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  • Extraordinary weather image

    Extraordinary weather

    Compelling collection of images

    18 July 2012

  • Prince Charles presents the weather

    Hot spring, wet spring

    Warmest March on record followed by the wettest April.

    18 July 2012

  • Sailing boats

    Sports science

    Weather impacts on all sorts of sports.

    18 July 2012

  • Something for all seasons

    Something for all seasons

    Looking back over the year, the Met Office has adapted to the changes and risen to the challenges presented by each season, says Chief Executive, John Hirst.

    18 July 2012

  • Transience by Julia Rogers

    Transience by Julia Rogers

    Art inspired by the wind

    28 March 2012

  • Abi Davies (second from left) receives her prize from Professor Jocelyn Bell Burnell, DBE, FRS, FRAS and Professor Brian Cox OBE at the Big Bang 2011.

    Making waves

    Met Office data helps student win prize

    28 March 2012

  • More than just a household name

    More than just a household name

    The Met Office is known and trusted by millions of people across the UK. For over 150 years we have pioneered the science that makes today's advanced weather and climate forecasting possible. But to stay at the front, we know we can't rest on our laurels. That's why the findings of a recent Customer Attitude Survey are helping to shape our services.

    28 March 2012

  • Snowy planes

    Risky business of weather forecasting

    Is it possible to get it right all the time?

    28 March 2012

  • Arwel Griffiths

    Applying expertise

    Putting experience and know-how to good use

    28 March 2012

  • storm wave

    Topsy turvy temperatures

    Back to front seasons

    10 December 2011

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