Trying to predict the weather pattern of anywhere in the United Kingdom can be like trying to predict the roll of a dice. This is especially true of the highest market town in England. Being a thousand feet (300m) above sea level, Buxton seems to have its own microclimate. Notoriously unpredictable, an inch of snow once stopped a match between Derbyshire and Lancashire on Buxton Cricket Ground in June 1975. A guide to Buxton weather probably could be summarised in one sentence: Expect the unexpected!
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