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Tag Archives: freeze
The meteorology behind the ‘Beast from the East’
Update: See how the weather situation for the coming week has developed over the weekend: How the ‘pest from the west’ will beat the ‘Beast from the East’ The ‘Beast from the East’ – not the Grammy nominated live album … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged Altnaharra, Beast from the East, Dokken, England, freeze, ice, Met Office, North Sea, North York Moors, Northern England, Scotland, snow 1 Comment
Cold weather clue in upper atmosphere
During a period of colder than average weather across northern Europe in February this year we issued a blog discussing potential causes – including changes in circulation high up in the atmosphere. We also discussed these disruptions, known as Sudden … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged cold, freeze, Met Office, snow, SSW, sudden stratospheric warming, temperature, weather, Winter 3 Comments
Freezing conditions continue as temperatures fall to -11.8 C last night
The freezing weather continued to grip parts of the UK overnight once again with the lowest temperatures across North Yorkshire and other eastern parts of the UK where cloud breaks persisted through the night. The lowest temperature was -11.8 deg C at … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media, Met Office News Tagged CHURCH FENTON, cold, freeze, frost, ice, Met Office, minimum temperatures, North Yorkshire, snow Comments Off on Freezing conditions continue as temperatures fall to -11.8 C last night
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