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Impressive satellite presentation of deepening low in SW North Sea – Oct 13, 11:00 UTC

An impressive surface cyclone is rotating between Netherlands and UK today, with a few storms with threat for heavy rain and strong winds possible as described in SLGT risk for Day 1 Outlook for 13/10/2013. A well-defined SFC low will continue to produce excessive rainfall throughout the day where high accumulations are expected across the western Belgium and Netherlands.


Surface analysis. Source: Meteocentre.com


Surface pressure mesoanalysis. Source: Meteociel.fr

An impressive satellite presentation of a textbook cyclone located off Netherlands and UK:


VIS satellite view of the cyclone. Source: sat24.com


VIS satellite animation. Source: Meteociel.fr

Here are a couple of radar scans from surrounding radar sites, showing a band of precipitation along the frontal boundary rounding the the low. Several tens mm of rain have already been reported, along with winds gusting up to 70-80 km/h along the coasts.


Belgium composite radar. Source: Meteo.be


UK radar. Source: MetOffice UK


UK radar. Source: Meteociel.fr


W Europe radar. Source: WeatherOnline.co.uk


W Europe radar animation. Source: Meteociel.fr

Follow the ongoing situation on France radar, Netherlands radar, Belgium radar, UK radar and satellite pages.

Outlook day 1 (valid: 13/10/2013)
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