Archive for August 22nd, 2012

The Slower Isaac Takes To Organise, The More He’s Likely To Head For Gulf (Includes Video!)

The Slower Isaac Takes To Organise, The More He’s Likely To Head For Gulf (Includes Video!)

Organisation & Initial Intensity Could Mean Difference Between Heading For East Coast or Gulf As Isaac continues to wax and wane as he enters the eastern Caribbean having endured dry air and wind shear. The same question remains despite what the models are suggesting and that is, when will this storm intensify. I really do […]

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AUTUMN FORECAST 2012: September Through November Looks Warm/Wet For UK

Written by on August 22, 2012 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 2 Comments
AUTUMN FORECAST 2012: September Through November Looks Warm/Wet For UK

As we progress towards September and autumn we have varying influences which play into our weather pattern over the forthcoming 3 months. El Nino being one of them and the likely reason for such a wet summer as well as the cold mode of the PDO and warm AMO. Autumn of course is the transition period […]

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Zonal Flow Across N. Hem Supports Active Low Pressure Train From North America to UK (Includes Video!)

Written by on August 22, 2012 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
Zonal Flow Across N. Hem Supports Active Low Pressure Train From North America to UK (Includes Video!)

With blocking highs over top of the mid-latitudes and up in the high latitudes, a zonal (west-east) flow pattern has developed following the highly amplified pattern across the hemisphere of late. Sandwiched between the blocking high over the subtropical high, a rather active North America to Europe storm train is in place. Note the below […]

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BREAKING: Tropical Storm Isaac Is Born In Atlantic, ECMWF Takes It Towards Mobile, Alabama

BREAKING: Tropical Storm Isaac Is Born In Atlantic, ECMWF Takes It Towards Mobile, Alabama

Since going to bed some 3 hours ago and now I’m back up.. Isaac has been declared and the latest European run continues to take this into the Gulf as a strong hurricane. The overal track looks more and more likely to be skirting SOUTH of the big islands and perhaps making a direct hit […]

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ECMWF Brings Fiery Heat Back To Montana & Dakotas Early Next Week, Also a Katrina-like Hurricane Too!

ECMWF Brings Fiery Heat Back To Montana & Dakotas Early Next Week, Also a Katrina-like Hurricane Too!

Just when you thought those terrible, torturous 90s and 100s was done with the Plains for another summer you happen to look at the ECMWF and go, OH NO! Yes, the heat which has baked the Great Basin and West this month, a complete reversal to the overall summer of 2012 is returning to the […]

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