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Brown P.R.,Tornado and Storm Research Organisation
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2014

This note describes the evolution of an exceptionally deep depression that passed close to the northwest of Scotland on 24 December 2013 and gave the lowest barometer reading in the British Isles since 1886. © THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METEOROLOGY.


Brown P.R.,Tornado and Storm Research Organisation
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2015

This paper describes briefly the sequence of weather in the British Isles from December 2013 to February 2014, and summarises the significant aspects of the season, which was the most cyclonic 3-month period known in these islands. For England and Wales as a whole, as well as for many individual stations, it was the wettest winter on record. © THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METEOROLOGY.


Webb J.D.C.,Tornado and Storm Research Organisation
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2014

2013 was, overall, another 'quiet' year for thundery activity with most of England and Wales recording well below average thunderstorm day totals. However, thunder was recorded more often than normal in parts of Ireland and northwest Scotland. Severe thunderstorm activity was conspicuously concentrated in a two week thundery period from 21 July to 5 August.


Kirk P.,Tornado and Storm Research Organisation
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2013

Shortly before 1100 UTC on the morning of the 7 December 2006 a T5 (62 to 72 m/s) tornado struck Kensal Rise (Also Kensal Green) in north-west London travelling a total distance of 2.5km. This paper focuses in on the site investigation which was carried out the following day and also comments on the association of a mesovortex with the tornado.


Brown P.R.,Tornado and Storm Research Organisation
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2013

One hundred years ago, on 27 October 1913, a tornado of T7 strength passed through the Taff Valley in Glamorgan. This paper describes the synoptic pattern and the effects of the tornado, using newspaper accounts of the time and an official report compiled later in the Meteorological Office. Other tornadoes of the same day are briefly discussed. © THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METEOROLOGY.

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