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the United Nations agency concerned with the international collection of meteorological data

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I then sent the photo to The Cloud Appreciation Society and the World Meteorological Organisation, one of whom posted the photo on the weather club blog on the internet and it has gone viral.
The World Meteorological Organisation, the UN's weather agency experts, has placed at 80 per cent the chances of an El Nino weather event recurring in the Pacific Ocean by yearend, between October and November.
The years 2001 to 2011 were all among the warmest on record, and this year looks set to be no exception, despite a weather pattern which has a cooling effect on temperatures, the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) said.
Afghanistan joined the World Meteorological Organisation in 1956.
These included reports by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Chong reiterated the main points which included international flights being able to operate normally into and out of Japan's major airports, excluding those affected by the tsunami, according to information from the World Health Organisation, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the World Meteorological Organisation and the International Civil Aviation Organisation.
Figures from the World Meteorological Organisation highlighted freak warm weather conditions worldwide in 2010 - with summer temperatures in Moscow 7.
Summary: Geneva, April 20, 2010, SPA -- A low pressure weather system moving into Iceland should help clear the volcanic ash cloud that has disrupted flights across Europe within days, Reuters quoted an expert from the World Meteorological Organisation as saying today.
WITH climate change, the frequency and magnitude of droughts are very likely to increase, according to the World Meteorological Organisation.
The condition, which is linked to warmer surface temperatures in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean during the latter months of the year, is already being associated with an intense drought in south Asia, said the World Meteorological Organisation.
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