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Global and Regional Climate Virtual Issue

Last updated:
9 August 2017
Each year since 1995 Weather has published a Global and Regional Climate paper, and for the first time we have pulled them together into one Virtual Issue. Written by members of staff of the Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research the series reviews climate across the world, analyses global temperature and precipitation in the previous year and comments on possible causes. In 2016, there is a clear indication of the significant warmth of last year's temperature record, both globally and in Europe. The series is free to read until 15th September 2017.

AMOS 30th Anniversary Virtual Issue

Last updated:
9 August 2017
In celebration of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society's 30th anniversary, James Galvin, editor of Weather, has pulled together a collection of articles which are free to read for a short time.

Canadian Meteorology Society Virtual Issue

In celebration of the Canadian Meteorological Society's 50th anniversary, James Galvin, editor of Weather, has pulled together a collection of articles which are free to read for a short time.

Editor's Highlights

Last updated:
4 October 2016
The Editor, Jim Galvin, would like to thank all authors of Weather papers for their valuable contributions to the journal. This selection of 12 papers published in the  years 2013 and 2014 are particular highlights which show the range of subjects covered.  To submit a paper to Weather follow this link or go to https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/weather

In This Issue

Last updated:
4 October 2016
Here you can find the "In This Issue" editorials written by Jim Galvin

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