Autumn months often result in waterspout events over the Mediterranean sea, especially the Adriatic, Ligurian, Tyrrhenian, and Ionian seas. The seas remain very warm and provide fuel for storms. In the case of the upper low and lack of winds/shear, the environment becomes conducive for waterspouts. This weekend, a waterspout outbreak occurred over the Adriatic […]
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Severe weather outlook – forecast across Europe. This forecast features areas of organized severe weather with risk levels and severe weather threats across the European continent. SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK – DAY 1 Valid: 25/09/2020 06 UTC – 26/09/2020 06 UTC Issued by: Severe Weather Europe Forecaster: Marko Korošec SUMMARY Widespread severe storms including […]
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Hurricane season takes a short break, but the USA faces a new burst of activity in October, as an MJO wave is incoming from the west
Hurricane season 2020 has been very active so far, with many records broken in a short period of time. A short break has now begun, with the activity slowly shifting to the Caribbean sector, aided by the incoming MJO wave. 2020 HURRICANE SEASON SO FAR The hurricane season was quite astonishing so far and […]
Severe weather outlook – forecast across Europe. This forecast features areas of organized severe weather with risk levels and severe weather threats across the European continent. SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK – DAY 1 Valid: 24/09/2020 06 UTC – 25/09/2020 06 UTC Issued by: Severe Weather Europe Forecaster: Marko Korošec SUMMARY Severe storms including supercells […]
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It has been a rather quiet tropical pattern over the western Pacific lately, after a devastating Super Typhoon Haishen and Typhoon Maysak earlier this month. now, a Severe Tropical Storm Dolphin is moving along eastern Japan and threats Tokyo with severe winds and flooding potential over the next 48 hours. The National Meteorological and Hydrological […]
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What a sight in the Atlantic today! Hurricane Teddy has undergone a spectacular extratropical transition prior to dangerous landfall in Nova Scotia, Canada. At the same time, a Tropical Storm Beta made landfall in Texas and brought an extreme amount of rain and flooding. A more than 3000 miles (3500 kilometers) cold front is connecting […]
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It has been a horrible and deadly wildfire season in the western United States. Severe wildfires have been burning across Oregon, Washington, California, and Colorado in August. Wildfires have burned a record-breaking area, following recent hot summer and extreme drought conditions. A massive smoke cloud was forecasted to spread into the Atlantic and has now […]
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Hurricane Teddy is moving north near Bermuda on Monday and continues towards a potentially extremely dangerous landfall in Canada. Teddy has been gradually weakening over the weekend but remains a very large and powerful hurricane. Severe damaging winds, storm surge, and major near 20-meter waves are expected to strike Nova Scotia, eastern Canada on Wednesday […]
Fall arrival to Europe this week: summer weather replaced with cold and lots of rain, snow in the Alps
A long period of hot summer weather is coming to an end. It will be replaced with autumn weather. Right in time for the end of calendar summer and start of the calendar autumn, Sept 22nd. A complete pattern flip is forecast to bring much colder and rainy fall weather into a large part of […]
Trends in storm environments over the last 4 decades suggest increases over Europe and decreases over the United States
A recently released research article published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society indicates that stronger convective inhibition causes declines in the frequency of thunderstorms over the United States, while a substantial increase in low-level moisture supports more thunderstorm activity over southern, central, and northern Europe. Will rapidly increasing convective inhibition over the United […]
Please read the Contest participation guides and Rules here. Week 34 of 2020 (Aug 17th – Aug 23rd) – the highest number of votes received. 1st place – WINNER: Christian Kreuzer – 357 votes “Shelfcloud east bavaria /Germany 26.07.20” by Christian Kreuzer 2nd place: Maja Kraljik – 340 votes “This was the last stage of […]
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Busy hurricane season 2020 continues. We are out of traditional hurricane names, moving into the Greek alphabet
There are still several months left until the official end of hurricane season 2020, but there has already been twice the average number of storms. With 23 storms under the belt, the traditional hurricane names are used. We are moving into the Greek alphabet. Alpha and Beta formed on Friday, but more is on the […]
*10-15 day forecast* Double low-pressure systems drop into the United States and Europe, while a strong Autumn ridge builds into the Arctic Circle
Days are getting longer, and the temperatures over the Northern Hemisphere are slowly dropping. Global weather systems are evolving into proper Fall weather patterns, as seen on the 10-15 day forecast trends. A colder air system is expected to drop into the northeastern United States and into Europe a few days earlier. We use the […]
Unprecedented Atlantic hurricane season ran out of storm names – Wilfred and Alpha form, Beta could threaten Texas
While the tropical Atlantic is very busy with a monster Category 4 hurricane Teddy, the Gulf of Mexico is expected to form another Tropical Storm today – Beta. Yes, we are already in the Greek alphabet. By Sunday, Beta could even intensify into a hurricane. The landfall could occur in Texas early next week, with […]
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