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Stornoway observations map - Met Office

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Stornoway (Na h-Eileanan Siar) Observations

and placements Contact us Contact us Contact details Feedback form How to find us Settings Coast and sea Marine observations - Stornoway Location 58.214, -6.325 Altitude 15 m above mean sea level Yesterday   Sunrise: 04:18 Sunset: 20:27   Today   Sunrise: 04:16 Sunset: 20:29   Sunrise: 05:18 Sunset

Stornoway weather forecast map - Met Office

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volcanicash-nephanalysis-1431435669issue.pdf

Volcanic Ash – T+0 annotated satellite image Issued 1200 UTC on Tue 12 May 2015 HIGH CONFIDENCE- -ASH detected from Katla by radar to FL490. HIGH CONFIDENCE- -Bright returns on satellite imagery are meteorological cloud and NOT ASH. HIGH CONFIDENCE- - -LIDAR detection of ash at Stornoway at FL150 at 12/1200Z. © Crown copyright Met Office

Microsoft PowerPoint - VOLCANIC ASH - NEPHANALYSIS

Volcanic Ash – T+0 annotated satellite TEST image Issued 0700 UTC on Wed 14 Aug 2014 TEST TEST TEST HIGH CONFIDENCE- -VA discernable to FL400 on RGB satellite imagery (TEST TEST TEST) X MEDIUM CONFIDENCE- - Possible VA detected at FL200 on Stornoway LIDAR, but not clear on RGB (TEST TEST TEST) © Crown copyright Met Office

Microsoft PowerPoint - VOLCANIC ASH - NEPHANALYSIS.PPT

Volcanic Ash – T+0 annotated satellite image Issued 0200 UTC on Tue 12 Aug 2014 TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST LOW CONFIDENCE- PIREP report of VA at FL220 BUT not discernible on imagery HIGH CONFIDENCE IMO radar discerning VA to FL460 and discernible on imagery AND LIDAR at Stornoway shows layers between FL260 and FL380 MEDIUM CONFIDENCE VA detected on Lossiemouth LIDAR FL180-FL230. TEST TEST TEST © Crown copyright Met Office

Microsoft PowerPoint - VOLCANIC ASH - NEPHANALYSIS.PPT

Volcanic Ash – T+0 annotated satellite image Issued 0500 UTC on Wed 13 Aug 2014 TEST TEST TEST HIGH CONFIDENCE VA discernable on satellite imagery and for previous 5 hours LOW CONFIDENCE PIREP report of VA at FL260 but not discernable on imagery. HIGH CONFIDENCE VA discernable on Stornoway LIDAR FL240-FL280 MEDIUM CONFIDENCE VA discernable in this area 2 hours ago but currently obscured by cloud © Crown copyright Met Office

Microsoft PowerPoint - VOLCANIC ASH - NEPHANALYSIS.PPT

discernable on imagery over Faeroes to south and east of Shetland. Lidar at Stornoway has signal of VA near FL250 MEDIUM CONFIDENCE - Thick cloud obscuring any potentia BUT – VA was discernable in earlier images TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST LOW CONFIDENCE- PIREP report of VA at FL180 near French coast and Bay of Biscay. BUT not discernable on imagery © Crown copyright Met Office

Storm Eva

to Cumbria. Storm Eva - Maximum gust speeds (mph) Site Name Area Max Gust (mph) Capel Curig Gwynedd 83 Needles Old Battery Isle of Wight 74 Abderdaron Gwynedd 70 Stornoway Outer Hebrides 68 Mumbles Head West Glamorgan 68 South Uist Outer Hebrides 67 Pembrey Sands Dyfed 66 Berry Head Devon 64 Storm Eva satellite imagery  

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