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Tag Archives: Berry Head
Wind and rainfall data 27 December 2013
As forecast, a deep area of low pressure developed over the Atlantic Ocean in the early hours of Friday morning bringing with it a further spell of wet and very windy weather across the UK as it tracked northeastwards, crossing … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Berry Head, Boxing Day, Christmas, Christmas Day, deep low, England, flooding, gales, gales force winds, gusts, heavy rain, London, Met Office, rainfall, South Uist, storms, warnings, what is a white Christmas?, White Christmas, wind Comments Off on Wind and rainfall data 27 December 2013
Wind and rainfall data 23 to 24 December 2013 – Updated 1130
As forecast it was a stormy night across the southern half of the UK. Below you can see the highest gusts of wind and rainfal totals recorded at Met Office observing sites from 6pm 23 December and 7am 24 December. … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Berry Head, Boxing Day, Christmas, Christmas Day, England, flooding, London, Met Office, South Uist, storms, warnings, what is a white Christmas?, White Christmas Comments Off on Wind and rainfall data 23 to 24 December 2013 – Updated 1130