Archive for October 3rd, 2012

Strong Cold Front Brings Snow, Wind & 40°F Temp Drops Over Rockies, N. Plains

Strong Cold Front Brings Snow, Wind & 40°F Temp Drops Over Rockies, N. Plains

Temperatures were in the 70s and 80s yesterday over Montana and during the overnight hours, the first of two strong cold fronts swept through dropping temperatures sharply and forcing snow to break out. These snows were falling earlier in the day yesterday over British Columbia and Alberta as the cold air rished south on the […]

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Frost Threat Next Few Nights, Decent Weekend On Cards, Uncertainly Over Next Week (Includes Video!)

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Frost Threat Next Few Nights, Decent Weekend On Cards, Uncertainly Over Next Week (Includes Video!)

Back on Sunday I made mention of the frost threat Wednesday night and probably Thursday night too as a clear slot developed in between systems. Sure enough, the North Highlands got off to a cold start this morning with a widespread frost following a night of clear, calm skies. Though chilly further south, a breeze as well as passing showers kept temperatures […]

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WED 3 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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WED 3 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Shutterstock General Synopsis The overall synopsis supports a two large troughs either side of the North Atlantic Ocean with one positioned over the British Isles and the other over the Northwest Atlantic. Both are complex with multiple centres.There is a fairly deep trough now well over the UK with low heights supporting very cold air […]

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