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Weather Photographer of the Year announced

The winners of this years Weather Photographer of the Year competition were reveiled on  17 October, at RMetS WeatherLive. Rudolf Sulgan’s image, Blizzard, showing Brooklyn Bridge in New York, has been announced the winner, and 17-year-old Kolesnik Stephanie Sergeevna, from Russia, with her image Frozen Life, was choosen as The Young Weather Photographer of the Year.[more]

Meteorological Masterclass series now available online

The Meteorological Masterclass Series – Winter Storms in European Weather and Climate, which was oraganised in partnership between the Royal Meteorological Society and the University of Reading, provided additional training and continuing professional development for[more]

This was the EMS DigitalMETDialogue

The first EMS online event was organised in collaboration with PRIMET and ECOMET as three webinars on highly relevant topics of the met. and climate community: Open Science, Open Data, with 165 attendees; COVID-19 and Meteorology, with 135 attendees; and Enabling the Weather Enterprise in Europe for the 21st century, with 120 attendees.[more]

ECMWF’s open data policy

From 9 October 2020, ECMWF has made hundreds of forecast charts free and accessible to all. These include medium-range, extended-range and long-range forecast charts of temperature, wind, precipitation, clouds and ocean waves. Probability-based information and[more]

RMetS New President and Vice-Presidents

The Royal Meteorological Society is welcoming Professor David Griggs PhD, FRMetS as the new President of the Society, alongside Professor Lesley Gray, PhD, FRMetS as the new Vice-President and Gary Johnston as the new Vice-President for Scotland. They formally took office on 1 October 2020.[more]

The WeatherPod

The WeatherPod is a unique podcast exploring how weather and climate information is produced and used, and the key role of national and international co-operation in addressing the mounting challenges to life, society and business from extreme weather and climate change.[more]

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