Archive for October 18th, 2012

Warmest Air Since Mid-September Coming Next Week (Includes Video!)

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Warmest Air Since Mid-September Coming Next Week (Includes Video!)

I’ve been banging on about next week’s warmth since last Sunday and certainly that appears highly likely now but the question for next week is how much sunshine do we get because that will make all the difference as to how warm we get. If there is decent sunshine then I think 21C for London is very possible […]

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Warm & Settled Over Much of Europe, Heavy Rains From Spain to Finland

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Warm & Settled Over Much of Europe, Heavy Rains From Spain to Finland

A huge upper ridge has expanded across the majority of the Europe which is allowing for calm weather and plentiful sunshine. With fairly strong heights aloft, temperatures are running widely 4-8C above normal, particularly where the SW winds are combined with sunshine, that is where you get maximum warmth. On Friday it will be the western interior’s turn for that maximum […]

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THUR 18 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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THUR 18 OCT: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Shutterstock Scotland The unsettled theme continues through this afternoon after a wet morning although we have seen some break in the rain during the early afternoon. Unfortunately that won’t last as we push towards the evening commute. The heavy and persistent rains which affected eastern Northern Ireland through much of today extends across the Channel and into […]

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US NOVEMBER: Storminess Increases, Wild Temperature Swings

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US NOVEMBER: Storminess Increases, Wild Temperature Swings

In the past 10 days the US and overall North America pattern has changed from back through August, September and early October. Since July’s heat, there was at least 3 significant shots of cold during August, Sept and early October with the trough dropping straight into the Central and Eastern states. However in the past […]

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