Archive for June 26th, 2012

Denver Ties All-Time Record Of 105 Yesterday, Could See It Again Today While It Could Near 120 In Kansas

Denver Ties All-Time Record Of 105 Yesterday, Could See It Again Today While It Could Near 120 In Kansas

The ridge over the Plains states is incredible as today would mark a 4th consecutive day above 100 in Denver following a tie of the all-time record of 105 yesterday. Today could level that again and I guess there is a small chance we could even see a new all-time high for the Mile High […]

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Warmth, Humidity Merges With A Lot Of Moisture Over UK

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Warmth, Humidity Merges With A Lot Of Moisture Over UK

  Today has been one long day with a rise of 1.45am. Once home from my daily 300 mile drive I had a brief time to start my TS Debby write-up before meeting with my web designer. I spent from 3 till 7pm this evening talking with him about various aspects of the site and […]

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Debby Dumps 12-20 Inches Of Rain In 24-Hours Resulting In Extreme Flooding!

Debby Dumps 12-20 Inches Of Rain In 24-Hours Resulting In Extreme Flooding!

Much of North Florida is ultimately a disaster zone with the focus on hardest hit Wakulla County where a Civil Emergency has been declared. A massive amount of rain fallen over the past 24 hours across the Panhandle. As you can see from the graphic below provided by the Tallahassee NWS showing rainfall totals from […]

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2.30am Tropical Storm Debby Update

2.30am Tropical Storm Debby Update

Unfortunately, since my update back during yesterday afternoon there is litte change in Debby except she is down by 5 mph. Max sustained winds remain at 45 mph, pressure is 993mb and she is stalled. Now we know the wind aspect isn’t the main feature but it’s the persistency in piling up of┬áthe water with […]

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