School of Earth and Environment

Yorkshire Local Centre of the Royal Meteorological Society

The Yorkshire Centre is one of several local centres around the UK that organise regular meetings for those interested in all aspects of meteorology. Speakers present talks on a variety of topics and the meetings provide an opportunity to meet other members socially. Please register for our talks by clicking the "REGISTER HERE!" link next to each talk below or on the 'Future talks' tab.

**Our 2016-17 session has ended. Thank you to all those who have attended this year's talks and supported the Centre. We look forward to seeing you again in September. Please see the Future Talks page for upcoming talks.**



2016 Photo competition winners!

Thank you to everyone who submitted photographs and came to the event, it was a great evening and great way to kick off the festive season! Thanks also to Keeley - the competition judge.

Please see below for a run down of the winning photographs. We shall soon be making all of the photographs available to view following permission from the entrants.

"Best in Yorkshire" as judged by Keeley Donovan
Early morning winter Fewston reservoir, Yorkshire.
Colourful pre-dawn cloud colour. by Rob Pearson
"Best Outside of Yorkshire"
The day to ski high! Inversion at Sun Peaks ski Resort BC – Canada Winter 2016, by Emily Cooke
"Audience's favourite"
Who would be a tree at 7500 feet in winter in British Columbia Canada? February 2016, by Graham Cooke

About the RMS Yorkshire Centre.

Unless stated otherwise, all meetings are held in the Level 8 Seminar Room, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, (directions and map are on the contact page). Tea and coffee is provided in the foyer from 6:30pm, talks all start at 7pm and last about an hour. The talks are free and open to members and non-members alike.

For regular updates about the meetings visit our facebook page: Royal Meteorological Society - Yorkshire Local Centre or twitter account: RMetSoc_Yorkshire.