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Storm Dennis 15 to 16 February 2020

at Dyce (Aberdeenshire) and Dunbar (East Lothian) National Meteorological Library and Archive Met Office FitzRoy Road Exeter Devon EX1 3PB United Kingdom Tel: 0370 900 0100 Fax: 0370 900 5050 Email: [email protected] Met Office Digital Library and Archive https://digital.nmla.metoffice.gov.uk/archive ©Crown copyright Met Office and the Met Office logo are registered trademarks

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of north-east England and eastern Scotland on 21 January, with strong winds leading to blizzard conditions at times over high ground. The map below shows snow depths at 0900UTC on 21 January 2021. Depths included 11cm at Dunbar, East Lothian, 8cm at Baintown, Fife and 5cm at Copley, County Durham

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develops products to support data delivery and our operational systems. Dr Tyrone Dunbar Tyrone is a manager in the International Climate Services team, which carries out research and development activities to turn the Met Office's world-leading climate science into useful services for people around

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of sediment transport value: A case study of the Yellow River Basin, China. Science of The Total Environment, 722, 137801. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.137801. Development Research Centre of the Ministry of Water Resources. (2018) Key issues in China’s water rights trading market and recommendations for policy making. pp. 11 (in Chinese) By Stacey New and Hui Jia, with thanks to Jennifer Weeks, Rosie Oakes, Tyrone Dunbar and Nicola Golding

NCIC Monthly Summary

and light rain or scattered showers. A ridge of high pressure brought a mostly dry cloudy day on the 14th but a band of rain spread into Argyll & Bute and the Firth of Clyde. It was mostly grey and drizzly on the 15th, 16th and 17th, and rather warm by night with Dunbar (East Lothian) not falling below 17.0

NCIC Monthly Summary

into Argyll & Bute and the Firth of Clyde. It was mostly grey and drizzly on the 15th, 16th and 17th, and rather warm by night with Dunbar (East Lothian) not falling below 17.0 °C on the night of the 16th/17th. The cloud and rain and drizzle cleared northern areas during the 17th, leaving brighter

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generally sunny, and very warm away from the west coast with overnight temperatures not falling below 14.1 °C at Kinlochewe (Ross & Cromarty) and a maximum of 21.3 °C at Dunbar (East Lothian). The 20th was mainly cloudy in the north-west with scattered showers, drier and brighter further south and east

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but most other parts of the country had well over twice the normal rainfall amount. Sunshine was 104% of average, being generally below average in the west, but well above normal in Aberdeenshire. 1st to 7th The 1st started off cloudy, windy and mild with an overnight minimum of 8.7 °C at Dunbar

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the Central Belt, and this persisted over the south on the 20th, turning to snow in places and spreading into eastern parts. The 21st was a very wet day in the north-east; rain, sleet or snow cleared other places followed by brighter weather with showers. The period 22nd to 24th had sunshine – Dunbar (East

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