UK Hydrological Summary for April 2015 published

For most of the UK, April 2015 was a largely dry and sunny month, the sunniest on record from 1929 and warmer than average. With much of southern Britain receiving little appreciable rainfall, soil moisture deficits increased markedly above the late April average. River flows and groundwater recessions were mostly sustained through the month although a majority of index catchments and boreholes remained within the normal range.

Further details can be found here.