Tweet of the month

February Tweet of the Month

Our Tweet of the Month for February 2019 is one with a Valentine’s Day twist! The tweet, by Professor Ed Hawkins of the Department of Meteorology at Reading University, features a poem and accompanying images highlighting the changes in temperatures globally since 1850.[more]

January Tweet of the Month

Our Tweet of the Month for January 2019 is from an EMS Member Society, The Royal Meteorological Society of the UK.  The tweet links to their “Snow in Europe 2019” article https://www.theweatherclub.org.uk/index.php/node/541.[more]

December Tweet of the Month

Our tweet of the month for December features wonderful photos of Kelvin Helmholtz clouds taken by Jordi Oliveres Biopulcher.  Here’s what Jordi has to say about this serendipitous encounter: ” This photo was taken at[more]

November Tweets of the Month

Science Week took place in Ireland from 11th to 18th November 2018. To mark it, Met Éireann, the national meteorological service, recorded a series of short video clips with twelve members of their scientific staff[more]

September Tweet of the Month

We featured our first “tweet of the month” in August. Given the significance of September for EMS, the month in which we hold our Annual Meeting, we have decided not to restrict the September tweet of the month to a single tweet. Instead we have included a selection of tweets which used the hashtag #emsannual2018. [more]

August Tweet of the Month

The European Meteorological Society would like to engage with more Member Societies and Associate Members through Twitter. In recent weeks we have started to follow the accounts of some Societies but we may have missed[more]

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