Archive for October 9th, 2012

NAO Ensemble Uncertainty Leaves Rest of October Open To Question

NAO Ensemble Uncertainty Leaves Rest of October Open To Question

I’ve seen a few mentions floating around and some folks have also asked me about the prospects of a late month Greenland block developing and an early taste to winter here in the UK. Right now I am kinda sitting on the fence or at least not jumping too quick as there is a lot […]

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Blizzard Gives To Clear Blue and -42C With Temp Free-fall Next 24 Hours At Summit Camp, Greenland

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Blizzard Gives To Clear Blue and -42C With Temp Free-fall Next 24 Hours At Summit Camp, Greenland

Thought I would give you a quick post on how the weather’s looking up in Greenland these days. Big different in 24 hours!. We often talk about the NAO and the Greenland block in relation to our weather but what’s the weather like up there at the moment.. Here was the conditions yesterday at Summit Camp, which […]

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TUE 9 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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TUE 9 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Shutterstock General Synopsis The general synopsis as of 3.30pm today supports two areas of low pressure positioned near Iceland and another two centres positioned W,SW of the UK. Sandwiched in between is a bubble of high pressure which dominates the central North Atlantic and extends across the Northern and central UK bringing fine and settled weather. […]

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