Category Archives: Communications

Operational Forecasting Across the Globe: Sharing Science at EGU20

For several years the ‘operational forecasting and warning systems‘ PICO session has been a popular feature of the EGU hydrological sciences program.  However, with restrictions on travel and meetings in place due to Covid-19, the whole of the 2020 Assembly … Continue reading

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Scottish Flood Forecasting Service Annual Report

This week the Scottish Flood Forecasting Service (SFFS) publishes its report for 2017-2018. We wanted all our daily Flood Guidance Statement customers, SFFS partners and supporters to know more about our operational activity and key learnings from April 2017 – … Continue reading

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World Meteorological Day 2019

Happy World Meteorological Day! Saturday 23 March is World Meteorological Day 2019 and this year the World Meteorological Organisation has named the theme – ‘The Sun, the Earth and the Weather’. In the Scottish Flood Forecasting Service (SFFS) the weather services are provided … Continue reading

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Medium Range Outlook for the Flood Guidance Statement

Since its inception in 2011 the Scottish Flood Forecasting Service has provided forecasts of flood risk out to five days, by way of the Flood Guidance Statement sent to the emergency response community. Since then the scope and accuracy of … Continue reading

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Ready for winter – new flooding communications programme

The Scottish Flood Forecasting Service (SFFS) will have another outlet for its flood guidance activities this winter. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is launching a campaign to provide the public with advance notice of potential flooding. Through a newly … Continue reading

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