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Tag Archives: america
Predictions of a below average Atlantic hurricane season
The Met Office Atlantic tropical storm forecast for 2015 is for eight tropical storms between June and November, with a 70% chance (the ‘70% range’) that the number will be in the range six to ten. This is below-normal relative … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged 2015, america, Atlantic, El Nino, ENSO, forecast, hurricane, Met Office, tropical storm, usa 1 Comment
Stark weather contrasts across the USA
While the UK continues to see fairly typical winter weather, over the other side of the Atlantic the US is experiencing some stark contrasts. While some parts in the west are seeing warm and dry conditions, eastern areas are seeing … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged america, california, cold, Drought, lake snow, Met Office, snow, us, usa, weather 3 Comments
US snowfall and will it impact the UK?
Parts of the US and Canada are seeing particularly cold weather and heavy snowfall at the moment. A southward buckle in the jet stream has seen cold polar air flow south to north eastern parts of North America. In the … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged america, buffalo, cold, Jet stream, Met Office, snow, Storm, UK, United States, usa, weather 3 Comments