Archive for June 2nd, 2012

My Forecasting Mission!

Written by on June 2, 2012 in North and South America, Rest of Europe with 0 Comments
My Forecasting Mission!

This 500mb height anomaly chart is one of many I will be looking and sharing with you (Courtesy of Penn-State E-wall In coming weeks and months I intend on studying and showing you more and more examples of the vast array of computer forecast models we have for short, medium and long range which we have at our fingertips each day. This […]

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London Turns Wet & Cold As We Mark Our Queens 60 Year Reign

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London Turns Wet & Cold As We Mark Our Queens 60 Year Reign

What a change from just 72 hours ago when large swathes of England enjoyed glorious bright sunshine and warm temperatures soaring as high as 26C. While we’re seeing a sharp temperature drop from mid 20sC down to high teens today, we’ll see a further and sharper drop tomorrow with Sunday, considered the main day of the jubilee celebrations […]

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Lines Of Dangerous Thunderstorms Are Impacting The Mid-Atlantic

Written by on June 2, 2012 in United States of America with 0 Comments
Lines Of Dangerous Thunderstorms Are Impacting The Mid-Atlantic

This radar map for the Mid-Atlantic (courtesy of The Weather Channel) shows the two lines of strong storms spreading east There are currently two very distinct lines of thunderstorms pushing east from the Ohio Valley towards the East Coast. The leading line is currently pushing through the DC area while the secondary line is further back nearer […]

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