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january-2005---stormy-spells---met-office.pdf

January 2005 '. A Hisscott. Weather, Vol. 62 Royal Meteorological Society, 2007 'The violent gale of 11-12 January 2005 in the north of Scotland'. P.R. Brown. Journal of Meteorology, Vol. 13, pp. 104-106 2005. Last updated: 30 October 2012 © Crown Copyright

hail_thunderstorms-over-east-devon---29_30-october-2008---met-office.pdf

Hail/thunderstorms over east Devon - 29/30 October 2008 Heavy and thundery downpours over east Devon, with flooding and travel disruption... An area of low pressure and associated frontal system over south-west England at 0000 UTC on 30 October 2008 (see chart below), resulted in localised

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like Planning Action “Everyone in Devon the opportunity and confidence to be ‘naturally active’ in order to improve their health and wellbeing” • Decision to focus on communications and targeted initiatives to encourage those not currently accessing the ‘green spaces’ or ‘natural environment’ • Iin

cob_map.compressed.pdf

280000 .000000 290000 .000000 300000 .000000 310000 .000000 320000 .000000 . SEDGEMOOR DISTRICT WEST SOMERSET DISTRICT COBBACOMBE CROSS DEVON 130000 .000000 130000 .000000 MET OFFICE PLANNING MAP TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SAFEGUARDED METEOROLOGICAL SITES) (ENGLAND) ORDER 2014 METEOROLOGICAL

nwr_user_guide_2020.pdf

1 NWR User Guide FitzRoy Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3PB United Kingdom [email protected] www.metoffice.gov.uk 2 Contents Contents ....................................................................................................................................... 2 Getting started

nwr_ug_final.pdf

1 NWR User Guide FitzRoy Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3PB United Kingdom [email protected] www.metoffice.gov.uk 2 Contents Contents ....................................................................................................................................... 2 Getting started

nwr-ug-final.pdf

1 NWR User Guide FitzRoy Road, Exeter, Devon, EX1 3PB United Kingdom [email protected] www.metoffice.gov.uk 2 Contents Contents ....................................................................................................................................... 2 Getting started

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July flooding 2012

below shows the rainfall radar image for the same time as the weather chart on the previous page. The bands of rain correspond with the positions of the weather fronts. East Devon was particularly affected by flooding. June and early July had been particularly wet so the flooding was worsened

exceptionally-wet-weather---november-2012---met-office.pdf

railway was closed near Exeter due to flooding. Flooding, landslips and debris affected roads, with Devon, Somerset and Gloucestershire worst affected. A bank of the Great Western Canal near Tiverton (Devon) collapsed, draining the canal into the surrounding land. On 22 November there were further

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