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  1. A brief northwesterly interlude and then back to the nauseating southwesterlies 😞

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    2. karyo

      karyo

      That's right 😞

    3. Don

      Don

      Well, that's the real world for you!

    4. karyo

      karyo

      The real world sucks!

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    karyo

  3. Experiencing Kent

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    2. karyo

      karyo

      Sounds like a nice adventure.

      Kent is quite varied from what I can see. You can get from quite a posh area to a rough one in just a matter of a few miles. 

    3. Had Worse

      Had Worse

      That is the same as most parts of Manchester and even here in Hadfield / Glossop.

      Where are you staying or is it a few days here then a few days there?

    4. karyo

      karyo

      Yes, you are right.

      Staying in Strood, next to Rochester.

  4. Boring high pressure...

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    2. Had Worse

      Had Worse

      Yes, given all the wood burners that will be used to offset the gas / electric hikes, smog could be coming to a place near you.

    3. karyo

      karyo

      @Had Worse yes keeping the bills down is a priority now.

      I hope the special diet works well for your son.

    4. karyo

      karyo

      Athens has a big problem with wood burners in the winter. You can smell it in the air.

  5. For me, this is a perfect example of a hurricane season that is very active but it lacks memorable moments. Most of the activity stays out in the oceans. The Gulf of Mexico after earlier activity has gone dead.
  6. According to spaceweather, this cycle is already more active than the forecasts. Not what I wanted to read with my morning coffee
  7. High pressure in the Balkans has become a permanent feature of the last few years regardless of what the QBO and ENSO state is. For example, most parts of Greece had well below average rainfall last winter and I was in short sleeves on most days. The disastrous summer than followed was not a surprise. I was watching a tv interview of a Greek meteorologist after the fires and he said this constant high pressure is the result of climate change and not a temporary feature. He predicted the Balkans and much of the Med is in the process of becoming desert-like.
  8. Bye Chippenham, hello Hackney

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    2. karyo

      karyo

      I like a bit of danger! 🙂

    3. karyo

      karyo

      @lassie23 Broadway Market is quite cool

    4. lassie23

      lassie23

      yes it is, Hackney used to be more dangerous than it is now lol

  9. Some model runs take Sam to Eastern Canada!
  10. The latest Ecm join the gfs with a recurve north after the leeward islands. It looks to me like the story of this season. Unless the Gulf of Mexico livens up again I can't see another landfall occurring.
  11. So far only the ECM shows an interesting mostly westerly track. The GFS sees it as going north like many previous storms.
  12. Warm Septembers tend to be followed by mild winters so not what I wanted to see.
  13. I was in La Palma in January 2018 and visited many of the volcanic cones from previous eruptions. I stayed in Fuencaliente, in the south of the island. This is for sure the most beautiful of the canary islands, i hope the pine forests survive, the biodiversity in La Palma is unique.
  14. Amazing scenes from the eruption in the island of La Palma! I drove up and down that island in 2018 and visited many of the craters from previous eruptions. Such a beautiful place.

    1. Allseasons-si

      Allseasons-si

      Watch it from the start and it was epic.

    2. karyo

      karyo

      I thought the seismicity would continue on and off for months before the eruption so I was caught by surprise when I saw the news yesterday.

  15. After a lot of activity we have a spotless day
  16. The models have adjusted Nichola's track south and forward speed has slowed down significantly. This is bad news for Louisiana which is going to get stuck under Nicholas for the next few days. Even as he downgrades later to a tropical depression, there will be plenty of rainfall left especially as he will stay close to the Gulf, feeding him with moisture.
  17. The disturbance in the bay of campeche is getting organised. We should easily see a tropical storm out of that. Texas and Louisiana need to watch out as there is the potential of a lot of rain on already saturated ground.
  18. In Chippenham this month. Quite a change after London.

  19. Interesting that this week the ACE is above average based on Larry alone. Then after this week, things are expected to be much quieter. If this proves to be correct then this looks like a rather unexciting September.
  20. We are at the peak of the hurricane season and apart from Larry there is nothing else to look at. I wonder what is causing this.
  21. The latest NHC update makes this a major hurricane by the weekend. So rapid intensification is expected. With the current model outputs, I think places like the Bermuda and Nova Scotia need to watch this storm.
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