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eastern-scotland_-climate---met-office.pdf

Eastern Scotland: climate This describes the main features of the climate of Eastern Scotland, comprising the Borders, the Lothians, Falkirk, Clackmannanshire, Fife and the former regions of Tayside and Grampian. This region includes the cities of Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. The principal

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Dr Maggie Hendry

background Maggie joined Atmospheric Processes and Parametrizations in January 2010, but prior to this she was a member of the Land Surface group within Earth System Science since joining the Met Office in 2008. Maggie has a PhD in Astronomy from the University of Cambridge and an MPhys in Astrophysics from the University of Edinburgh.    

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Civil Contingencies Advisor Team Head of Civil Contingencies: Will Lang 07747 760959 Senior Advisor (Edinburgh): Ross Melville 07753 880446 Senior Advisor (London): Mark Bevan 07979 662652 Senior Advisor (Exeter): Dave Evans 07920 211289 Scotland Greg Wolverson 07803 438692 Ryan MacFarlane 07892

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Civil Contingencies Advisor Team Head of Civil Contingencies: Will Lang 07747 760959 Senior Advisor (Edinburgh): Ross Melville 07753 880446 Senior Advisor (Exeter): Dave Evans 07920 211289 Senior Advisor (London): Bryony May 07787 105863 Senior Advisor (International): Mark Bevan 07979 662652

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Civil Contingencies Advisor Team Head of Civil Contingencies: Will Lang 07747 760959 Senior Advisor (Edinburgh): Ross Melville 07753 880446 Senior Advisor (Exeter): Dave Evans 07920 211289 Senior Advisor (London): Bryony May 07787 105863 Senior Advisor (International): Mark Bevan 07979 662652

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Dr Peili Wu

/Subarctic Ocean Fluxes (ASOF) programme. Career background Peili joined the Met Office Hadley Centre in 1999. Before that, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Edinburgh working on modelling the Mediterranean. Before that, Peili completed a PhD in atmospheric dynamics and a diploma in physics at Imperial College London.

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" unitaryAuthArea="Scottish Borders"></Location> <Location elevation="57.0" id="3166" latitude="55.928" longitude="-3.343" name="Edinburgh/Gogarbank" region="dg" unitaryAuthArea="Edinburgh"></Location> <Location elevation="10.0" id="3171" latitude="56.377" longitude="-2.862" name="Leuchars" region="ta

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of Scotland (Glasgow across Stirling to Edinburgh) per year for the last 5 years. Information released: The Met Office holds this information and is provided in the table below: Yellow Amber Red Total Aug-Dec 2013 120 6 0 127 2013 (all) 310 17 0 327 2014 239 3 0 242 2015 260 19 2 281 2016 192 15 0 207

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