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BBC Weather World takes voyage into English Channel with PML scientists

 

Weather World is presented by BBC Weather's Nick Miller and reveals the stories and science behind some of the year's wildest weather.

In this programme, focusing on weather observing, Nick tests his sea legs as he takes a journey into the English Channel with PML scientists, to find out what information can be gathered from the scientific data buoys in the English Channel, operated and developed by PML and the UK Met Office as part of the oceanographic time-series known as the Western Channel Observatory.

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