Archive for October 8th, 2018

Michael quickly becomes storm, now hurricane and likely to target Florida’s Big Bend as a major

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Michael quickly becomes storm, now hurricane and likely to target Florida’s Big Bend as a major

Back on Friday I posted on the CAG (Central American Gyre) and the potential for development. Yesterday we had Tropical Storm Michael, today’s it’s hurricane Michael and appears to be on it’s way to becoming a major tomorrow over the open Gulf of Mexico. This system has organised and intensified quickly to the east of […]

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UK: A very soggy Monday-Tuesday, Unseasonably warm Wednesday followed by very stormy Friday?

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UK: A very soggy Monday-Tuesday, Unseasonably warm Wednesday followed by very stormy Friday?

As stated at the end of last week, the west Highlands would be under under the gun for a significant multiday rain event which continues this Monday evening. With a near stalled moisture plume connecting a hurricane and the sub tropics with Scotland, you know the totals will mount up. It’s not been one solid […]

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