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Storm Katie Brings Damage Leaves With Snow, Taste Of Summer From Toulouse To Stockholm Next Week?

Storm Katie Brings Damage Leaves With Snow, Taste Of Summer From Toulouse To Stockholm Next Week?

Katie may be gone but we remain in a blustery, showery and cool regime today. Cold mid level air on the rear of Katie is allowed to drop into the lower atmosphere within the heavier convective showers. Beautiful night satellite image of Katie’s centre approaching the SW Norwegian coast. The system sure left her mark over southern England. […]

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TUE 29 MAR: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Written by on March 29, 2016 in Videos with 0 Comments
TUE 29 MAR: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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LA To Great Lakes Storm To Release Strong Wind, Heavy Snow, Tornadoes, Flash Flooding Then Major April Cold

LA To Great Lakes Storm To Release Strong Wind, Heavy Snow, Tornadoes, Flash Flooding Then Major April Cold

A large storm system driving cold late season air into the West today will bring additional snow from the mountains to Washington to New Mexico including Colorado. Spells of heavy rain and strong, gusty winds will affect low elevations. Things get real interesting towards mid week as this system crosses the Rockies into the Plains. […]

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MON 28 MAR: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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MON 28 MAR: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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Storm Katie Causes Widespread Travel Disruption As Gusts Clock 106 Mph On Isle Of Wight

Storm Katie Causes Widespread Travel Disruption As Gusts Clock 106 Mph On Isle Of Wight

The immediate focus in weather on this Easter Monday is Storm Katie barrelling through the English Channel bringing significant transportation impact to both UK and mainland Europe. Amber warning currently in place from Isle of Wight to Kent. Shield of moderate to heavy rain is pushing north. There’s even some snow over Cheshire this morning as cold air gets […]

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MON 28 MAR: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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MON 28 MAR: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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Parts Of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas & Nebraska Waken To White Easter, Back To 60s/70s Mon!

Written by on March 27, 2016 in United States of America, Winter 2015/16 with 0 Comments
Parts Of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas & Nebraska Waken To White Easter, Back To 60s/70s Mon!

A fast moving cold system dove SE over Colorado far enough south as the Texas Panhandle present a White Easter to a swath stretching from Amarillo through Guymon, OK, Wichita, KS to Omaha, NE. The late March sun really does a work on even a half foot of snow. TX Panhandle High pressure immediately replaced the system clearing skies […]

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SUN 27 MAR: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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SUN 27 MAR: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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Powerful Siberian Cyclone Blows People Off Feet, Spins 737, Causes Major Damage

Written by on March 27, 2016 in Asia, Rest of Europe with 0 Comments
Powerful Siberian Cyclone Blows People Off Feet, Spins 737, Causes Major Damage

In the past week, a powerful cyclone crossed our planet’s most northerly civilisation, Norilsk, located 250 miles north of the arctic circle, 1,800 miles NE of Moscow in north-central Siberia. Storm force winds gusting to 67 mph (strongest in 5 years) blew roofs clean off buildings, snapped traffic lights in two, blew pedestrians off their feet and even spun a […]

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SUN 27 MAR: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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SUN 27 MAR: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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