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  1. Name our storms thumb A low pressure system bringing strong winds to southern Britain has been named Storm Imogen
  2. Met Office building thumb Met Office meteorologists provide on-site weather information for the easyJet network
  3. Photo courtesy of NASA, located at Visible Earth (http://visibleearth.nasa.gov/) The latest Met Office decadal forecast predicts global temperatures for the five-year period from 2016 to 2020

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As the UK's official weather service the Met Office works closely with the media to ensure that the country is aware of, and can cope during, times of extreme weather. The Met Office Press Office provides journalists with accurate and reliable weather and climate information and resources for stories on TV and radio, in print, and online.

Welcome to the Press Office, the Met Office's dedicated resource for journalists. The Press Office works closely with the UK's media to provide journalists with accurate and reliable weather and climate information and resources to support the nations enduring fascination with the weather.

Here on the Press Office web pages you can find our latest news releasesnews archive and the official blog of the Met Office press office. Together they provide journalists and bloggers with the latest weather, climate science and business news and information from the Met Office. You'll also find links to top news stories about the Met Office.

We have a section about the Met Office and what we do, including in-depth stories on a range of issues - from the history of the Met Office to how supercomputers make weather and climate forecasting possible, together with links to our social media community, our contact details and useful links to other media organisations.

Who is the Met Office?
Who is the Met Office? What do we do? In this short video, Dave Britton explains who the Met Office is and what kind of products and services we provide not just to the UK but across the globe.

Last updated: 4 December 2015

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