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Which is the wettest place in the UK?

It's been a bad winter so far for rain ... it just keeps on falling after what was a very wet autumn.

Everyone must feel where they live is the wettest place in the UK which is why so many have FloodSax sandless sandbags, but which city actually holds this dubious title the rainiest city in the UK?

Well, radio experts Blaupunkt looked at both the average annual rainfall in mm and the average number of days of rainfall for each city in the UK and included data going back to 1981 to work out which cities are the wettest.

Here are the top 69 – or bottom - depending which way you look at it – and Manchester comes only 14 even though people often associate it with rain.

Cities on the west of the British Isles and those near the Pennines tend to suffer the most such as Leeds and Bradford. Spare a special thought for the good people of Glasgow where it rains virtually every other day. The driest place on the list is Cambridge where it rains on average just twice a week and must be delighted to come right at the foot of the table … 69 out of 69.

Here is the table in full.

1 Glasgow

2 Lancaster

3= Newry

3= Preston

5= Bradford

5= Leeds

7 Truro

8= Bangor

8= Cardiff

8= St Davids in Wales

11 Belfast

12= Derry

12= Lisburn

14= Manchester

14= Salford

16 Stirling

17 Swansea

18= Carlisle

18= Newport

20 Plymouth

21 Armagh

22 Gloucester

23= Liverpool

23= St Asaph in Wales

25 Aberdeen

26 Stoke-on-Trent

27 Sheffield

28 Bath

29 Perth

30 Inverness

31 Birmingham

32= Bristol

32= Chester

34= Derby

34= Nottingham

34= Salisbury

37= Dundee

37= Exeter

39 Edinburgh

40= Lichfield

40= Wolverhampton

42 Coventry

43= Wells

43= Winchester

45= Brighton & Hove

45= Southampton

45= St Albans

48 Kingston upon Hull

49 Norwich

50 Leicester

51 Chichester

52 Durham

53 Ripon

54 Oxford

55 Hereford

56 York

57 Portsmouth

58 Lincoln

59 Canterbury

60 Worcester

61 Peterborough

62 Wakefield

63= Newcastle upon Tyne

63= Sunderland

65 Chelmsford

66= City of London

66= City of Westminster

68 Ely

69 Cambridge

Homeowners and businesses often don’t realise that councils have no responsibility to provide sandbags if flooding is expected. They must protect themselves and one way to do this is to have FloodSax alternative sandbags which are space-saving to store and easy to deploy. It means you have peace of mind and are ready for action 24/7 to prevent a flood.

Once FloodSax come into contact with water they inflate to weigh 20kg (44lbs) which makes them more effective than traditional sandbags at keeping floodwater out.

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