Monthly Archives: December 2020

How do Scotland’s mountains affect its rainfall?

In the first of a series of articles on how the mountains of Scotland influence our approach to monitoring and flood forecasting, Mike Kendon writes about their role on rainfall. “Much of Scotland’s landscape is dominated by its mountains. Although … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, Hydrometeorology | 1 Comment

Operational forecasting and hazard early warning systems: Call for Abstracts at #vEGU21!

With a couple of weeks to go before the EGU abstract deadline (13th Jan. 2021, 13.00 CET), it’s time to consider submitting that abstract! If you working in the field of operational forecasting and warning for hazards then consider this … Continue reading

Posted in Conference, EGU, Forecasting, Natural Hazards | 1 Comment