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TUE 4 OCT: VOGAN’S US/TROPICAL OUTLOOK

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TUE 4 OCT: VOGAN’S US/TROPICAL OUTLOOK

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EUROPE: VERY WARM SEPTEMBER TO BE FOLLOWED BY COLD OCTOBER?

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EUROPE: VERY WARM SEPTEMBER TO BE FOLLOWED BY COLD OCTOBER?

After what was a very warm September, the current Scandinavian blocking high is favouring a cold October for much of Europe. The core of the high reached 1050mb at the surface over Sweden this morning. A low drifting WSW on the underside of the high is pulling Arctic Russia sourced air into the heat of Europe. […]

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TUE 4 OCT: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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TUE 4 OCT: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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MATTHEW MAKES LANDFALL IN HAITI, 1ST MAJOR SINCE 1966, STRONGEST SINCE 1964

MATTHEW MAKES LANDFALL IN HAITI, 1ST MAJOR SINCE 1966, STRONGEST SINCE 1964

Matthew has made landfall on Haiti’s Tiburon peninsula, 20 miles west of Les Cayes as a Category 4, 145 mph Hurricane. Wind gusts likely exceeding 160 mph… Sadly this is an unfolding disaster! First images coming out of Haiti. This area outlined by Jim Cantore is likely to get wiped out! Steep, deforested terrain highly susceptible to mudslides, enhanced rainfall through […]

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