Archive for December 2nd, 2013

Heavy Snow Followed By 0 To -30°F Air To Dive Into Rockies & Plains!

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We have a truly wild next 14 day period across the Lower 48 and the wild stuff has begun over the Pacific Northwest, Rockies and by tomorrow, the Dakotas with a low which is drawing on some of the coldest air not seen in some time. The combination of warm air flowing north up through the Rockies, […]

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Europe-North America Teleconnection / 1st Glimpse At Christmas Week

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As ridging builds north up the US East Coast and ridging also holds over the UK, the focus of coldest air over the hemisphere will be centred over Greenland today through Wednesday but that changes dramatically by the end of this week. This morning is the coldest in a good couple of weeks over Greenland with -55C or -67F recorded at Summit Camp […]

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MON 2 DEC: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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Scotland It’s a largely dry but cloudy and mild afternoon by early December standards. Some light, patchy rain in the Northwest will begin to nudge south through this evening and overnight. Lows are mild at 4-6C. Tuesday will be a wetter, breezier day as a weak front sinks slowly south over Scotland but it turns drier, brighter and […]

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Snowy And Increasingly Frigid Week Ahead For Canada/US

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While we have some very cold air dropping south over western Canada, low pressure is pushing east which is producing heavy snow from Vancouver into the Prairies. The combination of low pressure which is driving in plenty of Pacific moisture and arctic air coming south will bring sizable snow totals even to such cities as Spokane, […]

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