>13 December, 2010

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>Today’s Top Weather Stories
On Weather & Climate Through the Eyes of Mark Vogan

NOTICE: TOMORROW’S POST WILL HAVE A SPECIAL DISCUSSION AS WELL AS VIDEO DISCUSSION ON UPCOMING ARCTIC BLAST FOR THE UK BY MARK VOGAN!

Hype or Reality?
WEATHER: 35,000 DEATHS FEAR IN NEW ARCTIC BLIZZARDS
Daily Express

The coldest since 1894

Wales Nature

Weekend Blizzard Goes Down in the Record Books
AccuWeather News

Arctic Cold Returning to the United Kingdom
AccuWeather

Middle East countries hit by storms
BBC

Today’s Weather across America
From AccuWeather

Bitterly Cold Lows in Florida to End Midweek
AccuWeather

More Flooding Rain to Menace the Northwest
AccuWeather

Snow, Arctic Cold Reach I-95 Northeast
AccuWeather

Weather Talk
By Mark Vogan

Northern Minnesota welcomes America’s first -30s of winter!

This morning dawned as Minnesota and much of the northern tier of the US shivered the the lowest readimngs of winter so far. At 34 below zero, Babbit, Minnesota takes the frozen cake for coldest so far with a 32 below zero at International Falls a close runner up. Whilst Minneapolis was a relatively balmier -8 and Chicago +7, tonight promises to see the first sub 10-below zero reading in Minneapolis and first zero or colder in Chicago as winter tightens it’s grip across the Lower 48.

Vagaries of the Weather
India & Sub-Continental Asia Weather
By Rajesh Kapadia

coming soon!

What’s Reaching Today’s Blogs?

Midwest Monster Mauls Minneapolis Metrodome and More
Jesse Ferrell, AccuWeather

Upcoming Storms Will Be Farther South
Joe Lundburg, AccuWeather

Monday Morning Video Update – A Look at the Cold, Lake Snow, Flooding, Weekend storm.
Henry Margusity, AccuWeather

Today’s Extremes here at my house

High: 28 degrees
Low: 16 degrees

TODAY’S CONDITIONS
Snowcover: 2 inches
Another day well below seasonal averages for the time of year and yet another day which didn’t get out of the 20s here locally thanks to patchy 2 inch snowcover remaining on the ground and yes, it’s frozen solid as temperatures remain low 24 hrs a day. It really was a beautiful day with abundant winter sunshine outside of those persistent and stubborn patches of freezing fog which lingered  particularly over central belt areas throughout much of the day. Tonight like last night has already as of 8pm dropped back into the teens and it’s likely to fall towards the 16 degree mark like it was this morning.

Thanks for reading.
-Mark

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