I still have a weather station in Penrith but don't collect data as such as I am rarely at home, since retirement I have spent most of my time in South East Spain as we have a house there and will soon be selling the one in the UK to become a full time Spanish resident.
I couldn't stick the UK anymore, since Brexit its become a depressing place with a climate to match, I spent January in Penrith and it seemed like everyone was either on strike or not working at all, prices are through the roof and you need a second mortgage to put the heating on. It's not perfect in Spain but the climate is wonderful, I can go out for a meal for less than a tenner, buy a decent bottle of Red wine for £3 and drive 3 hours to the Sierra Nevada mountains for guaranteed sunny snow.
I was lucky to be back in Penrith for the surprise snowfall on January 16th, 7cms followed by hard frosts and sunshine, as Retron says it was a 'fluke' and I suspect it was a goodbye snowfall as I won't be in the UK at all next winter.
Another moan is that the MetO closed the long running weather station near Penrith after 120 years of high quality records, they couldn't be arsed to negotiate a lease of the land from the new owner, no doubt too busy on some Woke climate change initiative to be bothered, so a great climate record is lost for ever.
Back in Spain now and under light easterly winds the weather is sunny but cold, 16c during the day and 3c at night, however, the sun is strong enough to allow lunch to be taken outside, meanwhile back in Penrith its anticyclonic gloom and nightime temperatures that are higher than here!
Britain, the land of Brexit and Bartletts..........
Altitude 435 feet
"I survived The Mega Bartlett Winter of 2015/16 With My Mental Health Just About Intact"