Written by on August 6, 2013 in Videos with 1 Comment

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Collision of Atlantic air with hot, humid continent air means big rains take aim from northern Spain to Germany up into Scandinavia next 4-6 days. Major heat across the Mediterranean, central and eastern areas. No sign of any return of hot, settled weather for the UK and Ireland. Pattern is well and truly broken.

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  1. Michael says:

    You mention that the warm oceans make it more challenging to make a forecast for the winter. How much influence do you think the warm ocean may have on the temperatures in the coming winter? I believe we will problably see more precipetation – especially in the beginning og winter untill the oceans cool down. But I have no idea how much influence the current warm oceans may have on the temperature. So I really look forward to see your winter forecast for Europe later on and to hear more about your opinion on this subject.

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