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Tag Archives: public weather forecasts
How will the summer end: ‘bang’ or ‘whimper’?
The summer 2022 has been remarkable on many fronts, says Paul Davies Met Office Fellow (Meteorology). We exceeded the 40°C threshold for the first time ever, and for England the January-July period has had 69% of average rainfall making it … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged climate science, Met Office, public weather forecasts, severe weather, UK, weather Comments Off on How will the summer end: ‘bang’ or ‘whimper’?
Met Office celebrates 150 years of forecasting for the Nation
Monday 1st of August 2011 is a very special day for the Met Office. We will be celebrating 150 years of forecasting for the nation, marking the anniversary of the first ever public weather forecast appearing in print. Starting with the lines “general … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office Diary Tagged 150 years of forecasting for the nation, Met Office, Normandy landings, public weather forecasts, Robert FitzRoy, Times, weather forecast Comments Off on Met Office celebrates 150 years of forecasting for the Nation
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