The United Kingdom Weather Radar Network
Twenty years of research and development have led to the establishment of an integrated operational weather radar network in the United Kingdom. The system produces quantitative measurements of surface precipitation which are used for real-time flood prediction and short period weather forecasting.
KeywordsComposite Image Water Authority Weather Radar Surface Rainfall Radar Site
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