Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sentinel – a new chapter in climate observation

Earth Observation (EO) satellites take millions of observations every day, supplying a global snapshot that is vital for weather forecasting. This week, the EO community is eagerly anticipating the launch of a new satellite, and the potential for a new … Continue reading

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Our stormy winter – records continue to tumble

By meteorological convention, ‘winter’ consists of the calendar months of December, January and February. Few will regret the passing of the ‘climatological’ winter of 2013/14, as records continued to tumble right up until the last day … Wettest February on … Continue reading

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