Archive for October 11th, 2012

Stalled Boundary To Bring 2-4 Inch Rains From Scottish Borders to North Highlands

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Stalled Boundary To Bring 2-4 Inch Rains From Scottish Borders to North Highlands

The slow moving frontal boundary responsible for all of today and tonight’s rain across the UK will eventually reach the east coast by morning as the low pressure centre pushes out over the North Sea and then stalls and meanders around for a further 72+ hours. That is a problem! The position of the low […]

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THURS 11 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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THURS 11 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Shutterstock General Synopsis The general synoptic chart consists of a low pressure system moving slowly northeast across the UK over the next 24 to 36 hours and deepening from 1000mb to nearer 994 mb by Friday morning. An active frontal boundary producing the rains will be slow moving, presenting a flood risk for mainy but […]

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SoCal Storm, Severe Weather, Northeast Cold

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SoCal Storm, Severe Weather, Northeast Cold

Sorry guys for the LATE US post for today. I promise. I will look in greater detail at the US situation Thursday afternoon, especially since there’s lot’s going on. I am rushing off so want to leave some quick thoughts. Ok, so we’ve a big cut off┬ástorm system (riding the southern branch of the jet) […]

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