Very hot weather is expected to continue across the south-western Europe this week, as the pattern supports ridging across much of Europe and troughs over the Atlantic, maintaining warm advection into the Iberian peninsula. Daily afternoon temperatures should reach up to 35 °C in some areas and even closer to 40°C over the weekend. Attached are daily maximum temperature values for Iberian peninsula – all days should easily surpass 30 °C and even 35 °C. Monday, Sept 17th Tuesday, Sept 18th Wednesday, Sept 19th Thursday, Sept 20th Friday, Sept 21st A more robust pattern will evolve over the weekend with strong ridge re-developing into west-southwest Europe and bring even stronger warm advection towards north. The result will be even higher […]
Nädalavahetusel on nüüd palju asju kokku korjatud. Üle ilma korjatud kokku see sodi, mida inimesed metsa alla ja vette pilluvad. Kas pole kummaline, et veel kolmkümmend aastat tagasi olime me üliõnnelikud, kui mererannast mõne võõraid kirju ja kirevust täis pakendi leidsime. See löödi naelaga saunapidude aukohale – oli selleks aakrikuks siis plekist õllepurk, välismaine plastist šampoonipudel või fooliumist kohvipakk. Küllap on siin mõtlemise koht, kas laseme tööstusel sellist pakendit edasi toota, või astume sellele ühiselt vastu.
We have just entered into the second half of September and a large part of our continent is experiencing much warmer weather than average due to a large upper ridge dominating Europe. Model trends favour a very warm week to continue across south-central and eastern Europe with quite stable weather and summer-like temperatures. More dynamic weather with deep cyclones is expected across the western and northern Europe. Towards the weekend, a significant change in pattern is becoming increasingly likely as a sharp, strong cold front pushes across much of Europe. Monday/Tuesday, Sept 17/18th A large ridge dominates Europe with a deep low over northern Atlantic and a short-wave trough across the UK – the remnants of the post-tropical storm (ex-hurricane) […]
Eeloleva nädalavahetuse ilm tõotab tulla vaheldusrikas, kuid täies hoos olevat sügisrännet see pidurdada ei suuda. Miljonid linnud on meilt juba läbi rännanud ja miljonid on alles siiapoole teel. Kätte on jõudnud aeg, kui hommikud aias on taas kord linnurikkad ja põnevad!
The British Isles and Ireland are in for a lot of windy weather and locally quite a fair amount of rain this week, as no less than three deep lows are expected to pass over the region. The first is the ex-hurricane Helene, which looks comparatively mild, but the other two look potentially very strong with storm to potentially hurricane force winds. We take a closer look. Remnants of ex-hurricane Helene Ex-hurricane (post-tropical storm) Helene is looking less and less strong with each successive model run. Most models currently agree that the system will produce gale force winds with peak gusts around 100-120 km/h late tomorrow. A “wee breeze” as we are assured by the locals. ICON-EU model guidance. Map: […]
Typhoon Mangkhut hit Hong Kong and southeastern China today with intense rainfall and powerful winds. As expected, landfall occurred in the late morning (UTC). Numerous reports have come in, indicating dangerous winds and locally significant damage. Typhoon Mangkhut at landfall over the coast of SE China today, September 16. Image: Himawari-8 / NOAA RAMMB CIRA. The typhoon was Category 1 at the time of landfall, still a very potent tropical system. Keep in mind, however, that it was a Category 5 super typhoon when it hit the Phillipines on Friday. Few reports have come in from the northern part of the Luzon island, which was the hardest hit region.
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