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Tag Archives: Storm Ciara
Multiple drivers create challenges for forecasting weather direction
How times change. This time last year, we were in the early days of a month which went on to become the wettest February for the UK in a series stretching back to 1862. Storms Ciara, Dennis and Jorge, which … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged El Niño-Southern Oscillation, El Nino, ENSO, La Niña, Madden Julian Oscillation, Met Office, North Atlantic Oscillation, Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis, Storm Jorge, sudden stratospheric warming Comments Off on Multiple drivers create challenges for forecasting weather direction