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The exchange requirement for SIGMET and special air-reports are contained in FASID T bl MET 2 B Thi t bl h ld b d t d b th ICAO R i l Offi d 5 29. (...) Note.— WAFCs will continue to issue forecasts of upper-air wind and temperature and of SIGWX in chart form until 1 July 2005 31 December 2006. 33. (...) Note.— WAFCs will continue to issue forecasts of upper-air wind and temperature and of SIGWX in chart form until 1 July 2005 31 December 2006. 35.
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Score: 1038522.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...MET_SG7/met_sg7wp09appA_en.pdf
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METSG12 – WP/04 APPENDIX C –THE MET/SG WORK PROGRAMME Task Source Recent Progress Next milestone and its deadline Status of Implementation 1 Establish and maintain detailed lists, State by State of the specific deficiencies of facilities for the provision of atmospheric measurements pertaining to surface wind, pressure, visibility/runway visual range, cloud base, temperature and dew point temperature considered critical for flight safety. APIRG/13 Con. 13/96  State by state MET deficiencies have been established and included in APIRG/18 Report  Deficiencies on MET parameters measurements established and compiled 2 Monitor the exchange of OPMET information through the AMBEX scheme in the AFI Region and between the AFI and ASIA/PACIFIC and EUR Regions -APIRG/8 Con. 8/43 c) -APIRG/17 Concl. 17/75 -APIRG/17 Concl. 17/78 - APIRG/18 Concl. 18/48  Continuing task  OPMET monitoring by AFI RODBs every quarter  Next 4 monitorings in 2014 Exchange of OPMET information through AMBEX and SADIS, improved 3 Plan for the introduction of efficient inter-regional OPMET exchanges in coordination with the CNS Sub-group as required AFI/7 A Core Team of experts established to fully review the AMBEX and report to MTF/6 Efficient inter-regional OPMET exchanges 4 Monitor the degree of implementation of very small aperture terminals (VSATs) for the reception of WAFS products AFI/7 Rec. 14/12  A large number of AFI States have implemented SADIS2G VSATs with others using the SADIS FTP Service Information on the implementation of SADIS VSAT and FTP established and compiled 5 Monitor the implementation of regional procedures for the issuance of volcanic ash and tropical cyclone advisories AFI/7 Rec. 7/3 and 7/4  Yearly SIGMET Tests conducted with AFI VAAC, TCAC and SA GIB using regional AFI SIGMET Test procedures established in AFI SIGMET Guide  Continuing task  SIGMET Tests conducted yearly: Next test scheduled for Nov. 2013 Regional procedures for the issuance of volcanic ash and tropical cyclone advisories Implemented METSG12 – WP/04 APPENDIX C –THE MET/SG WORK PROGRAMME Task Source Recent Progress Next milestone and its deadline Final Result (completion) 6 Review on a continuing basis the contents of Tables MET 1A and 1B and Tables MET 2A to ensure their validity in light of operational requirements and develop proposals to update them if necessary. (...) Performance management will be an important part of the quality assurance of meteorological information. Exchange of OPMET data in digital format on bilateral arrangements 9 Monitor the implementation in the AFI region of quality assurance/performance relating to the MET field APIRG/14 Con. 14/40  Ten training seminars on QMS in 2008-2012  13 out of 54 States established QMS in December 2012 et 5/13 certified AFI region quality assurance/performance relating to the MET field, implemented Task Source Recent Progress Next milestone and its deadline Final Result (completion) METSG12 – WP/04 APPENDIX C –THE MET/SG WORK PROGRAMME 10 Monitor training and qualification of aeronautical MET personnel APIRG/15 Dec. 15/94  Training and qualification monitored in 15 States during 2009- 2010 Information on training and qualification of aeronautical MET personnel established and compiled 11 Monitor communications means between AFI volcano observatories and the aviation community APIRG/13 Con. 13/68 VONA (volcano observatory notice for aviation) tests to be conducted from 2014 during AFI VACP (volcanic ash contingency plan) exercises.
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Score: 1038493.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...dixC-METSG-Work-programmes.pdf
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MET/SG/11 Appendix 8B FUTURE WORK PROGRAMME Task Source Recent Progress Next milestone and its deadline Final Result (completion) 1 Establish and maintain detailed lists, State by State of the specific deficiencies of facilities for the provision of atmospheric measurements pertaining to surface wind, pressure, visibility/runway visual range, cloud base, temperature and dew point temperature considered critical for flight safety. APIRG/13 Con. 13/96  State by state MET deficiencies have been established and included in APIRG/18 Report  Deficiencies on MET parameters measurements established and compiled 2 Monitor the exchange of OPMET information through the AMBEX scheme in the AFI Region and between the AFI and ASIA/PACIFIC and EUR Regions -APIRG/8 Con. 8/43 c) -APIRG/17 Concl. 17/75 -APIRG/17 Concl. 17/78 - APIRG/18 Concl. 18/48  Continuing task  OPMET monitoring by AFI RODBs every quarter  Next 4 monitorings in 2014 Exchange of OPMET information through AMBEX and SADIS, improved 3 Plan for the introduction of efficient inter-regional OPMET exchanges in coordination with the CNS Sub-group as required AFI/7 A Core Team of experts established to fully review the AMBEX and report to MTF/6 Efficient inter-regional OPMET exchanges 4 Monitor the degree of implementation of very small aperture terminals (VSATs) for the reception of WAFS products AFI/7 Rec. 14/12  A large number of AFI States have implemented SADIS2G VSATs with others using the SADIS FTP Service Information on the implementation of SADIS VSAT and FTP established and compiled 5 Monitor the implementation of regional procedures for the issuance of volcanic ash and tropical cyclone advisories AFI/7 Rec. 7/3 and 7/4  Yearly SIGMET Tests conducted with AFI VAAC and TCAC using regional AFI SIGMET Test procedures established in AFI SIGMET Guide  Continuing task  SIGMET Tests conducted yearly: Next test scheduled for Nov. 2013 Regional procedures for the issuance of volcanic ash and tropical cyclone advisories Implemented MET/SG/110-WP/xx 2 Task Source Recent Progress Next milestone and its deadline Final Result (completion) 6 Review on a continuing basis the contents of Tables MET 1A and 1B and Tables MET 2A to ensure their validity in light of operational requirements and develop proposals to update them if necessary. (...) Performance management will be an important part of the quality assurance of meteorological information. Exchange of OPMET data in digital format on bilateral arrangements 9 Monitor the implementation in the AFI region of quality assurance/performance relating to the MET field APIRG/14 Con. 14/40  Ten training seminars on QMS in 2008-2012  13 out of 54 States established QMS in December 2012 et 5/13 certified AFI region quality assurance/performance relating to the MET field, implemented MET/SG/11-WP/xx 3 Task Source Recent Progress Next milestone and its deadline Final Result (completion) 10 Monitor training and qualification of aeronautical MET personnel APIRG/15 Dec. 15/94  Training and qualification monitored in 15 States during 2009- 2010 Information on training and qualification of aeronautical MET personnel established and compiled 11 Monitor communications means between AFI volcano observatories and the aviation community APIRG/13 Con. 13/68 VONA (volcano observatory notice for aviation) tests to be conducted from 2014 during AFI VACP (volcanic ash contingency plan) exercises.
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Score: 1038493.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ndix8B-WorkProgramme-METSG.pdf
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Additionally London City airport is relatively nearby however this predominantly serves only European destinations. 8.4 Climate 8.4.1 The mean minimum temperature during the month of September is 7 °C and the mean maximum temperature is 15 °C. The mean monthly precipitation total for September is 50 mm, with a mean monthly total of 16 days of precipitation. 8.4.2 More weather information can be obtained from the website of the United Kingdom Met Office. 8.5 Currency and banking services 8.5.1 The United Nations operational rate of exchange (as at 31 December 2013) is USD 1.00 equals GBP 0.635. 8.5.2 International credit cards such as American Express, Visa and Master Card are normally accepted at major hotels and department stores. 8.5.3 A selection of commercial banks, including those that exchange major foreign currencies, are situated at Gatwick Airport. To exchange travellers’ cheques, you are required to show your passport. 8.6 Other useful information 8.6.1 In September, the local time in the United Kingdom is 1 hour ahead of Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC+1). — END —
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Score: 1036752.8 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...IP.01_Meeting_arrangements.pdf
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Pan-Arctic climate outlook forum forecasts above average winter temperatures | World Meteorological Organization Skip to main content World Meteorological Organization Weather · Climate · Water Toggle navigation English Go Our mandate What we do Weather How we do it Public-Private Engagement (PPE) ocp innovation webinar Space borne Precipitation Measurements and Application WMO and HMEI Information Day WMO Innovation Seminar - Microsoft and the UN Sustainable Development Goals Climate Focus areas Water Programmes Projects Resources Bulletin MeteoWorld Library Gender Equality Education and training Standards and Recommended Practices The WMO Building / Conference Centre Language resources World Meteorological Day United in Science Coronavirus (COVID-19) Media Events About us Who we are Vision, Mission, Strategic Planning Members Governance The Secretariat Employment Awards Procurement Finance and Accountability Related links FAQs Contact us Community Platform Reform Search form Search Home Media News Pan-Arctic climate outlook forum forecasts above average winter temperatures Pan-Arctic climate outlook forum forecasts above average winter temperatures Main News Press Release News from Members Multimedia Contact us caption.png Pan-Arctic climate outlook forum forecasts above average winter temperatures Tags: Weather Climate Polar Climate change 6 Published 6 November 2018 Member: Norway Finland Canada Sweden Iceland The second session of the Pan-Arctic Climate Outlook Forum (PARCOF) was held virtually on 30 October 2018 to review the climate conditions during the previous summer season, and to provide an outlook for the forthcoming winter season. (...) The outlook indicates that the average surface air temperatures are expected to be above normal for the entire Arctic for November, December and January. (...) Share this page Latest WMO News Heavy snowfall in Japan on the Sea of Japan side and elsewhere in late 2021 and early 2022 - Japan Meteorological Agency 2 February 2022 WMO certifies two megaflash lightning records 1 February 2022 The northeastern regions of Libya were affected by weather extreme on 25/01/22 - National Meteorological Centre of Libya 27 January 2022 Digital Public Goods Alliance calls for data exchange 26 January 2022 Modeling storm surge floods – case study Żuławy Elbląskie - IMGW-PIB 24 January 2022 What is trending Climate change Climate Weather Disaster risk reduction Environment WMO Elsewhere on the WMO website Unified WMO Data Policy Resolution (Cg Ext-21) Observations WMO 2022 Calendar Competition Forecasts and Warnings/About Tweets by @WMO Follow WMO Discover Events News Bookstore Projects Bulletin MeteoWorld Learn Visit the Library Youth Corner WMO Governance Partnerships Contact us Procurement Privacy policy Report fraud, corruption or abuse About us Disclaimer Copyright Sitemap © 2022 World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
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Score: 1036747.3 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...ve-average-winter-temperatures
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Morocco’s climate, in 2020, was marked by unusually warm minimum and maximum annual temperatures and an almost generalized drier-than-average condition across the country. Morocco experienced a very dry and mild February and a particularly hot month of July with monthly mean minimum and maximum temperature records broken in several cities. Thus, for monthly mean maximum temperature, Fez set a new record of 23.78 °C in February exceeding the previous record by +2.24 °C and set a new record of 40.4 °C in July exceeding the previous record by +2,15 °C. For monthly mean minimum temperature, Mohammedia set a new record of 22.28 °C in February with a difference from the previous record of +0.34 °C, the greatest among the other cities.
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Score: 1036747.3 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...-morocco-maroc-m%C3%A9t%C3%A9o
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The  Arctic Report Card  provides annual updates on seven topics: Surface Air Temperature; Terrestrial Snow Cover; Greenland Ice Sheet; Sea Ice; Sea Surface Temperature; Arctic Ocean Primary Productivity; and Tundra Greenness.  (...) Nine of the past 10 years saw air temperatures at least 1°C above (2.2°F) the 1981-2010 mean. Arctic temperatures for the past six years have all exceeded previous records.
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Score: 1035676.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...irms-climate-change-disruption
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Pacific Northwest areas of the US and Canada saw temperatures that broke records by several degrees, including a new all-time Canadian temperature record of 49.6°C (121.3°F) in the village of Lytton - well above the previous national record of 45°C (113°F). (...) Pre-existing drought and unusual atmospheric circulation conditions, known as the ‘heat dome’, combined with climate change to create the very high temperatures. In this explanation, without the influence of climate change the peak temperatures would have been about 2°C (3.6°F) lower. (...) The event sends a strong warning that extreme temperatures, far outside the temperature range currently expected, can occur at latitudes as high as 50°N, a range that includes all of the contiguous US, France, parts of Germany, China and Japan.
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Score: 1035676.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...ossible-without-climate-change
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The temperature record was uncovered after nearly 30 years by “climate detectives” with the WMO Archive of Weather and Climate Extremes . (...) The weather station at Verkhoyanksk, which previously held the northern hemisphere low temperature record, hit the headlines when it recorded a temperature of 38°C on 20 June during a prolonged Siberian heatwave. WMO is currently verifying whether this is a new record high temperature north of the Arctic Circle (a new category for the archive).
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Score: 1035676.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...ure-northern-hemisphere-record
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Temperatures in the central valley, where San José is located, average 21°C. On the coast temperatures vary from 24°C to 30°C. A northerly br eeze in December, January and February can lower the temperature by 3°C to 5°C. (...) The exchange rate in hotels and at banks is almost always the same, so visitors are advised to exchange money at the hotel to avoid long lines at the banks.
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Score: 1035640.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...files/informativogeneral_i.pdf
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