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Tag Archives: canada
Cold weather in Europe and the US
Our meteorologists will be keeping a close eye on the weather in eastern Europe and the USA this week. With high pressure dictating the weather over western Europe, cold air and associated weather systems are being funnelled southwards across eastern … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged canada, cold, Denmark, disruption, Eastern Europe, flooding, germany, Greece, Poland, rain, severe weather, snow, Turkey, usa, weather, wind, Winter 1 Comment
Global tropical storms, heavy rain and snow
With the weather in the UK still relatively settled we take a look at where the weather may have an impact around the world in the coming days. Hurricane Nicole in the Atlantic Since yesterday Nicole, located in the Atlantic … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Atlantic hurricane season, canada, gales, heavy rain, Hurricane Nicole, hurricanes, Mediterranean, pacific, Rockies, snow, tropical cyclones in the Pacific, usa Comments Off on Global tropical storms, heavy rain and snow
Extreme global weather
The UK may be experiencing what looks likely to be a milder than average winter but other parts of the globe are struggling against some extreme weather conditions. Middle East Heavy snow is expected to affect large parts of Turkey, … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Atlantic, blizzards, canada, cold, gulf stream, lake effect snow, lake ontario, lake superior, middle east, North America, snow, snowfall, UK 5 Comments