Episode 6 - The Beast From The East: Sudden stratospheric events

February 20, 2018 00:13:41
Episode 6 - The Beast From The East: Sudden stratospheric events
Royal Meteorological Society Podcast
Episode 6 - The Beast From The East: Sudden stratospheric events
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Show Notes

Ahead of "The Beast From The East", a sudden cold snap that hit the UK in February 2018 we discussed what this kind of weather event is called, what causes it and what kind of weather conditions can we expect during a sudden stratospheric event?

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