Archive for March, 2018

Beast From The East Part 2 Arrives This Weekend But Could UK’s Coldest Air In 8 Years Visit Afterwards?

Beast From The East Part 2 Arrives This Weekend But Could UK’s Coldest Air In 8 Years Visit Afterwards?

What will be interesting with this net wave of Siberian cold dubbed the ‘beast from the east 2’ will be how cold AFTER the easterly winds. What I mean by that is the easterlies blew from Wednesday right through Sunday with a lot of cloud and snow in the air. While cold yes, there was […]

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TUE 13 MAR: VOGAN’S EURO OUTLOOK

Written by on March 13, 2018 in Videos with 0 Comments
TUE 13 MAR: VOGAN’S EURO OUTLOOK

Winter Ain’t Done Just Yet! Beast From The East Returning?

Winter Ain’t Done Just Yet! Beast From The East Returning?

We may be in a milder regime now compared to the beginning of the month and with temps UK-wide hitting double figures, many are being led into a false sense of security. There’s still a good degree of uncertainty but confidence is growing on a cancellation of spring and an abrupt return to winter with […]

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Storm Weary Northeast Prepare For 4th Nor’easter Within 2 Weeks

Written by on March 10, 2018 in United States of America, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments
Storm Weary Northeast Prepare For 4th Nor’easter Within 2 Weeks

The deeply negative NAO, east QBO, favourable MJO are fuelling this wild Nor’easter storm train for the Northeast and all eyes are on the next Northeast coastal storm which is developing over the TN valley. Before we look at the latest, here are the totals for the last system just days ago. Note the big […]

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Have We Just Had The 2nd Strongest -NAO since 1948?

Have We Just Had The 2nd Strongest -NAO since 1948?

The British Isles turns cold following a sudden stratospheric warming some 66% percent of the time. The mid February warming of course led to the record breaking ‘beast from the east’ last week. When Europe turns cold a week to 10 days following an SSWE, the NAO is often very negative along with the AO. […]

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UK Warming To Potentially Warmest Levels of 2018 This Weekend But Not Before More Snow Falls

Written by on March 8, 2018 in Rest of Europe, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments
UK Warming To Potentially Warmest Levels of 2018 This Weekend But Not Before More Snow Falls

We are gradually climbing out of last week’s freezer with each day turning that little bit milder. However it’s not without a few bumps. Mild hitting cold is bringing further snow and some localised disruption. It was our turn again here in Central Scotland back on Tuesday then today it’s been parts of Central England […]

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2nd Nor’easter In A Week, 3rd In 10 Days Focuses Heaviest Snow From NYC to W of Boston

Written by on March 7, 2018 in United States of America, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments
2nd Nor’easter In A Week, 3rd In 10 Days Focuses Heaviest Snow From NYC to W of Boston

The previous Nor’easter just days ago will be long remembered for it’s extreme wind and widespread damage as a result as well as it’s coastal flooding along the Massachusetts shore. It’s said to be a 2nd ‘100 year’ New England flood event within a week. However, snow was impressive over particularly the Catskill’s of New […]

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WED 7 MAR: VOGAN’S EURO OUTLOOK

Written by on March 7, 2018 in Videos with 0 Comments
WED 7 MAR: VOGAN’S EURO OUTLOOK

Beast From The East Is Gone But Mid February SSW Supports Cold Lingering Into April

Beast From The East Is Gone But Mid February SSW Supports Cold Lingering Into April

It’s safe to say two things, 1 we’ve likely just witnessed the coldest, snowiest final day of February, first day of March in recorded history and 2, the beast from the east is long gone but the all the cold released by the SSW suggests a cold, not warm pattern now through at least the […]

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Historic Nor’easter: 100+mph Gusts, 60-70mph in DC metro, 40″ Snow for Upstate NY

Written by on March 5, 2018 in United States of America, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments
Historic Nor’easter: 100+mph Gusts, 60-70mph in DC metro, 40″ Snow for Upstate NY

The SSW occurrence side a wild end to February/beginning of March throughout the mid-latitude Northern Hemisphere as weird and wild buckling of the jet stream and the release of super cold air south aided in the production of powerful storms in Pacific and Atlantic as well as cold and reversal of typical westerly to easterly […]

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