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Tag Archives: damage
UK’s exceptional weather in context
As the UK’s run of exceptionally wet and stormy weather continues, the Met Office’s National Climate Information Centre has looked at how the last two months compare in the historical records. Here’s some facts and figures for the weather we’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged 2014, damage, december, flood, january, Met Office, rain, record, Storm, UK, weather, wind 9 Comments
How powerful was Monday’s storm?
The storm that swept across southern parts of the UK caused widespread disruption and included a gust of almost 100mph, but how does it compare to previous storms? It’s not just the numbers In terms of the severity of the … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged damage, Met Office, records, st jude, st jude's, Storm, UK Comments Off on How powerful was Monday’s storm?