Archive for October 15th, 2012

MY MEMORY: The Great Storm of 1987 Struck 25 Years Ago Today!

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MY MEMORY: The Great Storm of 1987 Struck 25 Years Ago Today!

THIS INCREDIBLE STORM WAS A TRUE ONCE IN A LIFETIME AND LIFECHANGING EVENT IN MY LIFE, THE VERY EVENT WHICH SEEDED MY INTEREST AND LIFELONG PASSION IN WEATHER. IT’S A STORM WHICH WILL LIVE WITH MY FOREVER… Winds in Norfolk gusted to 122 mph In London 94 mph Central pressure dropped to 953 mb off SW England […]

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No Arctic Air In Mix This Week But Coldest Air Of Season Next Week For Montana

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No Arctic Air In Mix This Week But Coldest Air Of Season Next Week For Montana

HERE IS THE POST WHICH I TRIED TO POST LAST NIGHT BUT THE SITE WENT DOWN AS I HIT POST… Like we saw over the weekend with a storm pushing into California and crossing the Plains, another system comes acalling into the Pacific Northwest by late Wed-Thurs and intensifies as it enters the Plains. By Thursday, […]

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MON 15 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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MON 15 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Shutterstock Scotland The first low of the week will swing a front into southern Britain tonight and while Scottish skies shall remain fairlu clear and calm for a large part of tonight, cloud and rain looks to p-ush into the South of Scotland early tomorrow morning. Frost and temps near freezing will be likely across […]

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