There has been a lot of gleeful anticipation of a forecast gale for western Europe over the last few days. I don't think it is going to come empty handed. …
All the talk about the coming storm tomorrow (Monday 28 October 2013) has completely ignored the fact the North Atlantic chart produced by the Met. Office is choc full of thunder fronts:
The NAEFS from Canada shows the likelihood of volcanic activity in spades too and set to run through to at least the 2nd of November:
> http://weather.gc.ca/ensemble/naefs/cartes_e.html (Pressure at sea level.)
Not only that but the magnitudes of earthquakes have all been quite low since the 5.7 M. on the 25th. So a large magnitude quake may also be on the cards. I don't know what interplay there is with severe quakes and volcanic explosions, yet.
We've been warned!