The great British weather throws plenty of downpours at us - but which city has to put up with the most rain?
Well, if you're saving for a rainy day, you'll need a lot of money to live in Glasgow, which has an average 170.3 a year, reports the Manchester Evening News.
According to Met Office climate record data collected by the Trinity Mirror Data Unit, Huddersfield was snapping at its heels in second place, receiving 154.4 days of rain a year, while Preston, Scotland, gets 153.2 wet days a year.
Manchester found itself in at fourth place with a hefty 151.7 days of rain.
Cardiff and Carlisle make up joint fifth rainiest places with 148.6 days of downpours a year.
Hate rain? Head to the Ipswich, which has the least amount of rainy days in the UK, with only 106.9 washouts.
Cambridge isn't far behind with 107.5 days of the wet stuff, and London is also a "dry zone" with just 56cm of rain a year (the least amount in the UK) and only 109.4 rainy days.
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