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also been beneficial. SJ provided some feedback on behalf of TG on Storm Callum, although a full debrief has yet to be completed it was felt that the notice and timing received was useful in particular for Carmarthen. There was a question about the level of impacts experienced around the medium

NCIC Monthly Summary

River in Tayside in the first week of May. On the 4th, strong winds in the south-west resulted in the closure of Torquay’s seafront and a few roads were blocked by fallen trees. Scattered showers and thunderstorms broke out on the 9th, and there was some localised flooding, particularly in Carmarthen

NCIC Monthly Summary

, clouding over into the afternoon with showers merging into longer spells of rain. The 18th was wet, the rain turning particularly heavy around midday and persisting through the afternoon, with 71.8 mm at Llyn-y-Fan Blaenau (Carmarthen). It was also very mild, with a minimum of 10.4 °C at Milford Haven

factsheet_15-weather-radar-2020_temp.pdf

-Gorllwyn 232190 234085 51°58’47”N 004°26’41”W Near Capel Iwan, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire Hill of Dudwick 397925 837835 57°25’51”N 002°02’10”W Near Ellon, Aberdeenshire Druim a’Starraig 154395 932345 58°12’40”N 006°10’59”W Near Stornoway, Isle of Lewis Cobbacombe Cross 298080 119230 50°57’48”N 003

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