Geo Map with all the extreme weather events that occurred in Europe (Great Britain included) and Forecast Weather Alarm. All informations are taken from European Severe Whater Database (https://www.eswd. eu) for extreme event occurred (video and media), alarms are taken from http://www.meteoalarm. eu (EUMETNET, network grouping European National Meteorological Services). You can found all extreme events occurred in the last 24/48/168 hours and Extremem Weather Alarms for next 48 hoursEvents you can find are: 1. Dust devil: A vortex not associated with a convective storm, typically between a few metres to a few tens of metres in diameter2. Gustnado: A vortex occurring along a gust front of a convective storm that is visible by material that is lifted off the earth's surface3. Heavy rain: Heavy rain defined here as rain falling in such large amounts, that significant damage is caused 4. Large hail: The falling of hailstones having a diameter (in the longest direction) of 2.0 centimetres or more and/or smaller hailstones that form a layer of 2.0 cm thickness or more on flat parts of the earth's surface5. Tornado: A tornado or waterspout is a vortex typically between a few metres to a few kilometres in diameter, extending between a convective cloud and the earth's surface, that may be visible by condensation of water and/or by material (e.g. water, in case of a waterspout) that is lifted off the earth's surface. 6. Severe wind: A severe wind gust is a gust measured to have a speed of at least 25 m/s7. Heavy snowfall/snowstorm: Snow (or snow grains) and/or snowstorm in an amount that causes - or is capable of causing - important disruptions of daily life and/or considerable material or economical damage. 8. Ice accumulation: Accumulations of ice on the earth's surface and/or objects (such as power lines) in an amount that causes - or is capable of causing - important disruptions of daily life and/or considerable material damage or economical damage, not including ice accumulations resulting primarily from snowfall9. Avalanche: A rapid flow of snow down a slope. 10. Damaging lightning: A lightning strike causing important damage to aircraft, vehicles, ships, or injuring/killing people or animals. 11. FunnelcloudAlarms you can find are: 1. Wind 2. Snow/Ice 3. Thunderstorms 4. Fog 5. Extreme high temperature 6. Extreme low temperature 7. Coastal Event 8. Forestfire 9. Avalanches 10. Rain 11. Flood 12. Rain-Flood With 3 severity levels: Yellow: The weather is potentially dangerous. The weather phenomena that have been forecast are not unusual, but be attentive if you intend to practice activities exposed to meteorological risks. Keep informed about the expected meteorological conditions and do not take any avoidable risk. Orange: The weather is dangerous. Unusual meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Damage and casualties are likely to happen. Be very vigilant and keep regularly informed about the detailed expected meteorological conditions. Be aware of the risks that might be unavoidable. Follow any advice given by your authorities. Red: The weather is very dangerous. Exceptionally intense meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Major damage and accidents are likely, in many cases with threat to life and limb, over a wide area. Keep frequently informed about detailed expected meteorological conditions and risks. Follow orders and any advice given by your authorities under all circumstances, be prepared for extraordinary measures.