Archive for October 4th, 2012

Early Snows Blanket Canadian Prairies, Northern Rockies/Plains

Early Snows Blanket Canadian Prairies, Northern Rockies/Plains

It all started off with the recurvature of Super Typhoon Jelawat following a hit on Japan. This system was shown on modelling as a recurving storm and for many years, forecasters in the US would look at this as a sign of a ridge building up the western flank of North America while a trough dropping into the […]

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THURS 4 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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THURS 4 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Shutterstock General Synopsis The overall synoptic chart across the Atlantic is currently very complex with many low pressure centres dominating. The nearest low to the UK is north of Shetland at around 988 mb and over the next 24 hours it will track east and deepen, becoming a decent storm for southern Scandinavia. It is this low which has dominated the […]

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