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Aviation Forecast Performance

+24 and T+30). Reports are available as a PDF file. New reports are available on a monthly basis. TAF Verification Reports - Leeds Bradford Airport and north of Leeds Bradford Airport Verification Report - 9-hour TAFs (North) Verification Report - 24-hour TAFs (North) TAF Verification Reports - South

Storm Ewan

the UK. Ewan was felt more across southern parts of the Republic of Ireland. The storm only had yellow Met Office warnings for wind across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Reports of minor flooding due to wave overtopping and some travel delays at Leeds Bradford airport were seen due

annex-a---aerodrome-warnings-continued-provision-pdf.pdf

Cambridge Campbeltown Cardiff-Wales Carlisle City of Derry Coventry Cranfield Doncaster Sheffield Dundee Durham Tees Valley East Midlands Edinburgh Exeter Farnborough Glasgow Gloucestershire Hawarden Humberside Inverness Islay Kirkwall Lands End Leeds/Bradford Liverpool London City London/Gatwick London

exceptional-warmth-december-2015---met-office.pdf

stations are listed in the table below. Station Date Max temp (degC) Previous maxtemp (degC) Previous date Record length (years) Oxford 18-Dec- 2015 15.9 15.2 02-Dec- 1985 163 Durham 19-Dec- 2015 15.9 15.1 22-Dec- 1991 135 Bradford, West Yorkshire 18-Dec- 2015 15.8 15.3 01-Dec- 1985 108 Buxton, Derbyshire

ham_map.compressed.pdf

360000 .000000 370000 .000000 380000 .000000 390000 .000000 400000 .000000 WYRE DISTRICT CRAVEN DISTRICT . HAMELDON HILL 440000 .000000 RIBBLE VALLEY DISTRICT PENDLE DISTRICT BRADFORD DISTRICT 440000 .000000 LANCASHIRE MET OFFICE PLANNING MAP TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SAFEGUARDED METEOROLOGICAL

heavy-rainfall_flooding---june-2007---met-office.pdf

of stations which recorded their wettest June and have long series lengths. Some places also had their wettest any month on record, including the following long-running stations: Hull, Bradford and Sheffield. June 2007 - station precipitation values Station June 2007 % of 1961-1990 Series length

exceptional-warmth-april-2018---met-office.pdf

2003 135 Bradford, West Yorkshire 24.3 23.9 15 April 1949 109 Rothamsted, Hertfordshire 26.8 26.1 16 April 1949 104 Woburn, Bedfordshire 27.1 26.1 16 April 1949 103 Wisley, Surrey 28.3 27.8 23 April 2011 103 Cranwell, Lincolnshire 26.3 25.3 23 April 2011 102 On 19 April, Kenley Airfield (Greater

heatwave-1-july-2015---met-office.pdf

observational records where temperatures have reached 35 °C or higher in the UK; a count of the number of weather stations on each date since 1959 is shown in the chart below. Durham, Sheffield and Bradford each recorded their warmest July day in over 100 years of records, and a number of other stations

taf_summary_feb2021.pdf

EGNM Leeds Bradford 24 hr North EGNT Newcastle 24 hr North EGPD Aberdeen 24 hr North EGPF Glasgow 24 hr North EGPH Edinburgh 24 hr North EGPK Prestwick 24 hr North EGBB Birmingham 24 hr South EGCN Doncaster Sheffield 24 hr South EGGD Bristol 24 hr South EGGW London Luton 24 hr South EGFF Cardiff 24

hot-spell-august-1990---met-office.pdf

July None 1943 31 July 1943 3 July 1976 31 July 1943 29 July 1983 Bradford West Yorkshire 32.2 3 31.1 12 August 1953 Bolton Greater 27 August 32.1 3 31.7 None Manchester 1930 Sandown Isle of Wight 32.0 4 31.1 16 August None 1947 Tynemouth Northumberland31.9 3 28.1 16 July 1969 None Leuchars Fife 30.8

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