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Birmingham Tornado 28 July 2005

and Erdington areas. The total length of the tornadoes path through Birmingham was 12 km. There was another tornado near Peterborough on this date, reaching a force T3 (weak). During the evening thundery downpours spread across Lincolnshire and Yorkshire with a report of a tornado near Spalding (Lincolnshire

Longest Tornado Track 21 May 1950

= Wilstead - Goldington tornado, C = Caldecote tornado Daily weather extremes Highest Maximum Temperature 23.6 °C at Kew (Surrey) Lowest Minimum Temperature 4.4 °C at Cape Wrath (Sutherland) Most Rainfall 56.4 mm at Peterborough (Huntingdonshire) Most Sunshine 9.7 hours at Lympne (Kent) National

easter-1998-floods---met-office.pdf

and the flooded towns included Evesham, Leamington Spa, Stratford-on-Avon, Bedford, Northampton and Huntingdon. Impacts In the river systems draining the 5,000 km area bounded by Bedford in the east, Evesham in the west, Peterborough in the north and Oxford in the south, the flood levels were

PWS CG Meeting July 2007 11- 3pm MOD Main Building

of reach to the general public on this event was high especially through social media. MH noted that feedback from the Peterborough responder workshop included the view that a heat warning would have helped with escalating messages within their organisation to senior colleagues. There was some

eastern-england_-climate---met-office.pdf

. Other major centres of population include Peterborough, Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge, Lincoln, Grimsby and Hull. Temperature The mean annual temperature over the region varies from around 9.5 °C to just over 10.5 °C. Variations in temperature depend on both altitude, with a decrease of about 0.5 °C

midlands_-climate---met-office.pdf

soils are usually near saturation. The Severn valley is particularly prone, since it drains extensive upland areas in mid- Wales. At Easter 1998 a stationary band of heavy rain that stretched across the Midlands from Worcester to Peterborough resulted in floods in which 5 people died and 1000's were

england-gritting-information.pdf

Council North Lincolnshire Council North Somerset Council Nottingham City Council Peterborough City Council Plymouth City Council Portsmouth City Council Reading Borough Council Rutland County Council Shropshire Council Southampton City Council Southend-on-Sea Borough Council South Gloucestershire

uk_monthly_climate_summary_201803.pdf

flights from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports were cancelled. Up to 400 vehicles were trapped on the A1 near Peterborough and in Lincolnshire; the RAF used their vehicles to transport health staff to hospitals and to vulnerable people. On the evening of the 1st, a South Western Railway train

NCIC Monthly Summary

saw flooding in parts of England, for example around Preston with parts of the M6 closed. People were evacuated from their homes in Peterborough, and flooded roads in Norwich impacted transport. The London Fire Brigade received over 1000 calls; numerous properties were flooded, particularly basement

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