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Near Record 920mb Pacific Low To Dislodge 1040mb Arctic High Into US Next Week

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Near Record 920mb Pacific Low To Dislodge 1040mb Arctic High Into US Next Week

As shown in yesterday’s post, once Super Typhoon Nuri is bombing out over the North Pacific, challenging record low pressure near 920mb within the next 48 hours. It’s this low which will explode heights over Alaska and the arctic, dislodging a piece of the polar vortex and forcing it south. Models have a mid-winter level 1044mb high […]

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WESTERN EUROPE: A Look At Stratospheric Temperature… Building Blocks To A Cold Outbreak!

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WESTERN EUROPE: A Look At Stratospheric Temperature… Building Blocks To A Cold Outbreak!

We’re seeing an early start to stratospheric warming over Siberia and the North Pacific Ocean. This appears to be fuelling early season arctic outbreaks into North America but for us here in Western Europe to waiting game continues. [s2If current_user_can(access_s2member_level1)] When it comes to cold here, we watch for a term known as sudden stratospheric […]

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THU 6 NOV: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Written by on November 6, 2014 in Videos with 0 Comments
THU 6 NOV: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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