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Biographical entry Fletcher, Peter (1943 - )

Kent, England


Peter Fletcher joined the UK Meteorological Office in 1962. He worked as an Assistant at RAF Bomber Command in High Wycombe, as Officer-in-Charge (meteorology) on weather ships in the North Atlantic for two years and later as a forecaster at RAF stations in the UK and the Middle East. He joined the Bureau of Meteorology as a Technical Officer in 1970 and has served at Brisbane, Townsville, Cairns, Mt Isa and Williamtown in a variety of positions. He authored Seventy-Five Years at Willis Island, Metarch Papers No. 9, 1996, on the meteorological history of the storm-warning wireless station on Willis Island.

Published resources


  • Fletcher, P., Seventy-Five Years at Willis Island, Metarch Papers No. 9 (Bureau of Meteorology, 1996). Details

Journal Articles

  • Fletcher, Peter, 'Queensland Regional Director Calls it a Day', Weather News, 325 (August 2000) (2000), 15. Details


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Helen Morgan