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Amber warning for rain issued

, Lincoln and as far north as Middlesbrough is under a Yellow weather warning where rainfall totals could widely reach 20-40mm with 60-40mm possible over high ground. There is a further separate Yellow warning for rain in north Wales.    Chief Meteorologist Neil Armstrong said, “With a weather front from

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and Leeds in industrial South and West Yorkshire, Middlesbrough on Tees-side, Sunderland at the mouth of the Wear and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In contrast, the Vale of York is a farming area with cereals and the Yorkshire Dales are important for sheep farming. The Dales, North York Moors and cities

NCIC Monthly Summary

disruption in south-west England on the 11th and flooding caused travel disruption in Durham and Middlesbrough on the 12th. Around midmonth, heavy, thundery showers caused disruption in some parts of the country. On the 15th, there was flooding in Altrincham and Hale town centres, and the M25 was flooded

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with a funnel that collects rain in a narrow necked bottle placed in a removable can. Fig. 17. Traditional 5-inch rain gauge. Fig. 18. Rainfall return for Middlesbrough, 1878. Our earliest rainfall records date from the 1870s and the values were generally produced on annual sheets until 1963 after which time

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