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Spring In The US: One Storm With Two Very Different Personalities

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Spring In The US: One Storm With Two Very Different Personalities

With a stormy pattern at this volatile time of year, so the Eastern temperature seesaw continues. From warm, wet and for some, tornadic to open the week to cold and even snowy to end it. In the wake of the cold front which produced up to a dozen tornadoes, cold late season brand arctic air is drilling all the […]

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Great Piece From Stuart Markham On ‘Barking’ & Ties To Dry, Wet, Warm, Cool UK Summers

Great Piece From Stuart Markham On ‘Barking’ & Ties To Dry, Wet, Warm, Cool UK Summers

The evidence is clear cut that when soil moisture is low late spring into summer, the atmosphere tends to be drier, often supporting stronger than normal pressure and therefore warmer temperatures. The opposite occurs when soils are wet. Each and every spring, I closely monitor rainfall distribution through particularly March, April and May but also cannot […]

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