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Latest Thoughts On The 2012-13 UK & USA Autumn & Winter Seasons (Includes Video!)

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Latest Thoughts On The 2012-13 UK & USA Autumn & Winter Seasons (Includes Video!)

Well we are now fast approaching the end of meteorological summer 2012 and for many of you, the questions about what kind of winter lies ahead are starting to come in. There are many aspects which must be considered when looking at long range forecasts and so I shall try to briefly share what factors and drivers play significant roles but I will go into […]

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French Health Authority On Alert As Paris Soars to 100° Today, All-Time Record of 104° Could Be Threatened Tomorrow

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French Health Authority On Alert As Paris Soars to 100° Today, All-Time Record of 104° Could Be Threatened Tomorrow

The French health authority is on high alert this weekend as temperatures climb to rare and potentially record territory and values not seen since the deadly heatwave of August 2003. All week long the models have been incredibly persisted in building a tremendous blast of heat north from the Sahara with 100s expected to extend from southern Spain all […]

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Tropical Storm Helene Forms In Gulf, Has Mexico In Sights, Storm Watches In Affect Over Azores For Gordon!

Tropical Storm Helene Forms In Gulf, Has Mexico In Sights, Storm Watches In Affect Over Azores For Gordon!

Tropical Storm Helene What was once Tropical Depression 7, became Tropical Storm Helene earlier today in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Helene is currently a weak 45 mph storm which will continue to take a northwest track which as you can see from the below forecast track off The National Hurricane Centre would take her into the Mexican coast […]

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