Monthly Archives: June 2019

Preparing for when the sun wakes up

Written by Mark Gibbs, Head of Met Office Space Weather Operations Centre and Dr Mario Bisi, Space Weather Scientist, STFC RAL Space Experts from across the globe are in the UK this week discussing plans for a new European space … Continue reading

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Permanent Secretaries visit Met Office HQ

As part of their visit to the South West for Civil Service Live events this week, Met Office Chief Executive Penny Endersby was delighted to host Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service Sir Mark Sedwill to our Exeter … Continue reading

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A cool and wet June so far after a warm start 

June 2019 got off to a false start – despite a warm first few days, the rest of the month so far has been much cooler and rather wet. The UK has been stuck under an area of low pressure … Continue reading

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Science Camp in full swing for 2019

Met Office Science Camps have returned for their seventh year, with two camps having taken place earlier this year and two more to go. Our Science Camps are a popular part of the Met Office STEM Outreach programme, giving 11-13 … Continue reading

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Unremarkable month brings Spring to a close

A very average month of May has brought Spring 2019 to a close, with temperatures, sunshine and rainfall all close to the long-term averages for the UK. There have been regional differences though, with a clear split between north and … Continue reading

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