Archive for December 27th, 2012

US Snowpack Grows 10-Fold In Just 3 Weeks From 6% to 65%

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US Snowpack Grows 10-Fold In Just 3 Weeks From 6% to 65%

A mild, if not warm first 15-18 days of December meant snowcover¬†was minimal and in fact on the 6th it was at a scant 6% and well below normal. While many struggled to believe winter would ever come, the pattern began to change towards the 17-18th and with 7 days before Christmas, the snowpack grew […]

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THURS 27 DEC: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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THURS 27 DEC: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

Scotland It’s a cold, damp start to the evening but skies should clear for a time before more cloud arrives into western areas overnight. Temperatures drop to near freezing everywhere with a touch below under the clearest of skies. As the next band of rain sweeps in overnight, accompanied by strong to gale-force southerly winds, […]

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UK Continues To Get Bombarded By Atlantic Storms, Looking Beyond New Year!

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UK Continues To Get Bombarded By Atlantic Storms, Looking Beyond New Year!

I was on the road most of yesterday so this morning I am catching up with the models and what our weather may have in store from now through New Year. Unfortunately there is plenty more unwelcome rain to come and with an active Atlantic storm track and +NAO, the fronts will continue to sweep […]

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