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Storm Frank

85 Altnaharra Highlands 79 Magilligan Northern Ireland 78 Fair Isle Fair Isle 78 Loftus North Yorkshire 77 Tiree Inner Hebrides 75 Scilly Isle of Scilly 75 Benbecula Outer Hebrides 70 Storm Frank satellite imagery  

Storm Henry

Benbecula Outer Hebrides 85 Loch Glascarnoch Garve 83 Stornoway Outer Hebrides 81 Salsburgh North Lanarkshire 78 Tiree Inner Hebrides 78 Fair Isle Fair Isle 78 Skye Isle of Skye 77  

Airfield Climate Statistics

) Jersey Kirkwall Leeds London City Manchester Newcastle Norwich Prestwick Ronaldsway Scatsta Shoreham Southampton Southend Stansted Stornoway Sumburgh Tiree Unst Wick   Aberdeen     Return to Available Airfields Aldergrove     Return to Available Airfields Alderney     Return to Available Airfields

annex-a---aerodrome-warnings-continued-provision-pdf.pdf

/Heathrow London/Luton London/Oxford London/Stansted Lydd Manchester Int Newcastle Newquay Norwich Oban Oxford Prestwick St. Athan Scatsta Scilly Isles Shoreham Southampton Int Southend Stornoway Sumburgh Tiree Warton Wick Helicopter emergency service bases Birkenhead Boreham Carr Gate Devizes

UK last 24 hours weather - Met Office

Vyrnwy SAWS weather forecast map Lake Vyrnwy SAWS weather forecast map 52.757 -3.464 Wittering weather forecast map Wittering weather forecast map 52.6111 -0.459 Magilligan weather forecast map Magilligan weather forecast map 55.1604 -6.9492 Tiree weather forecast map Tiree weather forecast map 56.497

Sheffield Gale 16 February 1962

people died in Sheffield as a direct result of this gale. A storm surge down the North Sea during the night of the 16th/17th caused much damage to the Germany city of Hamburg, resulting in 315 deaths. Highest gust speeds: Lowther Hill 103 knots (119 mph) Kirkwall, Grimsetter 95 knots (109 mph) Tiree 87

Braer Storm 10 January 1993

across Northern Ireland and Scotland bringing down power cables in the Lothian Region. Highest wind speeds below. OWS Cumulus 105 knots (121 mph) North Rona 105 knots (121 mph) Sumburgh 83 knots (96 mph) Lerwick 74 knots (85 mph) Camborne 71 knots (82 mph) Stornoway Airport 69 knots (79 mph) Tiree 69

June Snowfall 2 June 1975

(81 mph) Tiree 64 knots (74 mph) Ballpatrick Forest 60 knots (69 mph) Part of hourly British Isles chart for 10am on 2 June 1975 showing plotted observations of snowfall (small stars) especially across eastern areas of England. Daily weather extremes Highest Maximum Temperature 15.4 °C at Heathrow

Glasgow Storm 15 January 1968

in Glasgow alone. Highest gust speeds (from low level sites): Tiree 102 knots (118 mph) Bell Rock 96 knots (111 mph) Leuchars 92 knots (106 mph) Turnhouse 90 knots (104 mph) Prestwick 90 knots (104 mph) Abbotsinch 89 knots (103 mph) Anemogram for Abbotsinch for 14/15 January 1968, showing a highest

Record 24 hour Rainfall 18 July 1955

(Gloucestershire) Lowest Minimum Temperature 4.4 °C at Stornoway Airport (Western Isles) Most Rainfall 279.4 mm at Martinstown, Chantry (Dorset) Most Sunshine 13.4 hours at Tiree (Argyll) National Meteorological Library and Archive Met Office FitzRoy Road Exeter Devon EX1 3PB United Kingdom Tel: 0370

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