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Gael_Force last won the day on July 6 2015

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  1. Your MJO graphic is out of date. The closest match in the archive to such amplification in October is 2006 ... don't know what the other teleconnections were doing then. http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/mjo/
  2. She had a NHC name and the UK met keeps the protocol for already named cyclones. If the next one is not named as a tropical system, it will be named by the local met agency if it warrants such.
  3. Hurricane Ophelia

    http://www.meteociel.fr/modeles/camse_cartes.php The CAMS air quality run shows all the fine particulate rubbish coming in along with Ophelia.
  4. Hurricane Ophelia

    You are showing the chart which shows the strongest wind over the duration of the run. While gust charts show the worst to be expected, the mean, sustained wind looks pretty fierce too!
  5. For those who reckon the strat has a 'memory'... that's the temp and heights profile last winter ended on.
  6. Fortunately we have modern technology at our fingertips ... converter is only a Google click away!
  7. I saw he parted company with WB; is he involved with this site? There's a huge amount of free data including every one of the 50 ensemble runs.
  8. The US weather site that has been used on the hurricane threads has all the ECM data (free for now). https://weather.us/model-charts/euro/cornwall/surface-temperature-f/20171015-1800z.html
  9. October 2017 C.E.T. forecasts

    11c please.
  10. Hurricane Irma

    I think it is based on the GFS model. The ECM has the same figures. https://weather.us/model-charts/euro/bahamas/sign-wave-height-direction-ft/20170908-0000z.html
  11. Hurricane Irma

    I'm not surprised ... there will be some very clenched buttocks with the latest ECM showing this!
  12. Hurricane Irma

    Not as pretty as the close up of the eye of Isabel but she does look very impressive on a global view. Reminds me of some of the 'buzzsaw' typhoons seen in the Pacific.
  13. Hurricane Irma

    The ECM has it as low as 926mb between the Bahamas and Cuba. There's more detailed close up charts on the US weather site.
  14. September 2017 C.E.T. forecasts

    14.7c please.