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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

Indian summer 2011

above. The impacts Many people went out to enjoy the warm sunshine, bringing a welcome boost to tourism to many areas. It's rare to see so many people on a beach (Brighton shown below) at the start of October. Confused plants burst into flower, when they were not expected to bloom again until


Heatwave continues for parts of UK

, as temperatures overnight remain above 20 Celsius in parts of south east England.” The current hottest night on record for the UK is 23.9 Celsius, reached in Brighton on August 3rd 1990.  The hottest August day on record is 38.5 Celsius, reached in Faversham on August 10th 2003.  The current record


Cross 140.8 Uckfield 126.8 Ringmer, Bishops Lane 123.4 Falmer 107.7 Hove, Shirley Road 106.2 Brighton, Lewes Road 102.9 The end of the month was very wet and stormy over England and Wales with gale damage to buildings and trees, and transport disrupted. The areal rainfall over England and Wales was 188



the term ‘pouring’ is the most widely used word to describe heavy rain nationally, the cities of Cardiff, Brighton and Liverpool were found to favour ‘pissing it down’ (42%, 38% and 35% respectively). Mancunians, meanwhile, were revealed as the most likely to say that rain was ‘lashing it down


. One man was killed a er a landslip and another man reported to be swept away by rough seas in Brighton. Around 100 sheep were swept away by floodwater in west Wales. Rail services were delayed or cancelled across Wales, south-west England and between Preston and Scotland. Weather data Analysis


, Portsmouth, Brighton and the Medway towns. There are large areas of open countryside in the area as well, including the North and South Downs, the Chiltern Hills, Salisbury Plain and the Dorset Downs. Most of the area is below 100 metres above sea level but the hill and downland landscapes include large

UK climate extremes

England 23.9 3 August 1990 Brighton (East Sussex) Wales 22.2 29 July 1948 Swansea, Victoria Park (West Glamorgan) Scotland 20.9 26 July 2019 Achnagart (Highland) Northern Ireland 20.6 31 July 1868 Armagh (County Armagh) Lowest daily maximum temperature records Country Temperature (°C) Date Location


tyranny? Reflection about the potentials and limits of the concept of resilience in relation to vulnerability reduction programmes. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies. 6 IPCC (2014). Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects


Information Bath & North East Somerset Council Bedford Borough Council Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council Blackpool Council Bournemouth Borough Council Bracknell Forest Borough Council Brighton & Hove City Council Bristol City Council Central Bedfordshire Council Cheshire East Council Cheshire West

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