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  1. BBC, just watched incredible night tornado lit up by lightning!

  2. http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/mobile/ - can load on your computers if main site (lappys / deskies version ..) slow to load

    1. ZONE 51

      ZONE 51

      can also load on computers

  3. Merry Christmas! have a good day everyone

  4. Alot to read on NW but I must recommend the Blog on El-Nino., very Interesting! this event could continue to bring some interesting weather. I expect that some arctic cold spells often some severe inbetween Altantic lows/storms, Dec cold spell possible, then late winter easterly/ne flows..

    1. karyo

      karyo

      Which blog is that?

  5. Some fairly new data: enso_evolution-status-fcsts-web.pdf
  6. I feel that this late autumn/ winters one of the the most interesting to study, more likely then not i feel also one of the top 10 most interesting winters to come
  7. COLD WIND but Not quite a FREEZTERLY! but we may get one eventually

    1. William Grimsley

      William Grimsley

      Those swans give me hope. The earliest arrival for over 30 years!

  8. Have been looking at the data and am thinking about doing a LRF. It's looking very interesting, the developing super strong El-Nino has added to the interest and mainly but not only this has got me to take a closer look at data to write a winter forecast. Very briefly my early thoughts: Before Nov are input some data and info, but early indications are of a very cold spell possibly a big freeze by December and throughout the month. November could be cold and snowy - widespread. On the FAX charts / BBC weather I look out for increasing number of occluded fronts and cold fronts. Indicating more cold air, rather then mild sectors. Flocks of birds (seagull type shape wide wing span slow wing thrusting) in theirs masses have been flying from the northeast over inland south east Eng (seen over my area) recently. I and sure many others noticed this during Oct 2010, before the big freeze of late Nov/Dec. They could be migrating/moving from the cold or developing cold / or sea temps, over Scandinavia. Watching for blocking of Atlantic lows, this create more warmer air if they arrive to many early winter. Looking out for strong high pressure over Scandinavia (scandi high) (both already starting) Sea/ocean temperatures around the south seas of Greenland (north Atl) (the low maker) Sea/ocean temperatures in the Northsea of coast from Britain. (the snow maker) North / East Europe snow cover, heavy snow is due to affect there this week, the more snow there the more the cold here. snow cover build up creates more cold pools making any easterly colder over Britain, the colder air and warmer north seas creates more snow, the snow cover also reflects sunlight. Very few Atlantic lows (less warmth) plus above average east europe snow cover creates alot of cold air.
  9. Hi all! be posting more frequently as we head into the deeper autumn, Was an interesting convective summer, saw some interesting stuff. I had a theory once, lack of se winter snow increase of thundery summer nights.. . The super strong El-Nino lookin to bring Britain/Europe an interesting mid-late autumn/winter.... am looking at the ENSO/PDO/AMO/SEA SUR TEMPS, STRATTY, LR MODEL DATA, might do a LR forecast, when theres BIG freeze on the line likely cold fans more hooked!

    1. Costa Del Fal

      Costa Del Fal

      So just do a LR forecast when cold is likely?

  10. Hello all........ not posted for a few centuries....... hope to be on in the near future and look fwd to that! wow what a thundery summer hopefully some raging thundery plumes this season.. (by the way i was electricsnowstorm then tobor thinkin of new user name.......)

    1. weather09

      weather09

      Welcome back. :O) What does your username mean (if anything)?

    2. Daniel*

      Daniel*

      Where have you been?

  11. I have done analysis of the plane in the jungle satellite image and have added some information as text, chances are I'm wrong with this but have carefully looked at the image and if things appear to look like something then are indicate this. Zoomed in to image for you:
  12. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1002982/pg1 Been looking at the image posted on ATS not read the article yet (The original image of a plane over jungle came from someone using the tomnod satellite search) Reposting the link to go with images here - Here's the image from above link: Did a little processing on the image hope you can notice any difference but I can see more detail now after doing this: Looks like a plane in flight that was imaged while the satellite was photographing, can't see any notable disrupted trees?? unless it can land vertically like a harrier jump jet then would expect trees/ground damage behind the plane.. What appears to be vapour/heat around the plane is just visible, planes give this off during flight. No trails at rear visible but this depends on height and air conditions and other factors I would expect, and so are not always produced, as far as I know. (note have removed the red from highlight circle.. other zoomed images without this are lower reso)
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