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Webb J.D.C.,TORRO Thunderstorm and Other Severe Weather Division
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2011

35 years ago, the summers of 1975 and 1976 were outstanding for the number of very hot days (maxima 32 °C or more) in the UK; in both years the heat was focussed in a well defined hot spell of exceptional length and intensity. The former year also featured a series of violent thunderstorm episodes during the high summer period. © THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METEOROLOGY. Source


Webb J.D.C.,TORRO Thunderstorm and Other Severe Weather Division
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2010

Thunder day totals in 2009 were mostly below normal in Great Britain, but above in east Scotland and northeast England and locally in west Wales. Over Ireland, thunder days were above normal in central areas and in Northern Ireland © THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METEOROLOGY. Source


Webb J.D.C.,TORRO Thunderstorm and Other Severe Weather Division | Muirheap R.S.,TORRO Thunderstorm and Other Severe Weather Division
International Journal of Meteorology | Year: 2010

Significant hail 15 mm diameter or more was reported on at least seven days in 2009. At least two events reached the severe category over populated areas, one causing extensive local damage on the 27th June on the London/Kent border. On two other occasions (on the 15th June and the 30th July) storms caused severe crop damage in eastern England. © THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METEOROLOGY. Source

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