When was the Storm in 2013?
28 October 2013
Satellite image 26 October 2013 at 1012 UTC showing the position of the St. Jude Storm (Storm Christian) forming over Northern Atlantic. At the top of the image, the low pressure “Burkhard”….St. Jude storm.
|Christian making landfall in Denmark on 28 October 2013.|
|Lowest pressure||967 mb (28.56 inHg)|
|Fatalities||17 dead, 1 missing|
When was the warmest winter in the UK?
The winters of 2006-07, 2013-14, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2018-19, and 2019-20 were all in the Top 10 warmest winters in the UK, and 2006-07, 2013-14, 2015-16 and 2019-20 were in the Top 10 wettest years.
What was winter like in 2019?
Every month of the winter finished above normal. The warmest months compared to normal were December and January, both finishing 5 to 6 degrees above normal. February brought us some of the coldest temperatures of the winter, but we still managed to finish around 1 to 2 degrees above normal.
Which is the warmest place to live in the UK?
The Isles of Scilly
Hottest Places in the UK. The Isles of Scilly have the highest mean annual temperature in the UK of 11.5 degrees Celsius (52.7 degrees Fahrenheit). Not far behind are coastal parts of Cornwall, where many low-elevation sites average above 11 °C (52 °F).
Why was winter 2013/2014 so bad?
Winter 2013/2014 was exceptionally wet and stormy as a succession of deep Atlantic low pressure systems, associated with a powerful jet stream, affected the UK.
What was the weather like in the North Sea in 2013?
A major storm-surge down North Sea coasts on 5/6 December 2013 was followed by a quieter week before a sequence of major storms from mid-December to early January brought strong winds and heavy rain. The weather then remained very unsettled before a further rapid sequence of storms from late-January to mid-February.
What will the weather be like in 2021?
2021 has seen quite the weather seesaw so far with spells of significant cold as well as warm with swings from one extreme to the other. Take February in the UK alone, we had a minimum of -23C recorded at Braemar, Aberdeenshire, 2 weeks later, Santon Downham, Suffolk soared to 18.4C.
What has been the weather like in Europe this summer?
For Northwest Europe (Ireland, UK, France, Low Countries), it’s been a summer of mixed fortunes with spells of wet, dry, cool and warm with of course the relatively long lived warm to hot spell which during mid July. An unusual back to back flash flood event struck London ahead and after a pretty average 7-day […]