Yeovil is situated in Somerset and is known to date back to at least Roman times. Remains which have been found in the local area include a historic Roman road. Throughout the years, Yeovil has been an important part of the defence industry. One of the more popular places to visit in Yeovil is the Museum of South Somerset. There are also two theatres in Yeovil. The Abbey Farm House, which dates back to 1420, is another popular tourist attraction in the Yeovil area. Visitors will discover a variety of shops, cafes and hotels to enjoy while they are touring the local Yeovil area.
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Yeovil is a town located in the southern part of Somerset. Yeovil has a population of about forty one thousand eight hundred and seventy one. The town is located within the nearby district of South Somerset and the Parliamentary Constituency of Yeovil.
The town of Yeovil is located on the southern boundary of the county of Somerset and it is also close to the border with Dorset. Yeovil is about one hundred and thirty miles from London, forty miles from the south of Bristol and also thirty miles from Taunton.
Yeovil has a climate that is wetter and milder than the rest of the United Kingdom. The average annual temperature is ten degrees centigrade. January is the coldest month for the town of Yeovil and the average temperature is about one degree centigrade. The warmest months are July and August and the average temperature is about twenty-one degrees centigrade. Cloud usually forms inland especially close to the hills, which reduces the amount of hours of sunshine. The town has an average of one thousand six hundred hours of sunshine.
The rainfall in this area tends to be associated with the depressions within the Atlantic or with the convection. The depressions within the Atlantic tend to much more vigorous in autumn and winter months and most of the rainfall during these seasons is in the south west of the region. The average rainfall is around thirty-one inches and the area typically sees between eight and fifteen days per year of snow. The months between November and March typically see the highest wind speeds and the months between June and August tends to have the lightest winds. The most common direction for the wind is south-western.
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