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Camborne observations map - Met Office

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160000 .000000 170000 .000000 . CAMBORNE CORNWALL MET OFFICE PLANNING MAP TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SAFEGUARDED METEOROLOGICAL SITES) (ENGLAND) ORDER 2014 METEOROLOGICAL CAMBORNE), TECHNICAL SITES DIRECTION 1. The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills hereby certifies this map

Christmas snow records in the UK

of sunshine recorded on Christmas day is 7.5 hours, recorded in Penzance, Cornwall and Aberporth, Dyfed in 1944, Faversham, Kent in 1979 and Camborne, Cornwall in 2010. Sunshine hours Country Sunniest Christmas Day  England  7.5hrs at Penzance, Cornwall in 1944 and Faversham, Kent in 1979 and Camborne

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Dry January

% below average), Wales (36.1 hours 26% below average) and the far South West (42.5 hours 21% below average) were dull. Camborne, Cornwall had its dullest January on record (dating back 58 years) with just 28 hours, while the sunniest place was Morpeth, Northumberland with 86 hours (48% above the expected average).

Braer Storm 10 January 1993

across Northern Ireland and Scotland bringing down power cables in the Lothian Region. Highest wind speeds below. OWS Cumulus 105 knots (121 mph) North Rona 105 knots (121 mph) Sumburgh 83 knots (96 mph) Lerwick 74 knots (85 mph) Camborne 71 knots (82 mph) Stornoway Airport 69 knots (79 mph) Tiree 69

Burns Day Storm 25 January 1990

Head 93 knots (107 mph) Culdrose 89 knots (103 mph) Herstmonceux 85 knots (98 mph) Vertical cross-section at 1200UTC on 25 January 1990 of the wind speed (knots) approximately along a line between Valentia (V), Camborne (C), Crawley (CR), Shoeburyness (S) and Hemsby (H). Daily weather extremes Highest

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met-office-iso14001-certificate---2020.pdf

:2015 Meteorological-based research, gathering observational data Camborne Kehelland, Camborne, TR14 0BZ, United Kingdom ISO 14001:2015 Meteorological-based research, gathering observational data Crawley Field Service Engineering Centre Pease Pottage, Crawley, RH11 9AP, United Kingdom ISO 14001:2015

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