mild, wet and windy, but it briefly turned colder and more settled around the 4th-7th with a ridge of high pressure. UK last month November 2020. Your Weather Pictures from across the UK - August 2020. As such they are a valid prediction of what to expect for the weather in London in August 2020. Storm Dennis also brought heavy winds to the UK, and was named on February 11, 2020, with impact on the UK and Ireland recorded as February 15 to 16. Weather. Southerly and south-westerly winds blew frequently from the 7th to 18th, bringing mild weather with wet and windy spells. Therefore the hottest temperature actually reliably recorded in 2020, again in Death Valley in California, was on the 16 August when a temperature of 54.4C was recorded. The data used in these monthly averages covers a period of over 100 years right up until last year. 08 August, 2020 TWC India ... the Met Office warned that climate change driven by industrial society is having an increasing impact on the UK's weather. 29th July 2020 Last updated at 13:15. August 2020 has been a devastating month across large swaths of the United States: As powerful Hurricane Laura barreled into the U.S. Gulf Coast on August 27, fires continued to blaze in California. Tuesday, 25th August 2020, 3:43 pm The UK has already seen a few storm names ticked off of the Met Office’s official list so far this year (Photo: Shutterstock)