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Jo Farrow

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    Forecasting, Girlguiding, cycling, tennis, nature, baking,
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  1. All about this season's names and the Southwest groups's list is out today. We are in West with UK Ireland and Netherlands. https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/9809-name-our-storms-for-201920-the-met-office-met-eireann-and-now-netherlands-knmi-list
  2. If you are wanting a glimpse or photos of the full moon, a Harvest moon tonight, there will be a lot of clear skies, but quite nippy too. Read more here
  3. The list of storm names for 2019 2020 season and how #NameourStorms works. Who chooses the names? Low pressures with the potential to bring severe weather, usually wind but can be rain or snow. Read more here
  4. Warmer air in the south on Thursday and again at the weekend. Needed a bit of a tropical stir but some fine September weather to come with temperatures into the 20sC. Read more here
  5. Now post Tropical, heading across the UK on Thursday, bringing some rain and blustery winds, nothing severe. Warmer air though 1100 AM AST Tue Sep 10 2019 "Gabrielle has now completed its transition to an extratropical cyclone this morning... Gabrielle is now an extratropical low, and this is the latest advisory on this system. Models are in excellent agreement that the cyclone will move northeastward and slowly weaken through midweek with the system evolving into an open trough and dissipating beyond 36 hours prior to reaching the British Isles."NHC ...GABRIELLE BECOMES AN EXTRATROPICAL CYCLONE... ...THIS IS THE FINAL ADVISORY..
  6. Once tropical storm or hurricane, now extratropical lows in the north Atlantic, ready to bring some heavier rain, blustery winds and warm air to the UK. Dorian and Gabrielle in the mix. Read more here
  7. Not sure when their season list is announced but yes, for example they named Emma, a low that came our way in the Beast from the East 2018
  8. So now a combination of Met Eireann (Ireland) UK Met Office and the Dutch national weather forecasting service, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI). ! Spain Portugal and FRance name together already.
  9. After a blustery Friday, the weekend weather is looking much better. More settled some sunshine but feeling cool, even nippy by night. Cricket, F1 and festival forecasts too. Read more here
  10. https://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=41004 @NWSCharlestonSC 16 mins ago The Edisto Buoy (41004), located ~50 miles SE of Charleston, is going to take a direct hit from #Dorian. Current conditions include winds gusting to 74 knots and 23 ft seas. Follow the obs and the web cam at Look at the sea pics too
  11. New Blog about Dorian's progress from GA SC NC VA to Canada this weekend and then affecting our UK weather mid week https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/9798-hurricane-dorian-affects-east-coast-us-with-dangerous-winds-storm-surge-and-flash-flooding-risk
  12. The Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia are being affected by Hurricane Dorian. With mass evacuations already in place and wild seas, there is more to come from this storm. And what about the UK? Read more here
  13. It shows on the ECM https://www.netweather.tv/charts-and-data/ecmwf being modified as it heads well north past Iceland on this run, was furhter south on last one
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