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Yorkshire Flooding June 2007

Highest Maximum Temperature - 13 June 25.0 °C at Gravesend, Broadness (Kent) Lowest Minimum Temperature - 14 June -2.5 °C at Kinbrace, Hatchery (Sutherland) Most Rainfall - 14 June 97.7 mm at Harlow Hill Reservoir (North Yorkshire) Most Sunshine - 15 June 16.6 hours at Stornoway Airport (Western Isles

Met Office technical documents

A Lissaman, R Riley, J Sugier, M Kitchen, D Adams, R Cox, N Freeman, K Norman, R O’Boyle, C Sloan, M Smees 2016 Final Report on the WVSS-II Sensors fitted to the FAAM BAe 146  Vance, A.K., Woolley, A., Cotton, R., Turnbull, K., Abel, S., Harlow, C. 2011 Areal Forecasting Science Specifications

heavy-rainfall_flooding---june-2007---met-office.pdf

precipitation (mm) average Harlow Hill Reservoir (North Yorkshire)289.9 497 88 years Hull 256.3 487 137 years (*) Dalton Holme (East Yorkshire) 263.5 485 127 years (*) Sheffield (South Yorkshire) 285.6 463 125 years Bradford (West Yorkshire) 261.4 411 97 years (*) a few years missing Areal values for June 2007

Satellite applications scientists

Harlow Chawn manages the Satellite Radiance Assimilation Group which is responsible for processing the satellite radiance data which is assimilated into the Met Office NWP System. Dr Lee Hawkness-Smith Lee works on the assimilation of radar reflectivity. He works in the Data Assimilation @ Reading

met-office-iso9001-certificate---2020.pdf

Kingdom AAC Middle Wallop Flying Wing, Middle Wallop, SO20 8DY, United Kingdom Albermarle Albermarle Barracks, Harlow Hill, Ouston, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE15 0RF, United Kingdom JOMOC Northwood HQ, Sandy Lane, Northwood, HA6 3HP, United Kingdom Watnall Field Service Engineering Centre Main Road, Watnall

frtr_641_2021p.pdf

, Chawn Harlow, Owen Lewis, Stefano Migliorini, Ruth Taylor and Christopher Thomas. © Crown copyright 2021, Met Office Page 22 of 35 References Bannister, R.N. (2008). A review of forecast-error covariance statistics in atmospheric variational data assimilation. I: characteristics and measurements

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. Acknowledgements I am grateful to Alison Fowler (University of Reading), Nancy Baker (NRL) and my Met Office colleagues, Neill Bowler, Chawn Harlow, Heather Lawrence, Stefano Migliorini and Chiara Piccolo for their helpful comments. I also acknowledge contributions from Peter Weston (now ECMWF

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