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strong-winds---27-october-2002---met-office.pdf

05:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Mumbles Head 61 05:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Aberdaron 61 08:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Aberporth 54 08:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Wittering 45 12:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Cottesmore 44 11:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Wattisham 42 12:00 GMT on 27 October 2002 Heathrow 38 11

Fastnet Storm 14 August 1979

) with gusts of 51 knots (59 mph) and 49 knots (56 mph) respectively. The course of Fastnet Race starting from Cowes and ending in Plymouth Daily weather extremes Highest Maximum Temperature 21.7 °C at Wattisham (Suffolk) Lowest Minimum Temperature 8.4 °C at Lerwick (Shetland) Most Rainfall 36.0 mm

Penlee Lifeboat Disaster 19 December 1981

Reservoir (both Devon) Most Sunshine 6.5 hours at Wattisham (Suffolk) National Meteorological Library and Archive Met Office FitzRoy Road Exeter Devon EX1 3PB United Kingdom Tel: 0370 900 0100 Fax: 0370 900 5050 Email: [email protected] Met Office Digital Library and Archive https://digital.nmla.metoffice.gov.uk/archive ©Crown copyright Met Office and the Met Office logo are registered trademarks

Ottery St Mary Hailstorm 29 to 30 October 2008

October) 8.4 hours at Wattisham (Suffolk) on 29th 8.4 hours at Bute: Rothesay (Buteshire) on 30th National Meteorological Library and Archive Met Office FitzRoy Road Exeter Devon EX1 3PB United Kingdom Tel: 0370 900 0100 Fax: 0370 900 5050 Email: [email protected] Met Office Digital Library and Archive https://digital.nmla.metoffice.gov.uk/archive ©Crown copyright Met Office and the Met Office logo are registered trademarks

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UK Snow 4 to 5 February 2012

of snow for this weather event. Location (County) Height of station (m) Depth of snow (cm) Marham (Norfolk) 21 15 Wattisham (Suffolk) 89 15 Herstmonceux (E Sussex) 52 12 Bingley (W Yorkshire) 267 10 Wittering (Lincolnshire) 73 9 Eskdalemuir (Dumfries and Galloway) 242 8 Bridlington (E Yorkshire) 19 8

First-guess warnings for severe weather

of warnings in the forecast decision chain. Forecasting severe weather Heavy snow affected much of central and eastern England on Saturday 4th February 2012 and overnight into Sunday 5th February 2012. Snowfall totals of 5 to 10cm were recorded widely in the affected regions with Wattisham (Suffolk

autumn-storm-october-2013---met-office.pdf

) was blown down. Weather data Synoptic situation at 0600 UTC 28 October 2013 The graph below shows mean sea level pressure recorded at four stations - St Marys Airport (Isles of Scilly), Chivenor (Devon), Benson (Oxfordshire) and Wattisham (Suffolk). The storm continued to deepen and intensify

met-office-iso9001-certificate---2020.pdf

Kingdom RAF Odiham Odiham, Hook, RG29 1QT, United Kingdom ISO 9001:2015 The collection & processing of observations. ISO 9001:2015 Providing weather forecasts. Heathrow APOC Compass Centre, Nelson Road, Hounslow, TW6 2GW, United Kingdom Wattisham Wattisham Airfield, Ipswich, IP7 7RA, United Kingdom

winter-storms-december-2013-to-january-2014---met-office.pdf

: Altnaharra (Sutherland), Edinburgh Blackford Hill, Bramham (West Yorkshire) and Wattisham (Suffolk). Wind speeds peaked at Altnaharra in the hour to 0500 UTC - whereas they peaked at Wattisham in the hour to 1500 UTC on 5 December 2013. The combination of low pressure and strong winds led

strong-winds_heavy-rainfall---7_8-july-2004---met-office.pdf

. Rainfall End return Rainfall station total date/timeperiod (mm) (years) Comments Guernsey Airport (CI) 62.5 8 July, 09:00 - 24 hours - - Wittering, Cambridgeshire 56.6 Jersey Airport (CI) Andrewsfield, Essex Wattisham, Suffolk 51.9 43.8 36.0 Wittering, Cambridgeshire 52.6 Wittering, Cambridgeshire

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