It's 00:40, and normally the internet is no different to during the day (around 75mbps) but it's raining now, not paticularly heavily but constant and my connection is jittering quite a lot between 48mbps - 60mbps, is it normal for the rain to cause this kind of interference? or is it a sign of a fault somewhere along the line?
It should not make any difference if it is raining. It may be that the water is getting into a connection or cable junction somewhere. Might be worth reporting as a fault before it gets any worse.
I would report it as a telephone line fault, crackling on the line when wet, rather than a broadband fault because they will likely say there is no fault on the line because your speed is within acceptable limits.
rain should not have any afect on your connection, unless water is getting into the cabling somewhere, in which case yes it would definately affect it
Given that there are a growing number of street cabinets that are open to damage/vandalism, maybe not such a wild idea after all.
Compared [as Keith Beddoe once said], to the dry and secure BT exchanges that others rely on.............