Inclusive of situations where inclement or unseasonable weather delayed the ability to set sail long enough that British ships/fleets were able to foil the plan by direct actions, how many times has this occurred in the history of the UK?

In my casual reading I've come across a few famous instances, so I'm curious to know exactly how many less famous times weather has forestalled invasions (or large-scale fleet battles) that would have otherwise caused some problems for England/Britain/the UK.

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    I think we need some clarification on timespan and what you mean by "England/Britain/the UK". Also what constitutes an invasion, the landing of some troops or the landing of a whole army? – Steve Bird Aug 10 '20 at 18:44
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    What "few famous instances" do you already know? – KillingTime Aug 10 '20 at 19:52
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    Do you want answers regarding invasions the political entity of the UK, or the geographical area of the British Isles? – Acccumulation Aug 10 '20 at 20:25
  • The weather was iffy yesterday, so I called off my solo attempt to invade. – Jon Custer Aug 10 '20 at 22:23