in extreme precipitation over Scotland and Northern England using a high-resolution regional climate model ― is a collaboration between scientists from the School of Engineering, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, and the Met Office. The simulations were supported by project NUTCAT2050, which seeks to understand how climate change may impact plant nutrient transport.
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The Mourne Mountains include the highest mountains in Northern Ireland; the highest of these is Slieve Donard standing at 850 metres at the northeastern edge of the Mournes, overlooking Newcastle and Dundrum Bay. At the summit of Slieve Donard there is a cairn and a small stone tower, which is part
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2003 to 2005. Prior to joining Met Office, Benjamin worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Newcastle. He graduated from Bristol University with B.Sc. in mathematics and from Manchester University with Ph.D. in applied mathematics. External Recognition Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.
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’, with half (57%) of people surveyed in the Black Country preferring to say ‘bucketing’. The people of Newcastle and Leeds apparently like the term ‘chucking it down’, with 6 in 10 people from Newcastle (60%) and 58% of people in Leeds describing torrential rain this way. Although many might assume
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, where an easterly breeze will limit temperatures this week. This will mean places like Newcastle, Hull and parts of London could see maximum temperatures jump by as much as 10 degrees between Friday and Saturday. Met Office Chief Meteorologist, Steve Willington, said: “It’ll be warm with sunny
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