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Tag Archives: Ryder Cup
Met Office in the Media: 01 October 2010
Many outlets have been reporting on the very wet and windy weather affecting the Ryder Cup, with Paul Kelso from the Daily Telegraph reports on how ‘the Met Office’s dire forecast for the opening day of the match was spot … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged climate change, Met Office, Ryder Cup, weather Comments Off on Met Office in the Media: 01 October 2010
Ryder Cup and Autumn Gales
As the Ryder Cup gets underway in the very wet and windy conditions forecast by our weather experts, our Chief Meteorologist, Ewen McCallum looks at why wind and rain is so common at this time of year. “Autumn is well known … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media, Met Office News Tagged autumn gales, Met Office, Ryder Cup, severe weather, weather Comments Off on Ryder Cup and Autumn Gales
Wet and windy for the Ryder Cup
Our forecasters are predicting a spell of unsettled weather over the coming days, as strong winds and rain sweep across the country. The weather conditions are likely to prove to be a challenge for the golfers at Celtic Manor in … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Celtic Manor Resort, Met Office, Newport, Ryder Cup, Wales, weather Comments Off on Wet and windy for the Ryder Cup