A deep extratropical cyclone brings intense snow blizzard and violent winds into Iceland tomorrow – Sunday, Apr 5th
North Atlantic gets into its dynamic mode again this weekend. A strongly deepening extratropical cyclone develops tonight while blasting into Iceland tomorrow. It brings an intense snow blizzard across the island first, as the country will be under very low temperatures the whole weekend. Violent winds will locally be possible. During the Sunday afternoon hours, […]
Pinhole eye develops with the Tropical Cyclone #HAROLD – heading for a potentially devastating Category 4 landfall on #Vanuatu on Tuesday
Here is an update of the rapidly intensifying Tropical Cyclone #Harold. It has moved away from the Salomon Islands and is now organizing further while slowly moving south-southeast towards Vanuatu archipelago. At 12 UTC, Apr 4th, the system was packing maximum sustained winds of 115 knots (130 mph / 215 km/h) with the minimum central […]
Another impressive tropical system is currently ongoing – a Tropical Cyclone #Irondro in the South Indian Ocean. A rapidly strengthening system is packing maximum sustained winds of 75 knots (85 mph / 140 km/h) with the minimum central pressure of around 975 mbar. It is, however, located over the open waters so it does not […]
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Some pretty spectacular sight over the North Pacific ocean today – ship tracks. These narrow clouds are formed along the exhaust of the traveling ships across the ocean. Ship tracks are best seen on the visible satellite channel. Note: Ship tracks are low/mid-level clouds that form around the exhaust released by ships into the stable […]
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