Weather forecast - Tuesday 30 September 2014
Feels Like: 16°C
Feels Like: 20°C
Feels Like: 17°C
Feels Like: 17°C
wind gusts 26.4 mph
The weather will be cloudy during the day and the sun will have trouble breaking through.
14°C / 19°C
10°C / 18°C
11°C / 19°C
12°C / 14°C
7°C / 15°C
11°C / 14°C
8°C / 14°C
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Taunton is the county town of Somerset. The region of Taunton experiences more rain than anywhere else in the British Isles. Temperatures are a bit cooler too and the annual average is around 10°C. July and August are the warmest months of the year and temperatures rarely drop below zero in winter. Taunton is the largest town of the county of Somerset.
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The county town of Somerset in South West England, Taunton has a population of 61,400. The town has a long religious and military history, dating back over 1,000 years. It was the site of a Bronze and Iron Age settlement and Roman farm. Today, it is undergoing a regeneration project and plays an essential role in economy and commerce. The town is home to the Taunton Flower Show each year. The tower of St James Church is an important landmark. The town has a temperate climate that is wetter and milder than the rest of the country. The annual mean temperature is 10°C. In summer, the average high temperature is about 20°C. In winter, the lowest temperatures are around 2°C. Average annual rainfall is 700mm, and the town receives snowfall about 8 to 15 days a year.