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Microsoft Word - 2019_008_july_rainfall.docx

of residents were evacuated from the centre of Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire due to damage to the spillway of Toddbrook Reservoir, threatening the risk of the dam breaking. Floodwater caused damage to roads and properties, train services were cancelled between Buxton and Manchester and several major

Christmas snow records in the UK

When was the deepest snow on Christmas day? The deepest lying snow on Christmas day was recorded back in 1981 when Kindrogan, Perthshire recorded 47 cm. Snow depth (cm)  England  43cm at Buxton, Derbyshire and Malham Tarn, N. Yorkshire in 1981 and 2009  Northern Ireland  17cm at Hillsborough, Down

June Snowfall 2 June 1975

were between Essex and Kent at Castle Park, Colchester and between Derbyshire and Lancashire at Buxton. Strong to gale force winds, occasionally severe on coasts, occurred in Scotland and Northern Ireland with many places reporting gusts in excess of 40 knots. Highest gust speeds: Benbecula 70 knots

heavy-rainfall-early-september-2008---met-office.pdf

Albemarle, Northumberland 10.0 53.6 48.4 112.0 90 180 Capel Curig, Conwy 22.6 49.6 37.4 109.6 <1 48 Buxton, Derbyshire 14.8 72.2 13.8 100.8 15 99 Carterhouse, Borders 0 35.4 58.1 93.5 45 104 Liscombe, Somerset 32.8 49.2 3.8 85.8 <10 74 Nunraw Abbey, E Lothian 0 62.3 18.5 80.8 <5 111 Emley Moor, W

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

Macclesfield Cheshire 33.1 3 31.8 Harrogate North Yorkshire 33.1 2 30.6 Buxton Derbyshire 32.7 3 30.0 Eastbourne East Sussex 32.6 4 31.6 Durham Observatory Durham 32.5 3 30.6 Skegness Lincolnshire 32.4 3 32.0 Next Date record Date 3 July None 1976 19 August 10 August 36.9 1932 2003 3 July 1976 12

Microsoft Word - 2021_01_storm_christoph.docx

and Buxton, Derbyshire. While lying snow is of course not unusual in mid-winter, it nevertheless contributed to the ongoing weather-related impacts from storm Christoph. Author: Mike Kendon, Met Office National Climate Information Centre Last updated 24/01/2021

Microsoft Word - 2021_03_high_temperatures.docx

Glascarnoch, Highland, while on 11 April there was 4cm at Buxton, Derbyshire and 3cm at Leek, Thorncliffe, Staffordshire. The rain-radar image below at 1200UTC on 6 April 2021 shows wintry showers in a northerly airflow affecting Scotland, Northern Ireland, North Sea and Irish Sea coasts, with a run

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

record-breaking-heat-and-sunshine---july-2006---met-office.pdf

/ 19th 1924 1 33.6 / 3 July 1976 Aberporth, Ceredigion 34.1 / 19th 1942 1 31.8 / 2 August 1995 Valley, Anglesey 33.6 / 19th 1931 1 33.0 / 5 August 2003 Hastings, East Sussex 33.2 / 19th 1931 1 32.3 / 27 June 1976 Auchincruive, Ayrshire 30.7 / 19th 1932 1 30.6 / 29 July 1948 Buxton, Derbyshire 30.1 / 19th

snow-and-low-temperatures-late-march-2013---met-office.pdf

on 25 April 1981 (one month later in the calendar year). Observed depths included 26 cm at Buxton, Derbyshire and 29 cm at Sheffield, with over 30 cm across the high ground of the Pennines. The photograph below provides an indication of snow depths in Sheffield in late April. Snow in Crookes, a suburb of Sheffield, 27 April 1981 (courtesy David Parker, Met Office Hadley Centre) Last updated: 16 June 2016 © Crown Copyright

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