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Centennial recognition for 'Memories of Weather'

observations every day, the irreplaceable UK climate record would be nowhere near as comprehensive.”   The six observing sites are: Eskdalemuir, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland Rothamsted, Hertfordshire, England Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Armagh, County Armagh, Northern Ireland Morpeth Cockle Park, Northumberland, England Llysdinam, Powys, Wales  

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A brief warm spell before Easter

of England with temperatures of 18-20°C quite widely across England and Wales. After another chilly night in places, Wednesday is expected to be the warmest day of the week with 24°C possible in London and potentially towards Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire. For context, the highest temperature

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in the following map. Stations reporting snow depths of 16 cm or more Snow depth (cm)Station County 29 Mickleham Surrey 23 Alice Holt Lodge Hampshire 21 Guernsey Airport Channel Islands 20 Cupar, Elmwood Agricultural CollegeFife 19 Malham Tarn North Yorkshire 17 Copley Durham 17 High Beach Hertfordshire

Dr Anthony J. Baran

, when in attendance at that university. Honorary visiting Research Fellow at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Hertfordshire, England. Invited contributing author to the 2007 light scattering review textbook entitled "Light Scattering Reviews 2" edited by A. Kokhanovsky.

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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

Clean Air funding awards

development, support and application of local dispersion models (ADMS), and regional model experts from the universities of Birmingham, Edinburgh, Hertfordshire and Lancaster.  This project has been awarded in response to the call for ‘Urban Outdoor Air Quality Modelling’ to provide a high-resolution

Dr Richard Cotton

. Richard's other area of research is to explore the impact of representing ice nucleation on cloud evolution to improve the numerical models used for weather and climate prediction. Richard, in collaboration with scientists from Leeds and Hertfordshire universities, is developing a new state-of-the-art

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2003 135 Bradford, West Yorkshire 24.3 23.9 15 April 1949 109 Rothamsted, Hertfordshire 26.8 26.1 16 April 1949 104 Woburn, Bedfordshire 27.1 26.1 16 April 1949 103 Wisley, Surrey 28.3 27.8 23 April 2011 103 Cranwell, Lincolnshire 26.3 25.3 23 April 2011 102 On 19 April, Kenley Airfield (Greater

Microsoft PowerPoint - Met Office Hadley Centre poster portrait_Leeds2019

, London, UK. Knox, J. W., Hurford, A., Hargreaves, L. & Wall, E. Climate Change Risk Assessment for the Agriculture Sector (Defra, 2012). Knox JW & Wade S (2012) Assessing climate risks to UK agriculture, Nature Climate Change, 2 (6) 378-378. Rosenzweig, C., Jones, J. W., Hatfield, J. L., Ruane, A. C

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