Archive for September 17th, 2014

Southwest Flood Threat, Calif Heatwave, Ontario Snow… What Next?

Southwest Flood Threat, Calif Heatwave, Ontario Snow… What Next?

As posted yesterday, there’s a lot of tropical moisture streaming into the interior Southwest over the next 96 hours thanks to Odile. Firstly, here’s the latest track of now tropical depression Odile. No change in projected rain amounts. Still scary for SSE Arizona, WSW New Mexico. If the system makes it over the AZ border as a […]

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WED 17 SEP: VOGAN’S NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK

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WED 17 SEP: VOGAN’S NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK

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Driest Start To September In Over 50 Years For UK!

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Driest Start To September In Over 50 Years For UK!

From Met Office The first half of September has been exceptionally dry across much of the UK and temperatures for many areas have also been well above average, according to provisional Met Office statistics. Figures up to 15th September show there has been 6.7 mm of rain across the UK, which is just 7% of […]

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Late Week Heat & Thunderstorms For France, UK

Written by on September 17, 2014 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 1 Comment
Late Week Heat & Thunderstorms For France, UK

I spoke yesterday about ‘summer heat’ returning to Western Europe including the UK but I want to touch on the thunderstorm risk today. While the Azores low helps draw Africa heat our way, it will also push energy our way too and that means increased instability and with heat and added humidity come an increased risk […]

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