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Hereford observations map - Met Office

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Hereford weather forecast map - Met Office

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easter-1998-floods---met-office.pdf

April - 0900 9 0900 9 April - 0900 10 April (mm) April (mm) Return period (yrs) Hampton Park Hereford and Waterworks Worcester 25.1 72.0 70 Staplow Hereford and Worcester 32.6 69.6 70 Stanground Cambridgeshire 4.7 73.8 65 Ledbury Hereford and Worcester 18.2 69.9 60 Pulham St Mary Norfolk 0.4 69.1 60

october-2001-rain---met-office.pdf

rainfall, and also the highest hourly total reported by each of the 3 stations. Rainfall Station Duration of rainfall Rainfall Amount (mm)Return Period (years) Hereford, Credenhill 4 hours - 23Z (19th) to 03Z (20th)50.2 67 Hereford, Credenhill 1 hour - 00Z (20th) to 01Z (20th) 26.2 40 Bristol, Filton 4

Ridge Hill tower

Ridge Hill tower is located near Hereford, England.

The Ridge Hill tower (RGL) began measuring trace gases (CO2, CH4, N2O and SF6) in March 2012. This site is located at 51.9975o N 2.5400o W, 204 m above sea level, and is 12 miles south of Hereford near the English-Welsh border. The site is registered by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO

Storm Dennis 15 to 16 February 2020

Wales, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire were worst affected by flooding and major incidents were declared. The River Wye and River Severn reached their highest-ever levels and in several towns including Hereford and Pontyprydd areas were inundated. The Environment Agency issued over 600

2020_03_storm_dennis.pdf

worst affected by flooding and major incidents declared. The River Wye and River Severn which were reported to have reached their highest-ever levels. Areas of several towns including Hereford and Pontyprydd were inundated. The Environment Agency issued over 600 flood warnings and alerts including

uk_monthly_climate_summary_202003.pdf

, and on the night of the 17th/18th, Hereford (Hereford & Worcester) fell no lower than 10.4 °C. The rain slowly eased and cleared away south-eastwards on the 19th and 20th, leaving sunshine for most central, northern and western areas and just isolated showers, mainly near coasts, and slight frost at night

Microsoft Word - Jan2021_fulldocument_v1.docx

were as follows: A maximum temperature of 14.2 °C was recorded at Pershore College (Hereford & Worcester) on the 28th. Minimum temperatures of -13.0 °C were recorded at Dawyck Botanic Garden (Peeblesshire) on the 9th and at Braemar (Aberdeenshire) on the 31st. In the 24 hours ending at 0900 GMT

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