Archive for December 28th, 2012

2-4″ Snow From DC to Boston Sat Night Into Sun, Arctic Air Follows

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2-4″ Snow From DC to Boston Sat Night Into Sun, Arctic Air Follows

The system which just barrelled through the Northeast, whitened most of the region but missed the I-95 corridor and the coastal areas. A new system now organising over the Mid-South will push northeast and is likely to fill in the areas the last system missed. Most models have the storm tracking due NE and just […]

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Colder Air Returns To Europe Next Week (Includes Video!)

Written by on December 28, 2012 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 3 Comments
Colder Air Returns To Europe Next Week (Includes Video!)

While the majority of Europe is mild with a westerly flow off the Atlantic, changes are afoot later next week as colder air is set to return to the east and north of the continent. If you live in Moscow and other eastern cities, enjoy the current mild spell as it’s living on borrowed time. You are likely […]

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FRI 28 DEC: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST FOR THE WEEKEND

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FRI 28 DEC: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST FOR THE WEEKEND

Scotland Further outbreaks of rain will continue to keep the flood risk in place but it’s the milder air combined with the rain which is melting the snow over parts of the Highlands and this is creating the greatest flood risk. Through tonight and rain will be largely confined to the west but it’s the wind […]

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Snow Expected From Washington to Bangor This Weekend

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Snow Expected From Washington to Bangor This Weekend

Heavy snow continues to fall this evening across New England and adding to already high snow totals brought by Winter Storm Euclid. Many parts extending from western New York’s Adirondack’s, through Vermont, New Hampshire, western Massachusetts and especially Maine will see additional inches with many already tallying over a foot of snow since Boxing Day. Woodford, VT […]

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