More showers predicted for northern saiga
By Simon바카라 Hradecky, created Thursday, Aug 15th 2016 18:34Z, last updated Thursday, Aug 15th 2016 18:34Z A small shower or thunderstorm is predicted in western North America and western Europe early today morning. Forecasters expect a shower of 2-4cm. A sm바카라사이트all hail shower is expected to develop in northern Canada and Mexico.
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More than 12,000 meteorologists from nearly 200 national meteorological services across the country have come together to create a special Weather Alert System to monitor storms in the northern North American and western Europe with an emphasis on rain showers, tornadoes, thunderstorms and scattered showers.
Weather Alert will be running live in North America, Western Europe and Mexico and it will continue to op우리카지노erate for several days.
The weather forecast is based on a number of different sources, including:
Forecasters have been predicting thunderstorms with a chance of rain in the southern half of Canada.
With showers expected in France, Britain, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Russia, and Romania.
Storms to be weak in Spain and Britain this morning with wind gusts around 40km/h.
Rain in the north with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Forecasters have issued severe thunderstorm warnings in the southern United States for parts of eastern Florida, northern North Carolina and southeastern Louisiana with winds of 80 to 90km/h.
Strong gusts of up to 60km/h are expected.
The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale has been moved to the moderate/strong warning status for most areas for a very dangerous storm system, with higher wind gusts expected to hit southeastern Mississippi and Louisiana.
Storm potential for parts of Florida remains strong with storm surge to heights of six to 12 metres, with wind speeds of up to 45km/h.
Storm potential for the southeast is low with storm surge to 11 metres and high winds of up to 25km/h.
Storm potential for eastern Ohio remains high with gusts of up to 35km/h and storm surge of 10 metres to 25 metres.
Storm potential for the central part of the US remains strong with winds of up to 30km/h.
Storm potential in southern Florida remains high with storm surge of 6 metres and storm surge up to 20 metres with hurricane force winds.
The heavy snow cover will continue to grow in central Nort