Archive for August 31st, 2012

Isaac Will Rain Itself Out Over Ohio Valley In Coming Days, Cooldown Coming Next, Watching Leslie

Isaac Will Rain Itself Out Over Ohio Valley In Coming Days, Cooldown Coming Next, Watching Leslie

Over the next few days we should see Isaac begin to dissipate but it’s been a long ride with this system dumping 10-20 inches of rain over LA, MS, AL and this is extending northwards into the areas which need the rain badly. The next 2-3 days will see some decent rains push into the Midwest and […]

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Mixed Bag This Weekend Across UK, Ridge Builds Later Next Week As Hurricane Kirk Falls Apart

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Mixed Bag This Weekend Across UK, Ridge Builds Later Next Week As Hurricane Kirk Falls Apart

For those in search of seeing some wild weather from Hurricane Kirk here across the British Isles and Ireland next week, well you’ll be sorely dissapointed I’m afraid as models continue to show this feature disappear off the map by day 5 as it’s absorbed within the Azores high. Saturday-Sunday pose opposites from north to […]

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Many UK Towns & Cities Endure Coldest August Night On Record!

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Many UK Towns & Cities Endure Coldest August Night On Record!

Yes, you weren’t imagining it, it was cold for a late August morning throughout the UK and yes for some, you had to scrape frost off the car windscreen this morning. It was all thanks to the departure of the latest low pressure system which crossed the UK bringing the usual wind and rain and […]

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Major 7.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Philippines Triggering Tsunami Warnings Across Pacific

Written by on August 31, 2012 in Asia, Hurricane Isaac with 0 Comments
Major 7.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Philippines Triggering Tsunami Warnings Across Pacific

Earlier today, people in the Philippines ran to higher ground as a major undersea earthquake measuring 7.6 magnitude struck, causing strong shaking which lasted a long time according to one person. The epicentre of this earthquake was located roughly 91 miles east of Guiuan in Samar province of Philippines within the Philippine Trench at a depth of 20 miles […]

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Leslie Should Intensify, Likely Get Picked Up By W. Atlantic Trough But ECMWF Has It Near NE Coast Late Next Week!

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Leslie Should Intensify, Likely Get Picked Up By W. Atlantic Trough But ECMWF Has It Near NE Coast Late Next Week!

The timing of a storm intensifying into a fully fledged hurricane can mean the difference between a hit on the US or it remaining a fish storm with a recurve over the western or even central Atlantic depending on positioning and weaknesses within the Mid-Atlantic ridge. As with Isaac, I believed this thing would remain weak […]

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