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Piers Corbyn: WeatherAction.com - Essence of Winter Europe - Public Sponsored Forecast - HELL TO FREEZE OVER THIS WINTER
Wednesday, December 1st 2010, 7:33 AM GMT
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MUST SEE VIDEO LINK: Deadly Early Season Snowstorm Thrashes US, SkyNews
Monday, October 31st 2011, 10:37 AM GMT
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At least eight people have been killed and nearly three million homes left without power after a rare early season snowstorm hit the east coast of the US.

Governors declared states of emergency in New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and parts of New York as the freak winter storm dumped record-breaking levels of snow as it churned from the Mid-Atlantic to New England.

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy said the state had experienced the largest number of power outages in its history and emergency centres were opened in most cities


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White Christmas 'A Dead Cert' For The UK by Kat Higgins
Tuesday, December 14th 2010, 4:44 PM GMT
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It has been one of the coldest Decembers for decades and now forecasters say a white Christmas is definitely going to happen this year.

Arctic winds are expected to bring more freezing weather from Thursday with some areas of the country seeing up to eight inches of snow.

And looking further into the future, it looks like most of the country will be swathed in the white stuff on December 25.

Jonathan Powell, a forecaster with Positive Weather Solutions, said: "Our models are showing we will see a white Christmas.

"The most likely places to have one are Scotland, north-east England, the east coast, the South East and London. It's going to happen."
Source Link: news.sky.com
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Joe Bastardi: AccuWeather releases updated forecast for remainder of winter by Brent McGrady
Sunday, January 16th 2011, 5:51 PM GMT
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A strong La Nina weather pattern will keep the cold and stormy weather in place across the Capital Region into at least February. Photo: AccuWeather.com

According to an updated winter forecast released today by AccuWeather.com, a strong La Nina in the equatorial eastern Pacific will continue to cause extreme weather for the remainder of the winter of 2011 across much of the country. The difficult part of the forecast is where the extreme weather will occur and whether or not it will occur with regularity.

Despite some reports that La Nina was weakening, the current La Nina is still going strong and many forecasters predict that it will persist into the Spring and potentially even the Summer and Fall of 2011. AccuWeather.com long range forecasters believe that due to the strong La Nina, colder than normal temperatures will continue to affect the eastern states, particularly the northeast and the Capital Region of upstate New York, into early February. Continued cold outbreaks are expected through the end of January, with the deepening snowpack primed to make the outbreaks even more extreme.
Source Link: examiner.com
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World of two halves! Map shows most of Northern Hemisphere is covered in snow and ice
Sunday, February 13th 2011, 7:16 PM GMT
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At first glance it looks like a graphic from a Discovery Channel programme about a distant ice age. But this astonishing picture shows the world as it is today - with half the Northern Hemisphere covered with snow and ice.

The image was released by the National Oceanic And Atmospheric Association (NOAA) on the day half of North America was in the grip of a severe winter storm.

The map was created using multiple satellites from government agencies and the US Air Force.
Source Link: dailymail.co.uk
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Vancouver temperatures may hit record lows this week Tracy Sherlock, Vancouver Sun
Monday, February 21st 2011, 6:04 PM GMT
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VANCOUVER -- Don’t remove your snow tires just yet, because a severe cold snap that may be followed by a snow dump is on the way.

Global TV meteorologist Mark Madryga said the shivery days coming up could be record breaking.

Environment Canada is calling for a low temperature of minus seven for Thursday, and minus 8 for Friday, both of which would break records for coldness, if the forecast comes to pass. The previous cold record for Feb. 24 is minus 6.5 in 1993 and the average minimum temperature is two degrees. For Feb. 25, the previous cold record is minus 5.2, also in 1993, and the average minimum temperature is two degrees.

Sunday morning it got down to minus four at the airport, with the record low at minus six.

“All of the weather charts are strongly showing Arctic air punching down over us,” Madryga said. “We’ll probably get a lot colder than minus four by Wednesday night or Thursday morning.

“We could be flirting with minus 10 on Thursday and Friday, along with a strong wind that will make it feel even colder.”
Source Link: vancouversun.com
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La Nina is dead, here comes La Winta: BOM says get out your stockings by Alison Godfrey
Wednesday, May 18th 2011, 6:32 AM GMT
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TEMPERATURES in Australia are dropping but forecasters warn this isn't just a brief cold snap - winter is here.

In the past few days much of the country has experienced the coldest temperatures of the year, despite winter not officially starting until June 1.

In Sydney the temperature dropped to 7.3C yesterday while residents in Adelaide awoke to 5.2C. In Brisbane the mercury was at a low of 7.9C at the weekend.

Although Melbourne hit a low of 3.5C last Tuesday, the city was basking in 11C yesterday.

In Hobart yesterday it was almost balmy, with a minimum temperature of 12.3C. But that appears to be an odd break after temperatures there sunk as low as 3.2C at the start of the month.

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Source Link: heraldsun.com.au
Joe Bastardi: EVEN COLDER AS THE GLOBAL FREE FALL CONTINUES!
Sunday, February 20th 2011, 3:03 PM GMT
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CLICK to see "Breaking Weather: Winter Makes A Comeback" from AccuWeather.com

The running 30 day mean is about to take another drop. One sees how CYCLICAL the overall pattern is with an up and down, biased up when we are warming, down when we are cooling. But the site I posted Friday will be fun to watch. Given what we are looking at globally to end the month, we are going to see a fall to .1 below normal in the running 30 day mean by the end of the month.

So on March 2, when the data comes in, see if I am right

ciao for now ****


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Source Link: accuweather.com
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Snow arrives two months early by Thomas Hunter
Tuesday, April 12th 2011, 8:14 AM GMT
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The wet weather which lashed southern Victoria overnight has also reached the high country, with Mt Buller, Falls Creek and Mt Hotham all reporting good snowfalls since the weekend.

With the official start to the ski season still two months away, the snow continues to fall across Mt Buller today after temperatures fell below zero last night. At 9.30am the temperature had climbed back to minus 0.2 degrees after plunging to minus 1.6 degrees. About 10cm had fallen at Mt Buller by 9am.

"Early snow is always exciting to see and it gets everyone into thinking about the season ahead," said Laurie Blampied, general manager of Buller Ski Lifts.

He said that although snow was not unusual for April, 10 centimetres was a "significant amount for this time of year".
Source Link: theage.com.au
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Coolest March since 1994: AccuWeather.com
Sunday, April 10th 2011, 2:36 PM GMT
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Remote Sensing Systems has released their satellite measured temperature data for the month of March 2011.

March 2011 ended up as the coolest March globally since March of 1994. The actual global temperature anomaly for the lower troposphere last month was negative 0.026 C.

This is also the first month since June of 2008 that the global temperature anomaly was in the negative.

The RSS image below gives you a visual of where the warmer and colder than normal regions were across the globe for March 2011

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Source Link: accuweather.com
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