In the UKP series, which dates back to 1931, the longest spell with <0.2mm #rain over the UK (estimated from combining all countries in UKP) is 17 days, in October 1985.

Currently, to June 4, there have been 14 consecutive days, and if it's dry to the 8th, it'll be a new record.

— Dan Harris (@RoostWeather) June 6, 2023