...or perhaps you do. An active cold front pushing southwards drawing very cool air for the time of the year from the north as happened during July 1993. It produced quite a temperature plunge. This heralded a period of below average temperatures that lasted right through to December in the south and to the end of the year in the north. Here are forecasts showing how it unfolded.
I notice that the forecast you uploaded for July 2nd 1993 underestimated the temperatures for the Sunday (4th July). which reached 29ºC in some places.
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I remember that day very well. The cold front arrived here at around noon. It was shocking to see the mercury drop to 9c on a July afternoon too.
These August 1993 temperatures were disappointing. Really was cool.