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Comms Room

Communication has always played a very large part in ensuring that meteorological information is transmitted swiftly and accurately from one place to another for analysis, even if that other place is across the world. Every met office has always had a comms room or access to the comcen on board during the very early days. All ex met staff are familiar with this concept; this part of our web site is no different to any other met office – we need a comms set-up. In this case not to collect data or send the latest forecast but to communicate with our members and for our members and other interested parties to communicate with us. As the meerkat would say – “Simples”!


On this Site - Just follow the links
Please sign our guestbook, particularly those who find us for the first time. Our last website had a guestbook that ran to well over 100 pages and contained a veritable who's who of the branch. In the contact us section you can get in touch directly with any member of the team. Contact us generates an email message to the relevant team member. You own email address and other information are kept strictly private.
Follow us on Facebook.Cloudobservers get everywhere. For those fans of facebook we have our own set up. Sorry we have no Teleprinters, Mufax or B40 Radios for you to use however, at the end of the day there is nothing stopping you putting a letter in the post. The Secretary (TSB) would be delighted to hear from you.