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UK weaher trends

We have been collecting weather statistics for the last 20 years and have recently published our weather data.

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UK weather maps

UK weather maps allow us to create the weather forecasts. If you are interested you can have a go yourself.

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Weather Fronts

Weather fronts occur when two air streams collide. These air steams have varying temperatures and humidity. Because it is less dense, the warmer air rises over the cooler air. This air gets bigger and then cools as it rises. Colder air can retain less water vapour. The water condenses out of the air, forms clouds and then eventually rains.

Warm Fronts

There are two main sorts of front. Warm fronts are where warm air reaches colder air. The angle that the warm air moves up is slow at the warm front. Clouds are gently formed over a big area and this makes for long sections of drizzle.

Air Masses and Air Streams

Air in the atmosphere gains the characteristics of the place that it comes from. For example, the atmosphere above deserts tends to be hot and dry. A substantial volume of air that has similar temperature and humidity is named an air mass.

If an air mass moves from one region to another it will take its "weather" with it. So air that starts over a desert stays hot and dry for a while and brings hot and dry weather. The name given to this body of moving air is an air stream.

London weather

The climate of London tends to be much warmer than in the rest of the country. This makes it much more hospitable for any outdoor activities such as improving your fitness, running, having a picnic and plenty of other activates.

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