Summer 2016

CHRIS BURT: Hottest Temperature Ever Measured in September for Europe

Written by on September 8, 2016 in Asia, Rest of Europe, Summer 2016, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
CHRIS BURT: Hottest Temperature Ever Measured in September for Europe

By: Christopher C. Burt , 7:30 AM GMT on September 07, 2016 Hottest Temperature Ever Measured in September for Europe UPDATE: An intense heat wave has occurred in recent days in the Iberian Peninsula with a site in Spain, Sanlucar La Mayor, measuring 46.4°C (115.5°F) on Monday, September 5th. This (if verified) would be the […]

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NEWTON SOAKS FOUR CORNERS WHILE EAST SUFFERS JULY LEVEL HEAT!

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NEWTON SOAKS FOUR CORNERS WHILE EAST SUFFERS JULY LEVEL HEAT!

We have a lot of weather going on right now. It’s questionable whether Newton crept over the Mexico-US border as a storm or depression but regardless, it’s making it’s presence felt while with flooding rains. From weather.com Newton spread heavy rain over parts of Arizona and New Mexico for much of Wednesday, but by Thursday morning, […]

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TWC: Europe May Have Set an All-Time September Record High Monday

Written by on September 8, 2016 in Africa, Rest of Europe, Summer 2016, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
TWC: Europe May Have Set an All-Time September Record High Monday

Published: Sep 7 2016 12:00 AM EDT By Chris Dolce weather.com Story Highlights Intense heat in southwest Spain may have set a new record high for September across Europe. Portugal and Morocco also set new national heat records. Spain saw incredibly hot temperatures early this week that may have rewritten the record books for September […]

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WEST EUROPE: Tropics Energise Trans-Atlantic Jet Stream Continuing The Fluid, Unsettled Pattern

Written by on September 7, 2016 in Rest of Europe, Summer 2016, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
WEST EUROPE: Tropics Energise Trans-Atlantic Jet Stream Continuing The Fluid, Unsettled Pattern

Hurricane Newton and the remnants of Hermine off New York are both pumping tropical warmth and energy northward. By doing so, the thermal gradient increases and so does the jet stream in response. As well as that, our warmer, more humid atmosphere south of the jet stream can also warm more than normal and so […]

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AT 45.4C, SPAIN SET’S NEW NATIONAL, PERHAPS EUROPE TEMP RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER

Written by on September 5, 2016 in Rest of Europe, Summer 2016, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
AT 45.4C, SPAIN SET’S NEW NATIONAL, PERHAPS EUROPE TEMP RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER

It’s an understatement to say it’s hot in Spain these days with a powerful upper ridge providing cloudless skies and strong sinking while an air flow blowing off a still scalding Sahara, enhances an already hot air mass. Yesterday morning started off on a balmy note at 29C in Alajar. With blazing sunshine beating down, the southern interior climbed […]

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CABO HURRICANE THREAT, ROCKIES SNOW, EASTERN HEAT TO RETURN

Written by on September 5, 2016 in Summer 2016, United States of America with 0 Comments
CABO HURRICANE THREAT, ROCKIES SNOW, EASTERN HEAT TO RETURN

While we have autumn snows affecting the Northern Rockies we have summer heat in the Southeast. Both the Northeast and Southwest have tropical troubles. Hermine continues to batter the coastal Northeast, mainly with gales, pounding surge which continues to cause beach erosion and rip currents. Inland areas are much more tranquil. Meanwhile in the Pacific, the Baja is under a hurricane threat. […]

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SUMMER CONDITIONS CONTINUE BUT SIGNS OF CHANGE LURKING?

Written by on September 5, 2016 in Rest of Europe, Summer 2016, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
SUMMER CONDITIONS CONTINUE BUT SIGNS OF CHANGE LURKING?

With low pressure approaching from the SW and high pressure building over the continent it means we’ve increasingly humid air drifting in from the Atlantic merging with very warm air lifting from the continent. So, despite a cloudy day for most, it’ll feel increasingly warm and humid into this evening. Setup today through Thursday. A lot of cloud […]

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HERMINE ENDS FLORIDA’S HURRICANE DROUGHT, TORMENTS EAST COAST

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Summer 2016, Tropical, United States of America with 0 Comments
HERMINE ENDS FLORIDA’S HURRICANE DROUGHT, TORMENTS EAST COAST

Hurricane Hermine made landfall overnight just east of St Mark’s, FL as an 80 mph storm. This was Florida’s first in a record 11 year stretch of hurricane drought. While Hermine may have only been a Category 1, this system packed a punch producing significant storm surge flooding and damage along the coast and created […]

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NEXT WEEK: LARGELY DRY, BRIGHT, SUNNY & WARM FOR UK

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Rest of Europe, Summer 2016, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments
NEXT WEEK: LARGELY DRY, BRIGHT, SUNNY & WARM FOR UK

With low pressure crossing the southern British Isles this weekend, a canopy of moderate to heavy rain along with gusty winds will sweep across England and Wales. The worst of the weather will be Saturday while Sunday will be a much better, drier day. As for Northern Ireland and Scotland, expect sun and showers along […]

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HURRICANE HERMINE RAPIDLY STRENGTHENS PRIOR TO FLORIDA’S 1ST LANDFALL SINCE 2005!

Written by on September 2, 2016 in Summer 2016, Tropical, United States of America with 0 Comments
HURRICANE HERMINE RAPIDLY STRENGTHENS PRIOR TO FLORIDA’S 1ST LANDFALL SINCE 2005!

Today marks the first day of meteorological fall 2016. Many millions from St Louis to Atlantic City will remember this summer as a long hot and uncomfortably sticky one. For those in the South, it’s been soggy too. Unfortunately for the non heat lover, it looks like it’s going to remain on the warm humid side […]

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