Heavy rain ends hose ban

September 2010
Utility Week;9/3/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that United Facilities has lifted its hosepipe ban following rainfall in July and August 2010.


Related Articles

  • COPYCAT PAGE: CALCULATE A RAINDROP'S SIZE.  // Wild About Weather;2005, p67 

    This article presents information about calculating the volumes of various raindrops. Raindrops reach a maximum size before breaking into smaller drops. Contrary to popular belief, falling rain is not teardrop shaped. One needs to cut a 15-centimeter-by-15-centimeter square into a nylon hose....

  • Pilot Analysis of Hourly Rainfall in Central and Eastern Amazonia. Cutrim, Elen M.C.; Martin, David W.; Butzow, Dean G.; Silva, Isa M.; Yulaeva, Elena // Journal of Climate;4/1/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p1326 

    This paper presents results of a pilot study of rainfall along the part of the Amazon River that flows through Brazil. Rain was measured at three stations, one for each of three regimes: coastal, interior bottomland, and interior upland. For each station the record from 1 January 1988 through...

  • A window of warmth after weeks of rain. Madenski, Melissa // Christian Science Monitor;1/27/95, Vol. 87 Issue 43, p16 

    Describes the author's experience with incessant rain in Oregon. Details of the golf course and the wildlife in winter.

  • Where is the ice of yesteryear? Gould, John // Christian Science Monitor;1/31/97, Vol. 89 Issue 46, p17 

    Opinion. Contends that rather than having the usual heavy snow during the month of January, Maine is experiencing heavy rains. Reference to the kind of weather experienced during the author's childhood.

  • The perfect opportunity for people-watching. LePelley, Richard // Christian Science Monitor;1/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 42, p16 

    Opinion. Reports on a rainy day in Florida, as motorists tried to crossed a street that had descended into an enormous deep water way. Motorists' attitudes towards finding ways to cross.

  • What makes a rainy day? Albers, D. // Sierra;Nov/Dec89, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p104 

    Explains the scientific principles behind rain.

  • Spin fact.  // National Geographic World;Jun96, Issue 250, p13 

    Presents information on rainfall in Asia and India. Combination of monsoon rains and melted snow; Highest rainfall in Cherrapunji, India; Amount of rainfall recorded.

  • Modeling raindrop size distribution and Z(R) relations in the Western Mediterranean Area. Cerro, Carlos; Codina, Bernat // Journal of Applied Meteorology;Nov97, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p1470 

    Presents a study showing the results of the modeling of drop size distributions (DSD) which was observed during a year study in Barcelona. How the study was conducted; Relationships that were found between rain rate R and other moments of DSD.

  • On combining instruments. Fokianos, Konstantinos; Kedem, Benjamin; Qin, Jing; Hafferman, Jeffrey L.; Short, David A. // Journal of Applied Meteorology;Feb98, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p220 

    Provides information on an analysis for measuring rain rates. Information on an semiparametric model; Indepth look at combining real rader and rediometer data.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics