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Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe
« on: May 11, 2010, 10:06:01 PM »
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Re: Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2015, 11:43:34 PM »
Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe

http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/europe-winter-2014-2015-forecast-snow-cold/36777733

Europe Winter Forecast: 'Fantastic' Ski Season for Alps; More Tranquil in UK

By Eric Leister, Meteorologist
November 8, 2014; 4:08 AM ET

Following a mild winter for almost all of Europe during the 2013-2014 season, big differences are expected for many areas during the 2014-2015 winter season.

The large-scale weather pattern will feature stubborn areas of high pressure over Scandinavia for much of the winter. This setup will funnel colder air into northern and eastern Europe while also forcing the majority of storm systems to track across southern Europe, especially during the second half of winter.

Eastern Europe Braces for a Cold, Snowy Winter

Numerous shots of cold air from Siberia will result in below-normal temperatures from Poland and the Baltic States eastward into Belarus, Ukraine and western Russia. The cold will often dip farther south into the Balkan Peninsula, combining with an active storm track to produce above-normal snowfall.

Above-normal snowfall is also expected from eastern Poland into western Russia and Ukraine. With cold air in place for the bulk of the winter, snow that does fall will likely remain on the ground for extended periods of time which will only aid in keeping temperatures well below normal.

While cold shots will invade Germany throughout the winter, long-duration cold spells will not be common. However, it will be a cold winter overall for Germany, with temperatures falling near to slightly below normal. More snow is expected this winter compared to last due to the colder air that will be in place.
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Re: Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2016, 06:27:58 AM »
JAKE brought stormier conditions to the area... videos on pages below...
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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/uk-weather-britain-battered-snow-7484544

UK weather: Britain to be battered by snow storms as Met Office issues three day warning

08:32, 3 Mar 2016
Updated  10:00, 3 Mar 2016 
By John Shammas

Untreated roads will be vulnerable to ice after the mercury fell to -1C in Leeds

The UK is on high alert for more snow and ice over as a cold front sweeps in from the Atlantic.

Met Office experts have issued yellow warnings of snow and ice for today, as well as for Friday and Saturday as a band of wet weather moves eastwards followed by freezing temperatures.

In Leeds the mercury fell to -1C in the early hours of this morning.

Meanwhile temperatures struggled to reach 4C in other parts of the UK.
Forecaster Dean Hall said: "Our attention turns to the Atlantic later with our next frontal system which will move eastwards reaching Northern Ireland through the afternoon and move in through the night."

He added: "On the leading edge of that there could be some sleet and snow in the north of England, north Wales, the north of the Midlands and southern Scotland.

"The snow will likely be confined to the Pennines and Welsh mountains, but we could see ice patches elsewhere on untreated roads."

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Re: Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe
« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2016, 06:36:35 AM »
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/weather/12181822/UK-weather-snow-and-ice-for-Britain-as-Storm-Jake-hits.html

UK weather: Atlantic cold front to bring up to four inches of snow and ice as Storm Jake hits

By  Danny Boyle
10:10AM GMT 03 Mar 2016

Met Office issues warnings for large parts of Britain - including London and southern England - as band of wet weather is met with freezing temperatures

Large parts of Britain are on alert for up to four inches of snow and widespread ice over the coming days as a cold front sweeps in from the Atlantic.

Leeds saw the coldest night as the mercury fell to -1C (30.2F) in the early hours of Thursday, while temperatures struggled to reach 4C (39.2) across most of the UK.

Forecaster Dean Hall said: "Our attention turns to the Atlantic later with our next frontal system which will move eastwards reaching Northern Ireland through the afternoon and move in through the night."

He added: "On the leading edge of that there could be some sleet and snow in the north of England, north Wales, the north of the Midlands and southern Scotland.

"The snow will likely be confined to the Pennines and Welsh mountains, but we could see ice patches elsewhere on untreated roads."

Storm Jake has hit swathes of the UK, bringing winds of up to 81mph, snowfall and difficult driving conditions.

The Met Office has issued widespread yellow weather warnings for parts of Wales, England and Scotland for Thursday, Friday and Saturday as a band of wet weather moves eastwards followed by freezing temperatures under clearer skies. The alerts for snow and ice cover London and southern England on Friday and Saturday

On Thursday, Leeds and Manchester are expected to see temperatures around 7C (44.6F), Bristol 8C (46.4F) and a high of 10C (50F) in London, while Glasgow will see 6C (42.8F) at most.

It will be a slight reprieve from Wednesday's bitterly cold weather, with temperatures plummeting to below freezing in parts of the north east of England. The mercury dipped as low as -5C in Altnaharra in the Scottish Highlands.

However, as Storm Jake passes over the UK, a new weather system is expected to move in from the west, bringing snow to southern parts of the country.

[NOTE for current  weather forecast: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/weather/12181822/UK-weather-snow-and-ice-for-Britain-as-Storm-Jake-hits.html

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Re: Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe
« Reply #4 on: March 03, 2016, 06:42:04 AM »
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/uk-weather-scots-prepare-frozen-7484642

UK weather: Scots prepare for frozen weekend with more snow and ice as weather warnings issued

Daily Record ยท 48 minutes ago

Parts of Scotland are on alert for snow and ice over the coming days, as a cold front sweeps in from the Atlantic.

The Met Office has issued a series of yellow warnings for snow and ice across the UK, taking in Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as a band of wet weather moves eastwards followed by freezing temperatures under clearer skies.

It is expected that the south of Scotland will be affected by the latest wave of bad weather, which will see temperatures plummet.

Forecasters have warned that parts of England and Wales could also be hit over the next 48 hours.

Read more at http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/uk-weather-scots-prepare-frozen-7484642#uZyDKGAk9vqK4qLF.99

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Re: Meteorological Charts North Atlantic and Europe
« Reply #5 on: October 17, 2016, 04:54:37 AM »
Hurricane NICOLE seems headed toward parts of northern Europe

 

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