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heavy-rainfall_strong-winds---14_15-october-2002---met-office.pdf

Length of duration (mm) (years) Holbeach, Lincolnshire 56.4 15 October 2002 09:00 GMT 24 hours 19 Woburn, Bedfordshire 46.9 15 October 2002 09:00 GMT 12 hours 11 Monks Wood, Cambridgeshire 46.9 15 October 2002 09:00 GMT 12 hours 9.1 Little Rissington, Gloucestershire 43.4 15 October 2002 09:00 GMT 12

exceptional-warmth-april-2018---met-office.pdf

2003 135 Bradford, West Yorkshire 24.3 23.9 15 April 1949 109 Rothamsted, Hertfordshire 26.8 26.1 16 April 1949 104 Woburn, Bedfordshire 27.1 26.1 16 April 1949 103 Wisley, Surrey 28.3 27.8 23 April 2011 103 Cranwell, Lincolnshire 26.3 25.3 23 April 2011 102 On 19 April, Kenley Airfield (Greater

Microsoft Word - 2019_007_july_heatwave.docx

), Rothamsted, Hertfordshire (36.6 °C, 105 years), Cranwell, Lincolnshire (36.3 °C, 105 years), Woburn, Bedfordshire (37.1 °C, 102 years), and numerous other maximum temperature records were set at other stations with shorter records. Daily minimum temperatures on 26 July (0900 UTC 25th to 0900 UTC 26th

exceptional-warmth-december-2015---met-office.pdf

18-Dec- 2015 13.7 13.3 31-Dec- 1925 102 Rothamsted, Hertfordshire 19-Dec- 2015 15.3 14.4 01-Dec- 1939 102 Balmoral, Aberdeenshire 18-Dec- 2015 14.2 13.7 13-Dec- 1998 102 Woburn, Bedfordshire 19-Dec- 2015 16 15.7 02-Dec- 1985 100 The map below shows the highest daily minimum temperature (0900 to 0900

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% of the average. When skies did clear, night-time temperatures plunged. Woburn in Bedfordshire registered a low of of -21 °C early on 25 February. If February hadn't been bad enough, March was even worse. In the first half of the month, there were strong gales and heavy snowstorms, making for blizzard

Microsoft Word - 2019_002_february_warmspell.docx

18.0 °C 13/02/1998 105 Balmoral (Aberdeenshire) 17.2 °C 26/02/2019 15.1 °C 21/02/2008 105 Eskdalemuir (Dumfriesshire) 15.7 °C 26/02/2019 14.8 °C 13/02/2008 105 Woburn (Bedfordshire) 18.9 °C 26/02/2019 17.7 °C 13/02/1998 104 Cromer (Norfolk) 18.6 °C 26/02/2019 18.3 °C 23/02/1990 102 The chart below

exceptional-warmth-september-2016---met-office.pdf

29.4 05-Sep- 1949 103 Woburn, Bedfordshire 13-Sep- 2016 30.7 New record 29.4 05-Sep- 1949 102 East Malling, Kent 13-Sep- 2016 31.3 New record 31.1 04-Sep- 1929 90 Sutton Bonington, Nottinghamshire 13-Sep- 2016 29.6 New record 29.4 19-Sep- 1926 86 Note that multiple historical occurrences of 29.4 °C

uk_synop_station_list_-_cdl_(climate_data_logger)_numbered_stations.pdf

99057 WOBURN 89 52.01449 -0.59614 ENG 1882 99059 PERSHORE COLLEGE 37 52.10001 -2.05997 ENG 1952 99060 STONYHURST 115 53.84507 -2.4699 ENG 1848 99062 WINTERBOURNE NO2 140 52.45639 -1.92763 ENG 2011 99063 ROCHDALE 110 53.60873 -2.17854 ENG 1914 99069 MORPETH, COCKLE PARK 95 55.21294 -1.68773 ENG 1897

Regional extremes observations detailed documentation

="HMAXT" uom="degC">9.8</Extreme> <Extreme locId="99136" locationName="Houghton Hall" type="LMAXT" uom="degC">6.1</Extreme> <Extreme locId="99057" locationName="Woburn" type="LMINT" uom="degC">-1.1</Extreme> <Extreme locId="03482" locationName="Marham" type="HRAIN" uom="mm">5.8</Extreme> <Extreme locId

eastern-england_-climate---met-office.pdf

. Frequent snowfalls and low temperatures (a minimum of -21 °C was recorded at Woburn in Bedfordshire) meant that when the thaw did occur, accompanied by rain and severe gales, the effects were significant. In East Anglia, where the major rivers flow north-eastwards, the south-westerly wind drove water

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