Archive for January, 2021

Spain Plummets To -26.5C (-29.9C unofficial) Following Madrid’s Biggest Snowfall For 50 Years

Written by on January 12, 2021 in Rest of Europe with 0 Comments
Spain Plummets To -26.5C (-29.9C unofficial) Following Madrid’s Biggest Snowfall For 50 Years

Spain’s mountainous interior is very familiar with snow and freezing temperatures during the winter months. However, this past week has been quite exceptional thanks to the coming together of powerful Storm Filomena and arctic air. For the 2,188ft capital of Madrid, as much as 20 inches of snow fell bringing the city to it’s knees […]

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TUE 12 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Written by on January 12, 2021 in Videos with 0 Comments
TUE 12 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

SUN 10 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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SUN 10 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Northern Ireland & Other Parts of UK Shiver Coldest Night Since 2010

Written by on January 9, 2021 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
Northern Ireland & Other Parts of UK Shiver Coldest Night Since 2010

In the past week, there’s been frequent spells of rain, sleet and snow as cold air has continued to advance south over Scotland and the UK. Most of Scotland and many parts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland have woken to a fresh covering of snow thanks to a cold front diving south, followed by […]

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TUE 5 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Written by on January 5, 2021 in Videos with 0 Comments
TUE 5 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

SUN 3 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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SUN 3 JAN: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Europe January 2021 Outlook

Written by on January 2, 2021 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
Europe January 2021 Outlook

Following a warm, wet November, December was a mixed, somewhat bookend month with cool spell to start and finish and mild in between. It remained very wet and followed a very wet autumn. The polar vortex was strong to near record strong during November hence the often warm, wet and windy month. Through December, the […]

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