Met Office

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Met Office

(mɛt)
n
(Physical Geography) (in Britain) a national weather-forecasting service
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met office

n (Brit) → Wetteramt nt

Met Office

n (Brit) the Met Officel'Ufficio meteorologico
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'Isolated heavy falls may generate flash flooding in Battagram, Torghar, Shangla and Mansehra districts, while land sliding in the vulnerable areas of these districts cannot be ruled out,' said a statement from the Pakistan Metrological Office.
Tenders are invited for horticulture work in connection with M/o hort work at metrological office, rajinder nagar phase-i bantalab jammu.
Chairman Mufti Muneebur Rehman, addressing a press conference at Metrological Office Karachi, said that Zonal Ruet-e-Hilal committees of all the provinces could not witness moon of Shawal on Thursday in any part of the country.
According to website of the Pakistan Metrological Office highest pollen count was 7,153 per cubic meter (PCM) on Friday in Sector H-8 Islamabad.
The central committee for moon-sighting met at Metrological Office in Karachi, which after deliberating over reports from Zonal committees announced that moon has not been sighted.
PESHAWAR -- The provincial metrological office Sunday forecasted cloudy weather for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The growers were asked to apply fertilizer, water and pesticide following the weather condition from Metrological office.
Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.5 on the Richter scale according to the US Geological Survey with the Pakistan Metrological Office giving its severity at 8.1 spread a wave of terror throughout the country.
It's very rare for this time of year too and it's covering the entire region," a Cypriot metrological office official told Reuters.
The Metrological Office said the minimum temperature remained 12 degree Celsius but the strong winds added to the chill factor, which was why people were feeling the colder weather.
The Main Japanese Metrological Office warned of increased risks of floods, landslides, mountain avalanches.
He added: "It's extraordinarily complicated when you have to check with the Metrological Office whether your pasty at Greggs is Vatable."