Blog posts by year and month September 2012

Posts (5)

  1. The deepest area of low pressure in September since 1981 has caused many of Yorkshire's rivers to burst their banks - although the rain was not quite intense enough to cause serious flooding of property like in the autumn of 2000. Cumulatively since the rain started falling on Sunday...

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  2. Heavy rainfall in the next 30 hours could lead to yet more flooding across parts of Yorkshire. Current indications suggest some Pennine catchments of North & West Yorkshire could be most at risk. The very active weather system which I wrote about here on Friday and is currently affecting much...

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  3. A deep area of low pressure looks set to dominate our weather late in the weekend and into next week as the official start of autumn (which is the 22nd September this year, defined as the day the sun crosses the equator into the southern hemisphere) coincides nicely with the first meteorological...

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  4. The second half of September look set to be dominated by low pressure, with little chance of a prolonged dry settled spell of weather. All computer weather models are indicating that temperatures are likely to be below normal, with rain expected at times across the UK - although there will be...

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  5. Global temperatures in August were 0.34C above the 30 year running average, according to the UAH satellite measure, showing a small increase on the previous month, shown below. It's the 3rd warmest August in this particular satellite data set which began in 1979. Using the more sta...

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