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The climate in the U.K. is largely varied depending on your location. Northern Ireland, Wales and western parts of England and Scotland, being closest to the Atlantic, are generally the mildest, wettest and windiest regions of the UK and generally don’t experience too much fluctuation in temperature. During the summer there can sometimes be very pronounced difference in temperature between the far north/north-west of Scotland (including the Islands) and south-east of England – usually around 10-15°C but can be as much as 20°C or more. An example of this could be that in the height of summer the northern isles could be sitting at around 15°C and areas around London could be enjoying the heat at 30°C.