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Bournemouth Airport (Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole) Observations

and inclusion Apprentices, graduates and placements Contact us Contact us Contact details Feedback form How to find us Settings Coast and sea Marine observations - Bournemouth Airport Location 50.779, -1.835 Altitude 10 m above mean sea level Mon 26 Sep Sunrise: 05:59 Sunset: 17:57 Tue 27 Sep Sunrise

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FAQs – Covid-19 Temporary Changes to UK aviation forecast products ANNEX A – Aerodrome warnings Continued provision will apply to the following aerodromes: Airports Aberdeen Airport Belfast City Belfast International Benbecula Biggin Hill Birmingham Blackpool Bournemouth Int Bristol Caernarfon


(1998) 1996 Dishforth (N Yorks) 142.5 106.4 (1993) 1992 Brize Norton (Oxon) 145.6 108.0 (1998) 1968 Odiham (Hants) 158.1 102.2 (1963) 1963 Bournemouth 150.6 101.7 (1966) 1951 Cardiff 151.0 144.0 (1920) 1904 Bristol 153.1 113.5 (1961) 1937 Bracknell (Berks) 160.8 106.0 (1983) 1963 Southampton 173.4

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the south coast at Poole, Bournemouth and Brighton causing gridlock on roads; trains were also very crowded. Weather data The analysis chart at 1200 UTC 31 July 2020 shows a deep area of low pressure to the west drawing a flow of hot air from the continent across southern and central parts of the UK

Shaping the next generation of mobile communications

on Bournemouth, with Ordnance Survey building a ‘digital twin’ of the area to a 10 cm granularity. The Met Office team was led by Dave Jones, Head of Observations Research and Development. “The project just happened to be looking at the frequency band that I studied for my PhD, so it was very


Heatwave continues with temperatures into the mid 30s Celsius

at Faversham on 10 August 2003.  The dry spell has been most prolonged in East Anglia and Southeast England. Most especially much of East Anglia and Cambridgeshire, extending through Essex into London and also around Bournemouth and Southampton.  Parts of the Midlands have also been very dry. The last day


EGPM Scatsta 9 hr North EGPO Stornoway 9 hr North EGHH Bournemouth 9 hr South EGHI Southampton 9 hr South EGHQ Newquay 9 hr South EGLC London City 9 hr South EGMC Southend 9 hr South EGNJ Humberside 9 hr South EGSH Norwick 9 hr South EGTE Exeter 9 hr South EGAA Belfast International 24 hr North EGNM


Highest gust,1973-2009 [Mean hourly wind of 35kn, 13 January 1993] Hurn, Dorset Bournemouth 72 46 Highest mean hourly wind, 1981-2009 # Dates show the period of digitised record available. Additional information McCallum, E., 1990: The Burns' Day Storm, 25 January 1990. Weather, 45. Last updated: 15 April 2016 © Crown Copyright


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Bournemouth, Dorset) – averaging 8.8 hours of sunshine per day 2= Morcambe (Morcambe Bay, Lancashire) – averaging 8.8 hours of sunshine per day 4. London – averaging 8 hours of sunshine per day (based on Heathrow observation station) 5= Webourne (Norfolk) – averaging 7.9 hours of sunshine per day 5

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