Articles by mikerspencer

Rare snowmelt estimation (GB)

February 24, 2015 | mikerspencer

I read Hough and Hollis’ 1997 paper recently which uses Met Office synoptic stations to estimate a magnitude – recurrence relationship for snowmelt in the UK. i.e. how often do we get how… Continue reading →
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Warm October, cold winter?

October 22, 2014 | mikerspencer

A tweet flashed by a couple of days ago hoping that a warm October might indicate a cold winter: It’s a straightforward enough hypothesis, although one I think we all can agree seems… Continue reading →
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Scottish winter weather

September 19, 2014 | mikerspencer

Following on from my previous post about September weather, it seems appropriate (for my research and blog) to look at winter weather specifically for Scotland. This post again uses Met Office data. I… Continue reading → [Read more...]
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