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VALID FOR 16-03-2019

Severe Weather Outlooks FAQ

SYNOPSIS

The upper ridge dominates southern and southwestern Europe while an upper trough is moving across the eastern Europe. An upper low moves across the Middle East. Another deep trough develops over the Atlantic and pushes into the western Europe. At surface, a deep cyclone pushes across the British Isles and Ireland into the North Sea.

DISCUSSION

SLGT risk has been issued for S Ireland, SW England and Wales for severe non-convective wind gusts, locally in excess of 90-100 km/h. Excessive rainfall is also possible across parts of Wales (Snowdonia National park) where 80-100 mm of rainfall sums is likely.

SLGT risk has been issued for the North Sea and extreme S Norway with threat for severe non-convective wind gusts in excess of 100 km/h.

TSTM risk area has been placed across the E Mediterranean and Middle East where diurnal driven storms are expected.


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