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Latest Max temps @ 08:43 AM
17.0°cBournemouth Airport
16.0°cShoreham Airport
16.0°cLondon City Airport
16.0°cLondon / Heathrow Airport
16.0°cLydd Airport
16.0°cExeter Airport
15.0°cBiggin Hill

Latest Min temps @ 08:43 AM
8.0°cScatsa / Shetland Island
9.0°cSumburgh Cape
10.0°cCosford Royal Air Force Base

Latest Windspeeds @ 08:43 AM
12mphLakenheath Royal Air Force Base
12mphNorwich Weather Centre
12mphLydd Airport

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UK to USA 2014 - Tornado Alley
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The 2014 season saw some deadly tornado outbreaks and the teams do not only go to photograph and witness severe weather but also to report it to the local agencies such as the National Weather Service. This aids the agencies in gaining a perspective of what is happening from visual observations, as well as Doppler radar