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Winter 2018/2019 LVP Forecast Verification Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Bristol, Manchester, Heathrow Emma Corrigan NATS Met Office Operations Manager © Crown Copyright 2019, Met Office Met Office NATS LVP Matrix • Issued twice daily • 0400 UTC • 1600 L • Consistent with TAFs

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


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

How to find us in Exeter

minutes and the journey time is between 40 minutes and 1 hour. There are about 12 National Express coaches a day between Heathrow Airport and Exeter bus station. The journey time is 3.5 to 4 hours. From Gatwick Airport Take the train from Gatwick Airport to Reading. This train runs hourly and takes about 75 minutes. From Reading there is a frequent service to Exeter St Davids (journey time about two hours).

Emma Corrigan MSc, NATS Operations manager

the Met Office Chief and Deputy Chief Meteorologists, with the Quality Assurance of weather forecasts. In 2014, she was promoted to senior aviation meteorologist. She worked onsite with the teams at NATS, easyJet and Gatwick Airport, providing weather forecasts tailored to specific operations

Hampstead Storm 14 August 1975

) analysis (mm) for 14 August 1975. Daily weather extremes Highest Maximum Temperature 30.1 °C at Monks Wood (Cambridgeshire) Lowest Minimum Temperature 11.1 °C at East Malling (Kent) and Gatwick (East Sussex) Most Rainfall 170.8 mm at Hampstead (Greater London) Most Sunshine 11.1 hours at Gorleston


The Great Storm of 1987

inland, gusts exceeded 80 knots. The London Weather Centre recorded 82 knots at 2.50 am, and 86 knots was recorded at Gatwick Airport at 4.30 am (the authorities closed the airport). A hurricane or not? TV weather presenter Michael Fish will long be remembered for telling viewers there would


level) / time (UTC) Gatwick 1500 1800 2100 1000ft 290 21 KT +04 280 21 KT +04 270 24 KT +02 3000ft 290 22 KT -02 290 25 KT -02 290 23 KT -02 6000ft 300 26 KT -09 290 22 KT -09 290 25 KT -09 Regional Outlook (Valid 0000-0600 UTC) SIMILAR. Extended Outlook (Valid 0600-0600 UTC) MOD W WINDS CONTINUING


LONDON VOLMET (MAIN) LONDON VOLMET (SOUTH) †LONDON VOLMET (NORTH) SCOTTISH VOLMET 135.375 H24 (continuous) 128.600 H24 (continuous) 126.600 H24 (continuous) 125.725 H24 (continuous) Amsterdam Brussels Dublin Glasgow London Gatwick London Heathrow London Stansted Manchester Paris/Charles de Gaulle


UK Snow 2010

from the pavements in Edinburgh. Gatwick was forced to close for two days. The secretary of State estimated that the cost of the travel disruption to the economy was £280 million per day. Health Sadly by 4 December seven people had died due to the severe weather. Accident and Emergency admissions

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