Every single day, millions of people tune in to the weather forecast. Whether dreaming of a white Christmas, planning an activity, or just wanting to know what to wear tomorrow, we all rely on the weather and the science of meteorology to predict and plan for our future. But, how much do you really know about it?
From preparing people for how the weather and climate change may affect them personally to supporting policymakers, international aid workers and industries in their operational decisions, national meteorological services around the world have a key role to play. In the UK, this is the Met Office, which has been instrumental in the development of weather and climate science since its inception in 1854. Its core mission is as true today as it was then – helping people make better decisions to stay safe and thrive.
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