Official Europe Winter Forecast 2013-2014

on October 31 | in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland, Winter 2013/14 | by | with 11 Comments

Well it’s that time of year. Time for your Europe winter forecast 2013-14.

Based on multiple factors below, I have concluded that the upcoming winter should be colder and snowier than normal in Western Europe and warmer, drier in the East.

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11 Responses to Official Europe Winter Forecast 2013-2014

  1. KAZ says:

    Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!

  2. Jake says:

    I’ll read it in full, when my plan upgrades! Only registered this morning!

  3. Mark Vogan says:

    I sure hope so too, lol. Hope you all enjoyed it. Hope to get a video up today at some point.. I’ve tried to lay out all the evidence to back up my ideas so it’s not a wishcast. The cold could be late or early. Coldest could be mid to late winter, right in the middle or spread out throughout the season. I strongly believe the cold will come and right now I think somewhere close to what we saw back in 2009 (15 dec onwards). A lot more wind, rain and potential flooding before we get there I think. Will be updating throughout the next month and a half. Have a great weekend everyone.

  4. Adam says:

    how does warm SST to the north promote blocking, I thought warm SST more likely to support low pressure?

  5. Robert says:

    Very interesting……………lets see!

  6. Jake says:

    I hope this is right but many others going for mild

  7. Michael says:

    Keeping ny fingers crossed, Mark.

  8. perry says:

    Fingers crossed the you are correct on this. Will you be doing a video

  9. Julie Grey says:

    Saw today that Ken Ring saying white December likely in Southern Parts of Ireland! Will be watching with interest!

  10. Michael says:

    I hope this comes off Mark. Too many peeps going for milder than normal.

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