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Tuesday, 30 June 2015 07:35
Today

Warm and humid today.
Misty in places at first. Dry with good sunny spells developing especially in central and eastern areas, cloudier further west and near parts of the south coast with patchy rain or drizzle at times. Sea mist or fog likely to affect some coastal fringes also. Afternoon temperatures of 18 to 25 degrees, highest in eastern areas with the risk of a few showers breaking out later in the day.

Tonight

Mild and close tonight, many places will be dry but misty. Patchy rain or drizzle in coastal areas of the west and south. Sea fog on some coasts also. overnight lows of 13 to 15 degrees C..
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29 June 2015 - Launch of New Weather Satellite 

MSG-4, due for launch on 8 July 2015 is the fourth and final satellite in the Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) series of geostationary satellites, which provides data needed for the ‘nowcasting’ of high impact weather. 

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12 June 2015 - Updating the World Meteorological Organization International Cloud Atlas

The International Cloud Atlas was developed as a standardized reference document for operational observation systems, which underpin weather forecasts and longer-term climate predictions. It is an important training tool for meteorologists, as well as for those working in aviation and at sea. The roots of the International Cloud Atlas date back to the 19th century.  

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23 April 2015 - Climate Change: the half-biscuit link

Our planet is constantly bathed in sunshine as it revolves around the sun, absorbing energy that passes through the top of the atmosphere and returning energy to space by reflection and emission of radiant heat. A balance is struck between the incoming and outgoing energy and, while the details vary by region and season, in general we wobble around an equilibrium which is linked to the mean global surface temperature of about 15°C.

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