Why has England had a very bad Summer? Anyone wanna educate me please.

I just got back to the UK and the weather is terrible.....can anyone elaborate why please? I know there are a lot of educated science guys on here so I would like you to explain it in simple terms.

Thanks

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Because it's England. The weather is always terrible there. Why do you think there's a coat company called London Fog..? LOL

We have had a wet,but rather mild spring and summer here so far, stop your belly-acking. I'm in Oregon!

Global warming does not promise a rose garden for everyone! I just wonder when/if nature will take the kid gloves off? We are surround by very large trees, a killer wind storm here could turn our hill into a Mt. Saint Helens look alike..;p(. 

First off, Britain has terribly volatile weather because it sits right on the border between Arctic and Tropical weather cells.  Anyway, I don't know the current meteorological state of England, but it only takes the slightest change in either of those cells to push your weather from one extreme to another.  Mostly likely Yahweh is very angry at you and punishing you for not circumcising your cattle.

Yup, palm trees in Scotland.

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