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Partnerships that save lives

with its partner agencies to keep the public safe and well.    The Fire Service Jeremy Williams from Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service explains how different weather can impact on people's behaviour and how working together with the Met Office helps the service prevent accidents and fires

Longest Tornado Track 21 May 1950

were about average elsewhere. Significant weather event Violent thunderstorms developed widely across southern England during the afternoon as warm humid air pushed up from France. Three tornadoes were observed with one leaving a trail of damage stretching 65 miles from Wendover (Buckinghamshire

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July flooding 2012

affected by the flooding. At Silverstone on the Northamptonshire/ Buckinghamshire border, thousands of Formula 1 fans were turned away from the qualifying session on 7 July due to waterlogged car parks. In the Scottish Borders the A1 was affected by flooding and there were land slips at Lyme Regis

Microsoft Word - 2019_005_storm_hannah.docx

, for example 74 Kt (85 mph) at Amersham, Buckinghamshire and 72 Kt (83 mph) at Lyneham, Wiltshire. The map below shows maximum gust speeds across the UK on 11 April 1989. Gusts of 70 to 80 Kt were recorded on the coast of west Wales and the far south-west, with 84 Kt (97 mph) at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. Last updated 03/05/2019

snow-and-low-temperatures---28-30-october-2008---met-office.pdf

& Central S England, with High Wycombe (Buckinghamshire) recording 3 cm and Odiham recording 1 cm. The last previous October date with snow lying at 0900 UTC over this climate district was 29th October 1922. The tables below show stations with long records which have set new record low 24 hour maximum

Microsoft Word - 2020_09_storm_alex.docx

Winchcombe, Gloucestershire 118.6 158 Oxford 108.8 156 Reading University, Berkshire 97.4 136 High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 108.2 133 Rothamsted, Hertfordshire 106 131 London St James's Park 88.2 127 High Beach, Essex 86.6 118 Aboyne, Aberdeenshire 107.8 116 Guernsey Airport 107 113 Wisley, Surrey

eastern-england_-climate---met-office.pdf

the longest track tornado and the largest outbreak of tornadoes in the UK occurred in Eastern England. On 21 May 1950, a tornado which touched-down at Little London (Buckinghamshire) tracked 107 km to Coveney (Cambridgeshire). From there it travelled another 53 km to Shipdham (Norfolk) before

england-gritting-information.pdf

Buckinghamshire County Council Cambridgeshire County Council Cumbria County Council Derbyshire County Council Devon County Council Map showing location of gritting vehicles Precautionary salting routes Detailed gritting routes Map showing location of gritting vehicles RSS feed for gritting updates

factsheet_9_weather-extremes.pdf

(Norfolk) 4 May 1941 11 May 1941 1 June 1962 3 June 1962 July –1.7 °C Kielder Castle (Northumberland) 17 July 1965 August –2.0 °C September –5.6 °C Moor House (Cumbria) Kielder Castle (Northumberland) Santon Downham (Norfolk) Grendon Underwood (Buckinghamshire) 28 August 1977 14 August 1994 30 September

UK climate extremes

Kielder Castle (Northumberland) August -2.0 14 August 1994 Kielder Castle (Northumberland) September -5.6 30 September 1969 Santon Downham (Norfolk) September -5.6 30 September 1969 Grendon Underwood (Buckinghamshire) October -10.6 17 October 1993 Wark (Northumberland) November -16.1 30 November 1912

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