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Winter storm with blizzard is forecast to develop across the Great Lakes through Tuesday, while severe storms for the Atlantic coast on Monday
Here are the latest thoughts on the major storm developing into the eastern United States this week. Severe weather will push across the Southeast states while a winter storm is forecast to develop from Ohio Valley into the Great Lakes. Cold frosty mornings are forecast to result as far south as northern Florida by Tuesday. […]
Atlantic hurricane season soon at its official end, but a new Subtropical storm Kappa could form near the Azores by Monday
November 30th is the official end of the Atlantic hurricane season, but a record-breaking 2020 season just doesn’t give up. There are currently two waves in focus, where an impressive non-tropical low could become a Subtropical storm Kappa soon. The system will spread severe winds and major waves into Azores, Madeira, and the Canary Islands […]
Winter weather is forecast to blast across the East Coast of the United States through early December, new pattern flip develops on Monday
There is a major (winter) storm shaping up for the eastern United States soon after the Thanksgiving holidays. A significant cold blast will develop into the southeast states, introducing a deep surface low with a strong cold front. Winter weather is forecast to blast from the north, with dangerous blizzard conditions over the Ohio Valley […]
Latest on the deep cyclone near Iceland: significant waves and severe blizzard are expected across the western parts tonight
The bomb cyclone traveling along southern Greenland has peaked on late Wednesday and is now moving towards Iceland. A major windstorm introducing hurricane-force winds has formed to its south, spreading huge, near 15-meter (50 feet) sea waves towards Iceland this Thursday. A severe blizzard is also expected further inland. A deep North Atlantic low is […]
A spectacular satellite view of a frontal system racing across the United States today, while Thanksgiving Day will bring nice and warm weather for many
The pronounced surface low and a frontal system is moving across the south-central United States this Wednesday, revealing an impressive satellite appearance of the occluding cyclone. The system will eject off the Southeast US on Thursday, so the Thanksgiving Day weather will be nice and mild for a large part of the country. The typical […]
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An intense bombogenesis with rapidly deepening pressure is underway over the Labrador Sea tonight, massive waves will head towards Iceland on Thursday
An explosive surface low will develop Tuesday night into the Labrador Sea and continue deepening while moving along the southern tip of Greenland on Wednesday. A major windstorm with hurricane-force winds and massive near 15-meter (50 feet) sea waves will develop and gradually spread towards Iceland on Thursday. A temporal surface high-pressure system has built […]
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Severe storms with large hail and tornado threat will be possible for a pre-Thanksgiving day across the southern United States
A frontal system with severe weather threats will push across south-central parts of the United States from Tuesday to Wednesday. The weather will then improve for Thanksgiving day on Thursday. Mild and stable weather is expected for the national holiday. Due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, the holiday travels this year are expected to be […]
Please read the Contest participation guides and Rules here. Week 45 of 2020 (Nov 02nd – Nov 08th) – the highest number of votes received. 1st place – WINNER: Brad Hannon – 492 votes “Despite a tornado occurring to the right of this shot, this mammatus stole the show near Elizabeth, Colorado – June 6th […]
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*Winter forecast 2020/2021* Final look at winter reveals a strong La Nina influence, as the Ocean now takes the Atmosphere head-on in the new season
The Winter season 2020/2021 will be somewhat special. It is going to be a nice demonstration of how the ocean can influence the atmosphere. We can usually see this complex interaction in play every day, but some oceanic events do stand out with stronger impacts. The global weather is a very complex system, with many […]
Please read the Contest participation guides and Rules here. Week 44 of 2020 (Oct 26th – Nov 01st) – the highest number of votes received. 1st place – WINNER: Brad Hannon – 352 votes “I doubt I will ever see a storm like this again! – Imperial, Nebraska – May 27th 2019” by Brad Hannon […]
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Atlantic 2020 hurricane season is not done yet, new storms are possible. Is there also a threat to the United States?
Although the Atlantic hurricane season 2020 has already generated record-breaking statistics – 30 named storms, 12 United States mainland landfalls, 9 Greek alphabet list storms, 6 major hurricanes, and record-breaking rapidly intensifying systems, the season is officially not finished yet. Two additional tropical waves are in focus. But does it mean there is also a […]
A significant warm advection for mid-November spreads over Europe today, followed by a cold wave into the eastern half of Europe
A more dynamic weather pattern is now underway across Europe and the North Atlantic this week. Currently, there is a temporal strong upper ridge expanding across the continent, resulting in a very significant warm advection towards Scandinavia. 10-15 degrees C warmer weather will push across parts of Europe and towards the Arctic region. In its […]
Short but intense cold blast is forecast across the East Coast of the United States, then a significant warm wave spreads across the country
The weather pattern across the United States will see a significant change this week. After the cold wave across the eastern and central parts of the country, another quite strong cold blast is forecast for the East Coast. While to the west, a strong blocking high brings very warm weather far north. A significant warm […]
Iota becomes the first Category 5 of the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, now heads for catastrophic landfall in Nicaragua tonight
Iota has been upgraded to a Category 5 hurricane on Monday – the strongest Atlantic storm of the 2020 hurricane season. An extremely rapid intensification has brought the winds to 160 mph and the central pressure to around 918 mbar. Iota is heading west towards Nicaragua and Honduras where catastrophic flooding and life-threatening mudslides are […]
Please read the Contest participation guides and Rules here. Week 43 of 2020 (Oct 19th – Oct 25th) – the highest number of votes received. 1st place – WINNER: Maja Kraljik – 268 votes ” Morning I had the opportunity to witness one of the most beautiful morning shelf clouds since I photograph storms … […]
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Hurricane Warning for Nicaragua and Honduras ahead of an explosively intensifying hurricane Iota, now heads for another record in this historic hurricane season
Iota has been upgraded to a hurricane on Saturday and is now explosively intensifying towards a major hurricane strength. It will be the 6th major hurricane of the Atlantic Hurricane season 2020. Model guidance suggests that Iota will likely become a violent Category 4 hurricane and made a catastrophic landfall in Central America on Monday […]
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A new Tropical Storm Iota forms in the Caribbean and is expected to become a major hurricane by Monday
The Atlantic Hurricane season 2020 is on roll. Yet another Tropical Storm – Iota – has formed over the Caribbean today (Friday, Nov 13th). Iota is a record-breaking 30th named storm of the season. Model guidance suggests that it will rapidly intensify into a major hurricane prior to landfall in Central America on Monday. Severe […]
Please read the Contest participation guides and Rules here. Week 42 of 2020 (Oct 12th – Oct 18th) – the highest number of votes received. 1st place – WINNER: Stavros Kesedakis – 393 votes “Massive rising thunderstorm at sunrise colors off of Rhodes island Greece back in January 15th 2017 …” by Stavros Kesedakis 2nd […]
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A large and persistent Ozone Hole revolves over Antarctica, powered by the unusually cold Stratosphere over the South Pole
After an unusually weak Ozone Hole last year, we have a beast of an Ozone Hole in 2020. The strong and cold stratospheric polar vortex has helped to power the ozone destruction process, keeping the ozone hole large and alive at high strength far into November. THE OZONE LAYER Ozone is the protective layer […]
A rapidly intensifying North Atlantic depression is underway, textbook cyclogenesis will develop major waves towards western Europe on Thursday
It has been very calm weather over the European continent over the past few weeks, thanks to a persistent blocking of high-pressure systems. Now at least western Europe will enter a more dynamic pattern, as several deep North Atlantic depressions will form over the next 10 days. The first is rapidly developing south of Greenland […]
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