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Kirkwall Airport (Orkney Islands) Observations

and inclusion Apprentices, graduates and placements Contact us Contact us Contact details Feedback form How to find us Settings Coast and sea Marine observations - Kirkwall Airport Location 58.954, -2.9 Altitude 26 m above mean sea level Wed 10 Aug Sunrise: 04:18 Sunset: 20:14 Thu 11 Aug Sunrise: 04

Sheffield Gale 16 February 1962

people died in Sheffield as a direct result of this gale. A storm surge down the North Sea during the night of the 16th/17th caused much damage to the Germany city of Hamburg, resulting in 315 deaths. Highest gust speeds: Lowther Hill 103 knots (119 mph) Kirkwall, Grimsetter 95 knots (109 mph) Tiree 87

Lerwick (S. Screen) observations map - Met Office

: Lerwick (S. Screen) Error An error has occurred. Customise Weather type Showarrow up play 1x forward Extremes Regional UK More info Orkney & Shetland extremes Parameter Location Value Highest maximum temperature Kirkwall 23.9 °C Lowest maximum temperature Fair Isle 18.0 °C Lowest minimum temperature Fair

Storm Conor

. Gusts were typically between 70 and 80 mph. Storm Conor - Maximum gust speed (mph) Site name Area Max gust (mph) Sella Ness Shetland 94 Fair Isle Shetland 89 Lerwick Shetland 87 Baltasound Shetland 85 South Uist Outer Hebrides 83 Kirkwall Orkney 82 Glen Ogle Perthshire 79 The power cuts and travel disruption that arose from Storm Barbara were hampered further as Conor moved through, leaving many witout power during Christmas Day.

Airfield Climate Statistics

) Jersey Kirkwall Leeds London City Manchester Newcastle Norwich Prestwick Ronaldsway Scatsta Shoreham Southampton Southend Stansted Stornoway Sumburgh Tiree Unst Wick   Aberdeen     Return to Available Airfields Aldergrove     Return to Available Airfields Alderney     Return to Available Airfields

annex-a---aerodrome-warnings-continued-provision-pdf.pdf

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

taf_summary-june-2022.pdf

with a probability of 30% / 40% at least once and for up to half the time Airports used in verification ICAO Name Duration Region EGAC Belfast City 9 hr North EGAE Derry/Londonderry 9 hr North EGNV Durham Teesside 9 hr North EGPA Kirkwall 9 hr North EGPB Sumburgh 9 hr North EGPE Inverness 9 hr North

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Are we in for a record-breaking Bank Holiday weekend?

Sunniest  15.1 hrs Kirkwall (Orkney) 07-May-01     Strathy East (Sutherland) 06-May-02 After the Bank Holiday, the weather begins to change with a small risk of thunderstorms on Tuesday in the south, although staying very warm. Wednesday will see bands of rain or showers pushing eastwards across the UK

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Bank Holiday heat gives way to showers

Blaenau (Gwynedd) 07-May-79 Sunniest  15.1 hrs Kirkwall (Orkney) 07-May-01     Strathy East (Sutherland) 06-May-02 You can find out the current forecast in your area using our forecast pages and by following us on Twitter and Facebook, as well as using our mobile app which is available for iPhone from the App store and for Android from the Google Play store.

Microsoft Word - 2021_03_high_temperatures.docx

snow across high ground – falling to lower levels across northern Scotland. The analysis chart below at 1200UTC 5 April 2021 shows cold fronts sweeping south across the UK. On 5 April lying snow depths included 5cm at Lerwick, Shetland, 7cm at Kirkwall, Orkney, 5cm at Oyne, Aberdeenshire and Loch

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