The power of oscillation

The power of oscillation

Met Office – UK Weather published this video item, entitled “The power of oscillation” – below is their description.

Audio only podcast series in which Met Office scientists talk about the fascinating subject of weather.

In this episode: Oscillation – a powerful driver of global weather that can influence everything from Australian heatwaves to frost in the UK.

With speakers Jeff Norwood-Brown, Professor Adam Scaife, Penny Tranter, Helen Roberts and Dr. Catherine Ross.

Producer: Clare Nasir

The Met Office is the United Kingdom’s national weather service. Our website carries the latest UK and global weather forecasts, detailed information on weather types and climate science and UK weather records for previous months, seasons and years.

Met Office – UK Weather YouTube Channel

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