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What the sea can tell us about spring 2018

We're starting to get together our ideas and initial guidance for spring and summer 2018. I thought you might like to see some of the input into the forecasts based on the weak La Nina we're currently experiencing. Firstly the 500mb flow for springs with similar sea temperatures show a strong tendency

September 2017 – Final Forecast

+++ THIS FORECAST IS FOR PRIVATE CLIENTS ONLY AND MAY NOT BE DISTRIBUTED OR COPIED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION. +++   FINAL FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER 2017 ============================== Issued: Thursday 31stĀ August 2017 Contact: simon@weatherweb.net   HEADLINES ========= + Fair early few days + Much more unsettled and cooler mid-month + Risk of strong winds at times + Better final third   FACTORS AFFECTING

Harvey and climate change: a few points

Hurricane Harvey has now dumped a record amount of rainfall from a single tropical storm on parts of Texas, topping 50 inches in some areas, resulting in catastrophic flooding. Much has been made of the link between this record breaking storm and 'man-made climate change' over the past day or so. The

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