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the glens and ord-like sea lochs. These mountainous areas include the Great Glen, running from Fort William north-eastwards to Inverness and containing Loch Ness. The region therefore has extensive areas of high ground and includes the highest point in the UK - Ben Nevis (1344 metres), near Fort William


problems. Parts of eastern England were also affected by this storm. Impacts North-east Scotland was worst affected by flooding, particularly the Inverness to Moray area and Kingussie to Aviemore but also around Ullapool. Rail travel was affected, there was flooding and damage to roads and 200 homes were


State of the UK Climate 2017

to a rise of about 16 cm. Table 1; Extremes for 2017 Extremes 09 -09 GMT Date Observation Station Highest daily max temp 21 Jun 34.5 °C Heathrow, Greater London Lowest daily min temp 11 Dec 12 Dec -13.0°C Dalwinnie, Inverness-shire Shawbury, Shropshire Highest daily rain 24 Dec 212.6mm Ennerdale, Cumbria

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

Storm Barbara

Isles were cancelled. Two planes attempting to land at Stornoway airport were unable to land and forced to return to Aberdeen and Inverness. A subsequent warning was also issued for 26 December 2016 with more strongs winds following shortly after named Storm Conor. Storm Barbara - Maximum gust speeds


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 much does it rain in the UK?

Ireland. These areas all have common characteristics, given their high elevations (or even mountainous status) and their northern or western locations in the UK. Area Rainfall (mm) Argyllshire 2274.9 Dunbartonshire 2066.5 Inverness 2034.8 Merionethshire 1914.0 Ross and Cromarty 1858.1 Carnarvonshire

Lowest Temperature 10 January 1982

temperatures in Scotland: Braemar, Aberdeenshire -27.2 °C Lagganlia, Inverness-shire -24.1 °C Balmoral, Aberdeenshire -23.5 °C Lowest temperatures in England: Newport, Shropshire -26.1 °C Shawbury, Shropshire -20.8 °C Maps from the daily weather summary showing the minimum and maximum temperatures for 10th

Braer Storm 10 January 1993

knots (79 knots) Forecast pressure charts from the Meteorological Office global and limited area models. Daily weather extremes Highest Maximum Temperature 13.5 °C at Yeovilton (Somerset) Lowest Minimum Temperature -1.0 °C at Inverness (Highland) and Dalcross (Highland) Most Rainfall 37.2 mm


Storm Doris crosses the UK

, wind and ice. A wind gust of 94 mph was recorded at Capel Curig in Gywnedd, North Wales and a gust of 87 mph at High Bradfield in South Yorkshire.  By 4pm this afternoon Aboyne in Aberdeenshire had seen 3cm of snow and Tulloch Bridge in Inverness-shire 2cm, with reports of larger amounts on higher

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