Archive for June 17th, 2013

Alaskan Towns Set New June Record Highs, Pacific Northwest Turns Cool, Damp

Written by on June 17, 2013 in United States of America with 0 Comments

Heat wave conditions are currently baking Alaska and the upper level ridge responsible continues to strengthen, meaning the past weekend’s record, even new all-time monthly records could be beaten today. Yesterday saw the temperature soar to 91 degrees at Talkeetna which is a tie for the hottest reading ever recorded here, McGrath reached 90 while Fairbanks soared to 88, 2 shy of the […]

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Written by on June 17, 2013 in Videos with 0 Comments

[s2Stream player=”jwplayer-v6-rtmp” player_path=”/jwplayer/jwplayer.js” file_download=”vid170613.mp4″ player_width=”640″ player_height=”480″ player_key=”7dA7m05wsepGN0qTGnxA7CFT7sgLuKxncIU/4g==” player_option_blocks=”logo:{file:’’,link:’’}” /] Dangerous heat, humidity and with tremendous upper level support, the dynamics are in place for explosive thunderstorm development over northern France, Low Countries, Germany and even the southern UK Tue and Wed pm. The video is fairly lengthy but there’s a lot to look at..

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Written by on June 17, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Scotland This week is looking rather different compared to last week with much more settled, drier weather with more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Through this evening it’s quiet pretty much everywhere with temperatures staying mild, only dropping to around 12 or 13C in towns and cities, a touch cooler in rural areas. Patchy mist and fog is likely in some sheltered areas. Tomorrow, like today […]

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Hot, Humid Air May Fuel Dangerous T-Storms From Paris To Berlin Next 48 Hrs!

Written by on June 17, 2013 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

It’s all thanks to a large upper low diving south into Iberia which will be responsible for bringing the first hot surge into the Northern European Coastal Plain or Lowlands. However, the combination of hot, very humid air and a warm front associated with the southward departing low will create a highly unstable atmosphere and likely to spark powerful thunderstorms […]

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