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FINLAND: -40s, Record Snow & Spectacular Images From Lapland

Written by on January 9, 2016 in Rest of Europe, Winter 2015/16 with 0 Comments
FINLAND: -40s, Record Snow & Spectacular Images From Lapland

Here are some amazing images captured by subscriber Matthew Brown on his recent trip (27-30 Dec) to Finnish Lapland. As short as his trip was he managed to experience the stunning aurora borealis and spectacular arctic sunsets over the towering piles of snow. He told me how -29C was a bit of a shock to the system. You […]

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OK Conditions For Weekend Bonfires, Active Storm Conveyor Next 10 Days, Turn To Colder After?

Written by on November 6, 2015 in Autumn 2015, Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
OK Conditions For Weekend Bonfires, Active Storm Conveyor Next 10 Days, Turn To Colder After?

Back a few days ago the models were suggesting a really poor weekend for bonfires and fireworks displays, however, despite the rapid arrival of these heavy rain and moderate wind baring depressions, there looks to be good timing in the passing of these fronts. Today, it’s wet and breezy but the latest front clears later this […]

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Official United States Winter Forecast 2015-16

Written by on November 2, 2015 in Autumn 2015, United States of America with 0 Comments
Official United States Winter Forecast 2015-16

[s2If current_user_can(access_s2member_level1)] Will the upcoming winter of 2015-16 trend the same as the past two with record cold and snow or take a turn to warmer, perhaps more like 1997-98? Keep in mind that no El Nino nor certain sea surface temperature profile produces the same type of weather pattern. The below 2015-16 winter forecast is based on Current and […]

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Official Europe Winter Forecast 2015-16

Written by on November 1, 2015 in Autumn 2015, Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 3 Comments
Official Europe Winter Forecast 2015-16

[s2If current_user_can(access_s2member_level1)] The below winter 2015-16 forecast for Europe is based on. Global sea surface temperature anomaly Strong El Nino & forecast projection into winter Eurasia snow cover Solar Cycle 24 Trend in NAO/AO during the past year Interesting to note that as of this winter forecast release, today broke a 1946 UK November record with a remarkably mild 22.4C […]

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First Noticeable Cold Front Sweeps UK Bringing 1st Hill Snow

Written by on October 24, 2015 in Autumn 2015, Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
First Noticeable Cold Front Sweeps UK Bringing 1st Hill Snow

The first of many noticeable cold fronts is currently pushing SE over the UK leading to a noteworthy dip in temperature. This active frontal boundary brought a fair amount of wind and rain overnight, fuelled by a decent air mass contrast. Ahead of it, mild, Mediterranean source air, behind it was ocean-modified Greenland air. Nothing unusual for the time […]

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Winter Thoughts Coming Together

Winter Thoughts Coming Together

As we head into September I continue to watch the overall global pattern and the primary drivers. The El Nino is strong and influential to the global circulation, however as I’ve pointed out previously, there are competing factors which suggest there’s nothing obvious as of now. By that I mean we can’t just look at this […]

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Italian Village Receives Over 8 FEET Of Snow Within 24 Hours, Possible New World Record!

Written by on March 11, 2015 in Rest of Europe, Spring 2015, Winter 2014/15 with 0 Comments
Italian Village Receives Over 8 FEET Of Snow Within 24 Hours, Possible New World Record!

Article from www.weathertoski.co.uk Blog: Italian village breaks world snowfall record! Wednesday 11 March 2015 The sleepy Italian village of Capracotta, 3 hours south-east of Rome in the Italian Apennines, claims to have broken the world 24 hour snowfall record with a staggering 256cm of snow (8.34 feet) on Thursday 5 March 2015. Capracotta, Italy – Photo: […]

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Solar & Persistent Warm Pool In NE Pacific Drives Similar Global Weather Pattern 2 Years In A Row!

Solar & Persistent Warm Pool In NE Pacific Drives Similar Global Weather Pattern 2 Years In A Row!

In today’s post I wish to look at the solar cycle, it’s current position and also the last 18 years of early March global SST’s. There is some interesting trends and findings from this study and what I’ve learned from the last two winters which have had strikingly similar SST profiles and mean upper height anomalies. SST […]

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943mb UK Storm Opens Door To Cold 2nd Half Of January! (Coldest In 2 Years)

943mb UK Storm Opens Door To Cold 2nd Half Of January! (Coldest In 2 Years)

The storm is whipping pretty good just now here and for some, it’s downright damaging! Top gusts have been clocked at 111 mph on exposed Aonach Mor summit, located E of Fort William, 105 mph on Cairngorm and even down in Cumbria, gusts of 101 mph have been recorded on Great Dun Fell. The A9 linking Perth with Inverness […]

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SUN 9 NOV: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

Written by on November 9, 2014 in Videos with 2 Comments
SUN 9 NOV: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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