Archive for June 4th, 2012

Unusual Rains For Calif, Severe Threat Over Idaho, Mont & Southeast, Chilly In Northeast

Unusual Rains For Calif, Severe Threat Over Idaho, Mont & Southeast, Chilly In Northeast

The overall US pattern has a Great Basin ridge pumping 90s all the way to Montana this afternoon, a new trough and storm pushing into the Pacific Northwest will setup a severe weather risk area over the Northern Rockies. A trough will deepen over the Great Lakes and extend all the way down into the Tennessee Valley […]

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Monday’s Vogan’s Views On Europe

Written by on June 4, 2012 in Rest of Europe with 0 Comments

I hope to have a new format for videos coming up very soon!

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Trough Remains Anchored In West, Keeps Pumping Heat Into East, Watch Battleground Inbetween!

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Trough Remains Anchored In West, Keeps Pumping Heat Into East, Watch Battleground Inbetween!

Don’t see much change in the overall setup across Europe through at least the first 16 days of the month with a negative NAO. It looks to remain cool with frequent fronts sweeping through along with a constant northwest flow keeping Northwest Europe  below normal. While we see a trough drapped over the west, this pumps an eastern ridge, […]

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Active Week For NW Europe, Turns Stormy By Thurs/Friday, Blowtorch Looms For Eastern Med

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Active Week For NW Europe, Turns Stormy By Thurs/Friday, Blowtorch Looms For Eastern Med

    Good Afternoon! Hope your enjoying your long Jubilee weekend. While glancing at the models, we have little to shout about this next 10 days regarding warmth over Ireland, UK and NW Europe as a whole. It’s a different story in southern and eastern parts of the continent where temperatures are rising into the […]

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