MMath he worked with the University of Portsmouth, UK, in the field of human-computer interaction. Between finishing his MMath and starting his Ph.D. Joe worked as a mobile app developer. After completing his Ph.D. Joe worked as an R&D Engineer at BBC R&D, in the fields of 5G and Object-based media. Joe joined the Met Office in 2020.
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in the season crops such as potatoes and strawberries were ready to be harvested. Examples of some of these types of observations can be seen in the images below. Private weather diaries can also be a source of information beyond just the weather alone. The diary for Stroud records Nelson's victory and death at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 whilst that of Francis Beaufort records the arrival of his body at Portsmouth on board HMS Victory.
of the Glorious First of June, in which Beaufort played an active part, and to the Battle of Trafalgar with entries noting receipt of new of the victory and the arrival in Portsmouth of various of the ships involved in the battle including HMS Victory with the body of Nelson on board.
Phoenix/Sky Harbour Pittsburgh Pittsburgh International Point Comfort Port Allen Airport Kauai Hawaii Port Angeles Port Everglades Port Huron Port Lavaca Port Neches Port Royal Port San Luis Port St Joe Port Sulphur Port Townsend Portland Portland Int Portsmouth Portsmouth - Pease Int. Prescott
. 7 AOB WW thanked MG on behalf of the group for his hard work and high achievements in his time as Head of the Secretariat over the last two years. AC offered to host the next PWSCG meeting at the MCA control centre near Portsmouth. Action: Secretariat to follow up with AC about the necessary
to the east – for example at Swanage (Dorset). There were temporary power cuts in several areas, including the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Southampton, Devon, Cornwall, towns east of Reading and parts of west London. However, although storm Alex and subsequent fronts brought widespread heavy rain, flooding
Meteorological log: Isabella (whaler) 14.4.1834 30.10.1834 No 2289 the whaler Isabella, Captain Humphreys handwritten 1 volume MS 545 Meteorological register: Discovery 7.8.1901 17.2.1904 Meteorological logs for the voyage of the Discovery from Portsmouth to the Antarctic and back. Made during the British
, Portsmouth, Brighton and the Medway towns. There are large areas of open countryside in the area as well, including the North and South Downs, the Chiltern Hills, Salisbury Plain and the Dorset Downs. Most of the area is below 100 metres above sea level but the hill and downland landscapes include large
lane in the Blackwall tunnel was closed, as well as travel delays due to flooding around Chichester and Portsmouth. Thunderstorms, in south-western areas on the 12th and further north on the 13th, caused flooding in Plymouth, and the A377 in Devon was closed for a time by a tree blocking the road
. Across the south of England strong winds caused disruption, with a car trapped under a fallen tree in Worthing, and delays to rail and ferry services with Brittany and Condor Ferries cancelling some sailings from Portsmouth and Poole. Fallen trees blocked some roads including the A27 and the A35
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