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Tag Archives: speed
Max UK wind speeds – 10 December 2014
UPDATED AT 11:30AM ON 10th DECEMBER 2014 Parts of the UK are being affected by strong winds today – particularly the north-western coast of Scotland. Winds are generally much lighter in south-eastern parts, although still gusty – particularly around coasts. … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged bomb, december, explosive, Met Office, speed, Storm, UK, weather, wind Comments Off on Max UK wind speeds – 10 December 2014
How did the ‘Great Storm’ of 1987 develop?
From the trail of devastation left by the ‘Great Storm’ of 1987, it’s clear that it was an unusual event. Analysis of the storm suggests there had been nothing like it since 1703 and that it was an event so rare … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media, Met Office News Tagged 1987, England, English Channel, great storm, gust, impact, low pressure, south west, southern, speed, sting jet, wind Comments Off on How did the ‘Great Storm’ of 1987 develop?