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Future weather extremes likely to break new records

2020 2050 2100 London 35 C 36 C 37 C 39 C Cardiff 33 C 34 C 35 C 37 C Edinburgh 29 C 30 C 31 C 33 C Belfast 27 C 28 C 29 C 31 C One-day rainfall Table 2:  The table shows the most likely one-day rainfall total in winter (Dec Jan Feb) for a one-in-fifty-year event to the nearest mm for the medium

Dr Gareth S Jones

Hadley Centre he earned his PhD in general relativity data analysis at Cardiff University and was a post-doc at Cardiff and briefly at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potsdam. Gareth obtained his Physics degree at Birmingham University.

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Met Office to host Europe's largest Arm supercomputer

The funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)  will create the largest Arm-based supercomputer in Europe. The powerful new £6.5m facility, to be hosted by the Met Office in Exeter and utilised by the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter, the GW4

Airfield Climate Statistics

) Alderney Benbecula Biggin Hill Birmingham Blackpool Bournemouth Bristol Cambridge Cardiff Carlisle Coventry Cranfield Durham Tees Valley Edinburgh Eglinton (City of Derry) East Midlands Exeter Farnborough Gatwick Glasgow Gloucester Guernsey Heathrow Humberside Inverness Isles of Scilly (St Mary's

Rose Webster

, surface transport and product pricing. Prior to this, completed a BSc (Hons) degree in Physics, graduating from Cardiff University in July 2017. In March 2018, she was promoted to Foundation scientist in Business Group.

David Ford

for the error covariance matrices for the physical data assimilation scheme used within NEMO. Career background David joined the Met Office in 2008 as part of the Marine Data Assimilation team, before moving to the Applied Ocean Modelling Research team in 2009. Before this he completed a BSc in Mathematics and Physics at Cardiff University.  

UK sea level projections to 2300

for London and Cardiff, and 0.0-1.7 m for Edinburgh and Belfast. Under a high emissions scenario, this increases to 1.4-4.3 m for London and Cardiff, and 0.7-3.6 m for Edinburgh and Belfast. The new research provided similar projections for tide gauge locations around the UK coastline and combined

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

Dr Steve Rumbold

aerosol optical properties. At Reading, Steve also completed a PhD on stratospheric temperature trends and the effect of the 11-year solar cycle. In 2003 Steve obtained a 1st Class MPhys degree in Astrophysics from Cardiff University.

UKCP18_marine_info

cm 40 cm 11cm 20 cm 20 cm 8cm 20 cm 20 cm BELFAST 0 cm CARDIFF 0 cm EDINBURGH 0 cm LONDON 0 cm *RCP2.6 and RCP8.5 are the low and high emission scenarios used, as in IPCC AR5. The range is very likely (5th-95th percentile). Sea level change (m) 5 4 3 2 1 High emission scenario Low emission scenario

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