Archive for October, 2012
In case you were wondering. Due to the unprecidented impact of Hurricane Sandy on the US in recent days, I have delayed the release of my winter forecast by 24 hours… Stay tuned.
Shutterstock Scotland After a fairly damp, chilly day, tonight will be mainly dry with some rain and hill snow for the Southwest, elsewhere a mix of cloud with clear spells will allow temperatures to fall to near freezing so watch out for icy patches through the overnight. Lows near 1-3C for most. Tomorrow is largely fine, […]
I wanted to put this up for you in case you haven’t seen it. Jim has become the face of The Weather Channel, he’s a great meteorologist, one of the best in the business and a hero of mine. I am very fortunate to know Jim and it;’s an honor to have him visit this […]
At one point, the circulation of Superstorm Sandy was 1,500 miles across stretching from Canada to Florida says @JimCantore. Follow my tweets on Sandy as well as watch live storm coverage brought by The Weather Channel throughout tonight. CLICK ON ‘HURRICANE SANDY LATEST’ at the top of the homepage!! No subscription is nessesary.. I will have photos, […]
Scotland Tuesday night into Wednesday morning will be somewhat wet and windy as a weather system pushes through bringing a rather dreary start to Halloween. While the first half of Wednesday looks wet and windy, I am optimistic that conditions should improve through the afternoon and particularly into the evening hours. The strong winds of […]
Scotland After a dull, damp, breezy and cool day, tonight will turn wetter and windier for most, particularly for western areas, it’a all thanks to a cold front that’s associated with a deep low which will pass by just to the north. Expect string southwest winds everywhere tonight with heavy rain to accompany, making it’s […]
I shall be back on the road, but will be updated my live twitter feed constantly throughout tonight. While following the live updates you can also watch live coverage of Superstorm Sandy via The Weather Channel!
Hurricane Sandy is making landfall around Cape May, New Jersey as of this writing and it appears it has broken the record for the lowest ever barometric pressure in the Northeast, beating the infamous 1938 hurricane with 940 mb. The system is causing havoc up and down the coast as well as for hundreds of […]
Shutterstock Scotland A cold northwest upper flow will keep it cool throughout the week and embedded within that flow will be fronts which will bring periods of snow to hills, a cold rain at low levels. Through tonight and it’s a chilly night and following showers, especially in the east, skies clear, temperatures drop and this […]
Sandy remains a fully tropical system within it’s core which has gotten much better organised over the past 12 hours with a slow decrease in pressure. The outer areas of this storm is injesting more cold core, baroclinic properties but while the storm outwith the truely tropical core is more Nor’easter-like, do not let this […]