Archive for September 10th, 2018

Mandatory Evacuations Begin On US East Coast As Florence Explodes To Category 4 Over Atlantic

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Mandatory Evacuations Begin On US East Coast As Florence Explodes To Category 4 Over Atlantic

After the near silence over the Atlantic in July and through much of August, we’re approaching the peak of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season and dealing with a tempest. Florence (as expected) has underwent rapid intensification over the bath-tub warm waters of the Western Atlantic. Florence has went from 75 to 130 mph within 24 […]

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Blame A Busy Tropics For The Stronger Jet Stream & Unsettled Northwest Europe!

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Blame A Busy Tropics For The Stronger Jet Stream & Unsettled Northwest Europe!

Up until the beginning of last week, September was looking largely high pressure dominated but with a sharp increase in global cyclone activity, the prospects shifted quite abruptly. This pattern shift is in contrast to the remarkably persistent ridging and settled weather of June and July. The tropical Pacific has been playing a key role […]

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