Archive for September 13th, 2012

Ensembles Show Tanking NAO/AO Which Could Bring Early Cold, Snow To Iceland, UK, USA Next 10-20 Days!

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Ensembles Show Tanking NAO/AO Which Could Bring Early Cold, Snow To Iceland, UK, USA Next 10-20 Days!

We have a very interesting pattern is evolving across the Northern Hemisphere over the next 2-3 weeks starting early next week as the latest ensembles suggest a significant tanking in both the NAO and AO. This follows a couple of weeks of positive. In the chart above, this shows the level of blocking expected and you can clearly see this […]

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Strongest Winds Hit Tonight Into Tomorrow across Scotland, Northern Ireland!

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Strongest Winds Hit Tonight Into Tomorrow across Scotland, Northern Ireland!

Thought I would do a brief post just to clarify how strong I think winds will be overnight tonight. While not a big deal really south of Cumbria with a stiff breeze blowing for most, it should be a rather windy old night throughout Scotland and across the northern half of Northern Ireland and the Donegal areas […]

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A Cold Shot Is Coming To Great Lakes, Midwest Next Week, Big Rain Potential Along East Coast

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A Cold Shot Is Coming To Great Lakes, Midwest Next Week, Big Rain Potential Along East Coast

A trough trough with some very cold air by September standards is set to drop out of Central Canada next week and this appears to have the potential to end the growing season for many from the Canadian border of Minnesota-Michigan all the way down towards central Missouri. Widespread lows mid next week could be […]

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Slow Moving T-Storms Dump Record, Flooding Rains To Las Vegas

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Slow Moving T-Storms Dump Record, Flooding Rains To Las Vegas

Sept 11, 2012 made the history books in the Las Vegas area as it became the wettest Sept day on record as slow moving thunderstorms dropped 1.18 inches of rain in a matter of just a few hours. This caused significant flash flooding to creeks, streams, streets and even homes. Multiple rescues had to be carried […]

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