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A developing pattern across Europe suggests there will be a significant cold blast (locally 5-8°C colder than average days) from north towards central Europe and Mediterranean, starting later this weekend when a sharp cold front will be pushed across the Alps towards Italy and W Balkan peninsula. A large pool of cold airmass will spread behind the front and should extend well south towards N Africa as well. Some snow is expected from the Alps across the W Balkan countries too, along with strong downslope winds with locally hurricane force wind gusts. Temperature anomaly across Europe. Map by Tropicaltidbits.com Stay tuned for further updates!
Impressive amounts of fresh snow are expected across the higher terrain of SW Norway through the next 4 days, until Tuesday Nov 14th. The current pattern suggests a deep trough and very deep cyclone will be situated almost stationary over the Norwegian sea, maintaining strong WSW mid-level flow across Norway which usually results in excessive orographic precipitation. With rather cold temperatures within the upper trough, conditions are favorable for snowfall across large area and the persistent flow should allow high snowfall sums. In particular for the higher terrain of SW Norway where some models are hinting at 100+ cm of fresh snow by Tuesday. Combined with strong winds, high snow drifts and dangerous driving conditions are expected as well. 4-day
Latest high-res model gudiance indicates up to 100-150+ mm of rainfall along the coastal areas: the exact area of peak rainfall depends on the exact location of convective lines, however, the entire region is expected to receive major amounts of rainfall. Expect enhanced flash flooding threat! Maps: Wxcharts.eu
Major snowfall is expected over the weekend with the cutoff low progressing across the north-central Mediterranean. Much of the Alps will receive over 25 cm of fresh snow, with some areas receiving as much as 50-100 cm. In general snow limit will be at 1800-2000 m, dropping to 1500-1600 m in more intense snow showers, but will gradually drop (well) below 1000 m across most of the Alps, in particular across the northern half and northern flank. Total snowfall across the Alps in the next 72 hours. Map: Meteoexploration.com. Total snow accumulation across the Alps through mid-Monday. Map: Wxcharts.eu. Total snow accumulation across the Alps through mid-Monday. Map: Wxcharts.eu. Stay tuned for updates!
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