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Storm Deirdre

name Area Max gust (mph) St. Bees Head Cumbria 76  Sella Ness Shetland 75 Aberdaron Gwynedd 74 Pembrey Carmarthenshire 71 Inverbervie Aberdeenshire 70 Roches Point Co. Cork (RI) 67 Sherkin Co. Cork (RI) 67 Scilly Cornwall 60 Magilligan Co. Londonderry (NI) 56  

Storm Hector

energy supply in the form of wind power.  Storm Hector maximum gust speeds (mph) Site Name Area Max gust (mph) Orlock Head Co. Down (NI) 74 Capel Curig Conwy 70 Ballypatrick Forest Co. Antrim (NI) 67 Malin Head Co. Donegal (NI) 63 Belmullet Co. Mayo (NI) 63 Magiligan Londonderry (NI) 62 Drumalbin Lanarkshire 61

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New Temperature Records for the UK.

for January. This beats the previous UK record of 13.1C set at Magilligan (Londonderry) in 2016 and the previous English record of 13.0C set at London St James Park in 2008. There is also a new Welsh January daily minimum temperature record with Trawsgoed (Dyfed) recording 12.8C beating the previous record

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at Kinlochewe, Highland, 16.0 °C at Edge, Shropshire and 15.0 °C at Magilligan, County Londonderry. Daily maximum temperatures on New Year’s Day included 16.3 °C at St James’s Park, Central London, 15.6 °C at Hawarden Airport, Flintshire, 15.9 °C at Achnagart, Highland and 14.0 °C at Killowen

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of the record values for June for Northern Ireland (67 Kt, 76 mph) at Ballykelly, County Londonderry on 23 June 1962, and Wales (63 Kt, 72 mph) at Capel Curig on 23 June 2004. The last time a June gust of 60 Kt was recorded in Northern Ireland was 12 June 1991. The analysis charts below show some

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between the 2nd and 4th, but it was milder by the 5th. The 6th was milder again with some light rain and drizzle and a high of 12.6 °C at Murlough (County Down) and some mist and fog in places. The night of the 6th/7th was also very mild with Armagh and Magilligan (County Londonderry) falling no lower

UK climate extremes

26 April 1984 Boom Hall (County Londonderry) May 28.3 31 May 1922 Lisburn (County Antrim) June 30.8 30 June 1976 Knockarevan (County Fermanagh) July 31.3 21 July 2021 Castlederg (County Tyrone) August 30.6 2 August 1995 Tandragee Ballylisk (County Armagh) September 27.6 1 September 1906 Armagh

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Charting the UK's changing climate

, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Shetland, Staffordshire, County Antrim and County Londonderry. In line with World Meteorological Organization guidelines, climate is measured against 30-year ‘averaging’ periods. Known as ‘climate normal’ periods, these act as a benchmark against which the observational records

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