warm front


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the front of an advancing mass of warmer air

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The jet stream will be fairly close to the cold front, but further from the warm front due to the weaker slope.
A spokesman for Carillion, which took over Warm Front last year, said: "In these instances we have fallen short of the high standards we set and naturally we apologise for the inconvenience.
Caroline Flint, Labour's shadow energy and climate change secretary, claimed Warm Front under spent by pounds 50 million last year.
It is worth noting that Warm Front is not, and never has been, designed to provide an emergency service.
The Warm Front grant provides a package of energy efficiency and heating measures up to the value of pounds 2,700.
Does the map show a cold front or warm front near Louisville, Kentucky?
This year's tournament is a week earlier than last season's stop, but stable water levels and a timely warm front could produce a remarkable catch.
Across the northern plains, a warm front (B) is bringing a lot of aviation weather problems with it.
Washington and Sunderland MP Sharon Hodgson teamed up with Consumer Focus, Citizens Advice, Age UK and National Children's Bureau to launch an awareness push on free heating help available for the poorest households through the Warm Front scheme.
The Coalition has slashed this year's budget for the once-popular Warm Front scheme by more than 70% compared to 2010.
Wansbeck MP Ian Lavery says up to pounds 25m in Warm Front grants is in danger of going begging nationally because not enough people know about the scheme.
The Warm Front scheme which offers heating and insulation improvements to people on low incomes has seen a dramatic decline in applications this year.
Yet last week the Warm Front scheme to aid them was closed to newcomers.
Support services provider eaga, which operates the Warm Front scheme, employs around 200 staff in the Tees Valley and County Durham and 1,500 region-wide.
City leaders said even initiatives like the Warm Front grant, a government scheme which offers support towards the cost of making homes energy efficient, often left households needing to find extra cash tomake up the cost of work.