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 Climate change are we really getting warmer? Steve Boyle reviews 100 years of data for Scotland to find out.

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 Lewisg visits Garachico in Northern Tenerife.

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Steve Boyle has a seasonal short story.

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Hurricanes are in the news again but how do they develop? In her weather special Wijkie Explains  "A hurricane is a type of tropical cyclone, which is a generic term for a low pressure system that generally forms in the tropics. The cyclone is accompanied by thunderstorms and, in the Northern Hemisphere, a counter clockwise circulation of winds near the earth's surface.
Tropical cyclones with maximum sustained surface winds of less than 39 mph are called "tropical depressions". 
Once the tropical cyclone reaches winds of at least 39 mph they are typically called a "tropical storm" and assigned a name. 
If winds reach 74 mph, then they are called: a "hurricane".... "
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 Cooking for someone special? then why not try Mussels and Omelette Arnold Bennet

Summer may be over but if your looking ahead to next year then The moray Coast in Northern Scotland is well worth a visit as Steve Boyle found out. If you’re looking for a holiday location that offers long sandy beaches, historic castles and battlefields, walking and climbing and great visitor attractions then the Moray coast is just what you’re looking for. The Moray coast runs eastwards from Inverness. There is a wide variety of accommodation to suit every budget and taste. Sitting in the shadow of the Cairn Gorms the weather is often warm and dry. The area was known as the Rivera of the north because of its mild summer climate. We stayed on a cottage on a family run mixed farm on the edge of the Cawdor estate....


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