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Intense rainfall expected locally in some parts of Spain over the next 3 days, local flooding likely

Severe Weather Europe - 17. November 2018 - 21:51

A deep cutoff upper low will make its way across the SW part of the Iberian peninsula, bringing unsettled weather with rain showers and thunderstorms to the region. Locally intense storms will produce persistent torrential rainfall, resulting in locally 100+ mm of rainfall over the next 48-72 hours. Major cutoff low over extreme SW Europe at noon on Sunday. Map: PivotalWeather. The cutoff low moves from its current position west of the Iberian peninsula across its southwestern part into the western Mediterranean and extreme northern Africa (N Morroco, NW Algeria). Persistent westerly flow will advect moist, warm airmass into the coastal area of Spain and SW France, producing combined convective and orographic rainfall. Further intense rainfall is expected with frontal […]

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Half of the world's annual precipitation falls in just 12 days

ScienceDaily - 16. November 2018 - 18:06
Currently, half of the world's measured precipitation that falls in a year falls in just 12 days, according to a new analysis of data collected at weather stations across the globe. By century's end, climate models project that this lopsided distribution of rain and snow is likely to become even more skewed, with half of annual precipitation falling in 11 days.
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Week 40 (October 2 – 8, 2017) Contest Winners

Severe Weather Europe - 16. November 2018 - 16:34

The WINNER among the 70 entries in Weeks 40 is: Erik Baloh. 1. place – WINNER: Erik Baloh – 186 votes “My favorite from 2017……Trieste from Socerb.” 2. place: Sandro Puncet – 166 votes “Multiple lightning strikes in one exposure… 6.8.2017. Island Losinj, Croatia – Sandro Puncet Photos“ 3. place: Danijel Jovanovic – 144 votes “Austria shaped cloud with intra-cloud lightning over Innsbruck” 4. place: Fred Fritzy‎ – 140 votes 5. place: Nagy Pityu‎ – 131 votes “Greetings! LP supercell’s mesocyclone above the Harghita Mountains in Transylvania, Romania. The shot was taken on the 12th of july 2017” 6. place: Marc Favre‎ – 97 votes “Close storm in Tuscany, Italy sept 9th 17. One 30s exp. Canon 7D. EFS 10-22 […]

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Snow coming to southeastern and parts of eastern Europe in the next several days

Severe Weather Europe - 16. November 2018 - 14:24

Significant snowfall is expected for large parts of southeastern and parts of eastern Europe over the next several days. It is actually quite a dynamic situation across Europe right now, and it will become even more dynamic over the next several days. A cutoff surface low moves from Tunisia across central Mediterranean, Greece/Aegean region into the Black Sea, skirting under the southern parts of a broad cutoff upper low over SE-E Europe over the next 4 days. It produces intense precipitation, rain across lower elevations of Greece and snow at higher elevations as well as further northeastwards. Snowfall is already being reported in parts of the Balkans, including Romania and Bulgaria. Further snowfall is expected across large parts of Bulgaria […]

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Extreme warmth for Iceland and Greenland this weekend, Nov 16-18th

Severe Weather Europe - 15. November 2018 - 13:23

An extreme warmth will develop across the Arctic region this weekend, in response to a very strong upper ridge and high pressure system. Northern Atlantic, Iceland, Greenland, Faroe islands, Scandinavia and Scotland will experience unsually warm weather for this time, with daytime temperatures 10-15 °C above normal. The pattern evolving across Europe indicates an extremely strong upper ridge centered over the Arctic region with several deep cyclones located to its west over the northern Atlantic. Together with powerful high pressure system across the northern Europe, this results in a sharp presssure / temperature gradient right across Iceland. A very strong southern jet stream will advect additional warm airmass towards already very warm weather caused by significant subsidence beneath the upper […]

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Here comes the Leonid meteor shower!

Severe Weather Europe - 15. November 2018 - 12:21

This weekend the venerable Leonid meteor shower returns. It is a quiescent year for the meteor shower, but it will still produce a fine celestial show. …the constellation Leo was climbing higher into the eastern sky. More and more Leonids were appearing, first one or two per minute, but soon the gaps between meteors were only several seconds long. As you still reveled in seeing a bright Leonid, a new one would streak through your field of view, producing a short-lived wake. Suddenly the sky lit up as a brilliant fireball blazed through Orion, leaving a bright train, first looking like an airplane contrail, slowly twisting into a snake-like shape under the effects of high-altitude winds. Meanwhile three more Leonids […]

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Weeks 38-39 (September 18 – October 1, 2017) Contest Winners

Severe Weather Europe - 14. November 2018 - 22:18

The WINNER among the 87 entries in Weeks 38-39 is: Sandro Puncet. 1. place – WINNER: Sandro Puncet – 302 votes “Waterspouts and lightning on Adriatic sea … 3.9.2017. Island Lošinj, Croatia” 2. place: Domen Svetlin ‎- 225 votes “Thunderstorm over the northern Adriatic sea” 3. place: Brice Volo – 192 votes “arcus,le 28 juin 2017,département de l’ain, france” 4. place: Stavros Kesedakis‎ – 167 votes “the core” Supercell with intense hailcore in Colorado USA this past May… Cyclone of Rhodes /JWSevereWeather” 5. place: Devid Raziel Penguti‎ – 152 votes “Mammatus Sunset, Polesine 28.06.17 – www.facebook.com/devid.penguti 6. place: Marko Korošec‎ – 147 votes “Massive twin CG bolts striking just in front of me in Istra, Croatia. Sept 24, 2017.” 7. […]

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Climate simulations project wetter, windier hurricanes

ScienceDaily - 14. November 2018 - 20:20
New supercomputer simulations by climate scientists have shown that climate change intensified the amount of rainfall in recent hurricanes such as Katrina, Irma, and Maria by 5 to 10 percent. They further found that if those hurricanes were to occur in a future world that is warmer than present, those storms would have even more rainfall and stronger winds.
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Houston's urban sprawl increased rainfall, flooding during Hurricane Harvey

ScienceDaily - 14. November 2018 - 20:19
Researchers found that Houston's urban landscape directly contributed to the torrential rainfall and deadly flooding of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Houston's risk for extreme flooding was 21 times greater due to urbanization. The results highlight the human role in extreme weather events and the need to consider urban and suburban development when calculating hurricane risk.
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Climate control of Earth's critical zone

ScienceDaily - 14. November 2018 - 19:03
New research by geoscientists shines a light on this hidden world from ridgetops to valley floors and shows how rainfall shapes the part of our planet that is just beyond where we can see.
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Warmer winter temperatures linked to increased crime

ScienceDaily - 13. November 2018 - 18:04
Milder winter weather increased regional crime rates in the United States over the past several decades, according to new research that suggests crime is related to temperature's effect on daily activities.
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Arctic sea ice: Simulation versus observation

ScienceDaily - 13. November 2018 - 18:03
As an indicator of the impacts of climate change, Arctic sea ice is hard to beat. Scientists have observed the frozen polar ocean advance and retreat at this most sensitive region of the Earth over decades for insight on the potential ripple effects on assorted natural systems: global ocean circulation, surrounding habitats and ecosystems, food sources, sea levels and more.
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Weeks 34-37 (August 21 – September 17, 2017) Contest Winners

Severe Weather Europe - 13. November 2018 - 14:21

The WINNER among the 51 entries in Weeks 34-37 is: Mariusz Nawrocki 1. place – WINNER: Mariusz Nawrocki – 239 votes “18.08.2017 – Poland – Gorzow Wielkopolski. Mariusz Nawrocki Nature & Aerial Photography“ 2. place: Dale Kaminski ‎- 234 votes “August 7, 2011 Nebraska Supercell / with Shelf Cloud” 3. place: Ingo Bertram – 108 votes “Shelfcloud near Regensburg, southern Germany, last week Ingo Bertram Photography“ 4. place: Elisa Fantin – 107 votes “Pordenone (N/E ITALY) 1 september 2017” 5. place: Aleš Rozman – 105 votes “Positive lightning strike over Adriatic sea, from Rovinj, Croatia. Sep 1, 2017” 5. place: Danijel Jovanovic – 105 votes “CG-Lightnings just in front of me near Innsbruck, Austria” 6. place: Sebastian Stöttinger‎ – 102 […]

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Weekly pattern overview across Europe – Powerful ridge over the Arctic region and colder across the ESE Europe (Nov 13 – 19th)

Severe Weather Europe - 13. November 2018 - 1:19

A weekly overview across Europe indicates some changes in the overall pattern can be expected, but should remain unsually warm for much of Europe. Especially the Arctic region with experience and extremely strong upper ridge and much above normal temperatures, while cold advection takes places across the east-central Europe and Balkan peninsula towards the weekend. Some dynamic rainy weather is expected across Iberian peninsula and SE Mediterranean. Tuesday, Nov 13th An upper ridge extends across much of Europe, centered over the Mediterranean region and Balkan peninsula into NE Europe. This results in very warm autumn weather across this part of Europe. An upper low moves from SW Russia towards the Black sea and pushes cold airmass towards west. Wednesday, Nov […]

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Kawasaki disease: One disease, multiple triggers

ScienceDaily - 12. November 2018 - 15:24
Researchers have evidence that Kawasaki Disease (KD) does not have a single cause. By studying weather patterns and geographical distributions of patients in San Diego, the research team determined that this inflammatory disease likely has multiple environmental triggers influenced by a combination of temperature, precipitation and wind patterns.
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Week 32-33 (August 6 – 20, 2017) Contest Winners

Severe Weather Europe - 9. November 2018 - 16:38

The WINNER among the 53 entries in Weeks 32-33 is: Idilija Sotnikovaitė 1. place – WINNER: Idilija Sotnikovaitė – 220 votes “Vievis, Lithuania 08-13” 2. place: Dantex Tex‎ ‎- 210 votes “Best show…. too close thunder and intense rainfall! Storm chase of 06/08/2017 to Monfalcone/Italy for my page Pazzi per il meteo goriziano & storm chasing“ 3. place: Fabrice Giroud‎‎‎ – 192 votes “Switzerland 24 06 2016” 4. place: Dražen Suvić – 142 votes “Storm over Rijeka, Croatia, 06.08.2017” 5. place: Alvi Massari – 133 votes “Gorizia, Italy” 6. place: Bruno Fantulin – 93 votes “Cold front attack Jablanica, Velebit, 6.8.2017.” 7. place: Danijel Jovanovic‎ – 77 votes “Lago di Garda, 28/06/2017.” 8. place: Klemen Bandelj‎‎ – 67 votes “Lightning […]

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UK wine-making areas to rival Champagne revealed

ScienceDaily - 9. November 2018 - 3:53
New research identifies areas of the UK which could rival the Champagne region of France. Climate and viticulture experts identified nearly 35,000 hectares of prime viticultural land for new and expanding vineyards -- much of it in Kent, Sussex and East Anglia. As climate change drives warmer growing season temperatures in England and Wales, this new viticulture suitability model allows, for the first time, an objective and informed rapid assessment of land at local, regional and national scales.
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Unseasonally warm weather in parts of Norway – November 7, 2018

Severe Weather Europe - 8. November 2018 - 14:43

It was an unseasonally warm day for southwest Norway yesterday. The warming was the result of both warm air advection from the southeast and Foehn effect warming as the airmass pushed across the mountainous terrain into the coastal areas and fjords. Easterly Foehn winds pushed temperatures across the coastal area of southwestern Norway as high as 19 °C (Yetteroyane Fyr), while many locations experienced temperatures above 15 °C. See map and table below for details. Maximum temperatures in north Europe yesterday, November 7. Map: Meteociel. Maximum temperatures Norway over the 24-hour period until 6h UTC today, November 8. Map: Ogimet.

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Deep cyclone will bring a potential windstorm into Ireland and western British Isles this Friday, Nov 9th

Severe Weather Europe - 8. November 2018 - 12:47

Western Europe is in for another potentially dangerous windstorm tomorrow, Friday, November 9th. A deep cyclone will have developed over the N Atlantic and it gradually moves towards Ireland and continues just west of British Isles. The associated cold front pushes across the region and brings severe to extremely severe wind gusts and excessive rainfall. The pattern is characterized by a persisting blocking ridge across the ENE Europe while a very deep trough with the associated surface cyclone pushes from the N Atlantic into western Europe. A strong pressure and temperature gradient ahead of the low suggests a very strong wind field will develop. 6-hour sequence of the main frontal boundary moving across western Europe. Front brings heavy rain squalls […]

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Week 30-31 (July 24 – August 6, 2017) Contest Winners

Severe Weather Europe - 8. November 2018 - 11:59

The WINNER among the 71 entries in Weeks 30-31 is: Sandro Puncet 1. place – WINNER: Sandro Puncet – 259 votes “Amazing shelf cloud over city… 24.7.2017. Island Losinj, Croatia” 2. place: Ingo Bertram‎ ‎- 192 votes “Anvil lightning and stars at Zusmarshausen, Bavaria, last Sunday.” 3. place: Stavros Kesedakis – 116 votes “Landfall – A mothership supercell picking up dust as it rotates before producing a tornado in Wray Colorado on May 2016 Cyclone of Rhodes / JWSevereWeather” 4. place: Danijel Jovanovic‎‎ – 92 votes “Lightning, Thunderstorm, Rainbow, Sunset in one picture – Skíathos, Greece, 27/07/2017 – Danijel Jovanovic Photography. 5. place: Jef Turelinckx‎ – 91 votes “Mammatus, i love them!” 6. place: Klemen Bandelj – 89 votes “Shelf […]

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