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Climate zones

A simple classification of climate zones based on the Köppen system.

Disc Log 185

of Scotland (Glasgow across Stirling to Edinburgh) per year for the last 5 years. Information released: The Met Office holds this information and is provided in the table below: Yellow Amber Red Total Aug-Dec 2013 120 6 0 127 2013 (all) 310 17 0 327 2014 239 3 0 242 2015 260 19 2 281 2016 192 15 0 207

Mountain weather

South Grampian and Southeast Highlands

miles from the Firth of Tay to Stirling. There are many peaks over 600 metres offering splendid views across central Scotland and to the north, with Ben Cleuch the highest at 721 metres. For snow and avalanche hazard forecasts please visit Scottish Avalanche Information Service


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Our science fellows

for climate monitoring. Doug Smith Doug leads the decadal climate prediction research and development at the Met Office Hadley Centre. Alison Stirling Alison leads research into the representation of convection across model scales. Peter Stott Peter is an expert in the attribution of climate change to anthropogenic and natural causes and leads the climate monitoring and attribution team.

Dr Rachel Stratton

the high resolution (~1.5 km) Unified Model simulations from Cascade project to try to improve the convection scheme at climate and NWP global resolutions. Improving the diurnal cycle of tropical convection over land in collaboration with Alison Stirling. Looking at the parametrization of deep

Atmospheric processes and parametrization scientists

in orographic precipitation. Dr Alison Stirling Alison leads research into convection representation in weather and climate models. Dr Rachel Stratton Rachel works on atmospheric convection and clouds. Dr Graham Weedon Graham works on the datasets needed for running land surface models such as JULES


One of the hottest summers in Scotland and N. Ireland

than average number of rainfall days (where more than 0.2mm has been recorded), which coupled with plenty of cloud and reduced sunshine may have contributed to a perception of it being wetter. * Clackmannan, Dunbartonshire, Perth and Kinross, Renfrewshire, Stirling and Falkirk, City of Glasgow and West Lothian.

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