Pretty much the first for a month. See the following link to the wonderful weather station at RBGE "Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh"
Edinburgh's Weather May
Watch the blue filled bars
We got 2cm on 18th May 1/2cm on 20th May and then... pretty much nothing until now! (June's graphic not available until the end of the month, but I can assure you we got nothing)
Even better I'd just about finished weeding so the rain is benefiting the veg not the weeds.
It's been so busy lately (watering, weeding, netting, creosoting (don't ask)) that I have not taken any pictures. All I have to show is the late brassica sowing. 3 cases of very poor germination. Probably my fault for assuming that brassica seed remains viable for years. Interestingly two of the poor performers were treated seed. It seems possible that once the seal has been broken the treatment may be counter productive in successive years. The most flourishing pot is Hungry Gap Kale. Subsequently I have read that this particular brassica HATES being transplanted - so that was a waste. Fortunately there's half a packet of seed left so all is not lost.
I'm big on kale this year - Cavelo Nero, Hungry Gap, Sutherland Kale. Next spring could be interesting!
Next time - lots of pictures!