Archive for November 8th, 2013

Coldest US November Outbreak Since 1980s?

Written by on November 8, 2013 in United States of America with 0 Comments

All eyes on this weekend into next week as a major shot of early season arctic air is set to drop into the Midwest and East. While the arctic blast looks near certain, there is a lot of uncertainty regarding snowfall and where the snow will fall. It’s difficult to say right now where a low will […]

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Quick Shot Of Iceland Chill Followed By Azores Warmth For UK

Written by on November 8, 2013 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 1 Comment

Remembrance Day weekend presents a little of everything across Ireland and the UK with likely the coldest night of autumn tomorrow night while this may be followed by the mildest weather in a good week to 10 days. Wind and rain in between. The persistent cold westerly air flow which has been feeding frequent, blustery showers in Scotland, Northwest […]

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Written by on November 8, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Scotland The chilly, breezy, showery theme continues into the weekend with tonight no exception. Expect further heavy, blustery showers in the West extending from Argyll, Lochaber east into Glasgow and some will reach Grangemouth, always drier and clearer the further east you go. Tonight will be cold everywhere with lows widely down to 0C in rural areas, nearer […]

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Major Arctic Blast/Snowstorm For Eastern US Next Week? May Need To Eat My Words!

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Well well well, if you read my post from yesterday, I pretty much ruled out a major arctic blast and big Eastern snowstorm. Modelling has of course fallen in line with that very idea next week now and BOTH GFS and ECMWF agree on driving a truly impressive 1040mb surface high deep into the Ohio/Tennessee Valley […]

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