The North Atlantic chart is actually showing a long lasting cyclone over Britain. Well, it IS summer. …
5 June 2012.
I had an uncomfortable night and the Met Office chart is all change noon today. What could that possibly mean?
Friday on the Antarctic chart looks to be another tropical storm. Mawar is slated to become a gale today though it is still a Cat 1 tyoon as I write.
The next rorm looks to be a mid Pacific thing though. So perhaps it will increase in potency as it rolls along the Aleutians past Japan?
Obviously a blocking Low over the NE North Atlantic means a tropical storm too. As it is anticyclonic and that means the spell is about as far out of whack as it can be, the next tropical storm will be a Cat 4 or 5. Or 2 Cat 1s?