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hot-spell-august-1990---met-office.pdf

of the Thames Valley, East Anglia and the west Midlands. On the 2nd, large areas of England and Wales passed 32 °C with a new record set for Wales of 35.2 °C at Hawarden Bridge, Flintshire. The 3rd was the hottest day of the spell, with most of east Wales and England exceeding 32 °C and the new UK

UK climate extremes

Bridge (Flintshire) Scotland 32.9 9 August 2003 Greycrook (Scottish Borders) Northern Ireland 30.8 30 June 1976 Knockarevan (County Fermanagh) Northern Ireland 30.8 12 July 1983 Shaw's Bridge, Belfast (County Antrim) Highest daily minimum temperature records Country Temperature (°C) Date Location

Indian summer 2011

and Barcelona. In Wales 28.2°C was recorded in Hawarden (Flintshire) on 1 October 2011, beating the previous record of 26.4°C. Unfortunately, a weather front over Scotland and Northern Ireland meant that cloud and rain gave them a much shorter warm spell, although on Wednesday 28 September in Edinburgh

Microsoft Word - 2021_01_storm_christoph.docx

was swept away by floodwater, and the East Coast Main Line was affected by floods between York and Darlington. The snowfalls caused travel disruption, with many roads affected by snow, the A9 closed south of Inverness and the Queensferry crossing closed for a time due to the risk of falling ice. Icy

welsh-local-authorities-22-gritting-information.pdf

/ceredigioncc?lang=en http://www.conwy.gov.uk/section.asp?cat=9152&Langua ge=1 http://www.conwy.gov.uk/section.asp?cat=9078&Langua ge=1 Flintshire County Council Info and map of gritting routes https://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/en/resident/parkingroads-and-travel/winter-gritting.aspx https://www.conwy.gov.uk

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Hot weather and its impacts

Hawarden Bridge, Flintshire Scotland 32.9 09 August 2003 Greycrook, Scottish Borders Northern Ireland 30.8 30 June 1976 12 July 1983 Knockarevan, County Fermanagh Shaw's Bridge, Belfast The UK in summer can experience blocking anticyclones which can bring long spells of warm weather and create heatwave

snow-and-low-temperatures-late-march-2013---met-office.pdf

early April. Synoptic situation 00 UTC Friday 22 March 2013 showing frontal systems pushing north across the UK The following photograph provides an indication of the snow depth on Hope Mountain, near Mold, Flintshire on 26 March 2013 (courtesy Tim Graham, Met Office Hadley Centre) The following

Microsoft Word - PWSCG Annual Report FINAL

was affected by floods between York and Darlington. The snowfalls caused travel disruption, with many roads affected by snow, the A9 closed south of Inverness and the Queensferry crossing closed for a time due to the risk of falling ice. Heavy hail showers led to poor driving conditions on the M5 near

snow-and-low-temperatures---december-2009-to-january-2010---met-office.pdf

1963 (-16.6 °C) ^Records at Woodford begin in 2003. The previous record at nearby Ringway (Greater Manchester) was -13.9 °C on 25 January 1945. Maximum temperatures 7 January Station Maximum temperature Comment Hawarden (Flintshire) -7.8 °C Coldest since 28 December 2000 (-8.3 °C) Preston (Lancashire

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