Jump to content
Brasil Abaixo de Zero
Sign in to follow this  
Aldo Santos

Monitoramento e Previsão Internacional - Jan/Fev/Mar/Ab 2014

Recommended Posts

Estes -11º em Jackson são muito significativos! Já achamos incrível quando o sul do RS vai a -4/-5...imaginem

Uruguaiana registrando 2 dígitos negativos??? As MPs canadenses são fortes demais!

 

 

MP = Monstros Polares!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Chicago esta com previsao de -29.....caso faca isso ficará apenas 3 graus do recorde de todos os tempos que foi em 1981 se nao me engano...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Seria legal comparar essas cidades com frio extremo , com algumas do Brasil com latitudes semelhantes seria mais fácil ver o tamanho do cavalo polar tal como fizeram Renan e Ricardo

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
qoEJ9Wm.png

 

PELO EUROPEU, ALGUNS PONTOS DO NORTE DOS USA ENTRE -36/-40 DE MÍNIMA, SEM CORREÇÃO , APENAS PELO MODELO.

 

UMA ONDA DE FRIO RESPEITÁVEL!

 

NO NORTE DA FLÓRIDA ENTRE -4 A -12°C.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

15h UTC

9EB3SWm.png

 

Lake Effect

O04spoH.jpg

 

@stormchaser4850

Flint,MI:16.2" Columbia City,IN: 16.2" Paulding,OH:14" Chicago: 13.5" St. Louis: 12.5" Indianapolis: 11.4"

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Muito épico! Vamos torcer para que o padrão USA se revele, então teríamos

um bom Junho e primeira quinzena de Julho com MP monumental, tipo a do

ano passado.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Estava dando uma olhada na previsão para NY e fiquei impressionado com a queda prevista na temperatura nas próximas 24 hs. Olhem só:

 

Horário EUA

 

12:00 hs 8°C (minutos atrás)

18:00 hs 2

21:00 hs -2

00:00 h -6

03:00 hs -9

06:00 hs -12

09:00 hs -13

12:00 hs -12

 

Accuweather

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Estados Unidos - Mínimas de hoje:

 

-35,0 - International Falls - Minesota

-33,3 - Duluth - Minesota

-31,1 - Casper - Wyoming

-30,6 - Minneapolis - Minesota

-30,0 - Fargo - Dakota do Norte

-27,2 - Bismarck - Dakota do Norte

-25,0 - Chicago - Illinois

-23,9 - Indianapolis - Indiana

-23,9 - Kansas City - Kansas

-23,9 - Omaha - Nebraska

-23,3 - Denver - Colorado

-21,1 - Fairbanks - Alaska

-21,1 - Helena - Montana

-21,1 - St Louis - Missouri

 

Canada - Mínimas de hoje:

 

-40,3 - Yellowknife

-38,9 - Edmonton

-38,0 - Winnipeg

-34,2 - Jasper

-31,8 - Banff

-28,2 - Iqaluit

-27,5 - Dawson

-25,5 - Calgary

-18,2 - Whitehorse

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

2013: Australia’s Warmest Year on Record

 

As the most intense cold wave to envelop a large portion of the U.S. since 1996 unfolds, record warmth has been the story for much of the rest of the world, including California, but especially in Australia where 2013 has been determined to be the continent’s warmest calendar year on record. This year has begun with yet more records. Here are some details.

 

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology issued a special statement on January 3rd confirming that 2013 was the nation’s warmest year on record (since 1910) so far as annual average temperature. The average was 21.8°C (71.2°F) which surpassed the previous warmest year of 21.63°C (70.9°F) set in 2005. 2013 was 1.2°C (2.2°F) above the long-term normal.

 

bahjANc.jpg

Every state averaged above normal in 2013 with at least portions of every state observing their warmest year on record. Map courtesy of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology.

 

nAYdTPd.jpg

The daily national temperature anomalies for Australia as a whole in 2013. September was the most anomalous month every recorded on the continent (see list of superlatives below). Table from Australian Bureau of Meteorology.

 

Last January (2013) started the ball rolling with an extreme heat wave, one of the worst in Australian history. The peak of the heat wave occurred January 2-8, which was Australia’s hottest week on record with January 7th being the single hottest day (nation-wide) ever observed. The entire month of January also became the single warmest month in Australian records. The point maximum temperature was 49.6°C (121.3°F) at Moomba, South Australia on January 12th, the warmest reading measured anywhere in the country since 1998 and the 6th hottest officially observed at any site in Australian for any month. Interestingly, this month (January 2014) is starting off with similar extremes. Just last week on January 2nd, Moomba hit 49.3°C (120.7°F). Even more remarkable was the 49.1°C (120.4F) observed at Walgett in New South Wales on January 3rd (2014). This was the 2nd hottest temperature ever measured in the state falling short of the all-time record of 49.7°C (121.5°F) set at Menindee Post Office on January 10, 1939.

 

Here is a brief list of some of the 2013 temperature anomaly highlights:

 

eYqy5KS.jpg

Above list prepared by Australian Bureau of Meteorology.

 

 

One of the reasons for the unusual warmth in 2013 was very high sea surface temperatures (SST), the third warmest on record according to preliminary data. See map below:

 

ZIZkSBW.jpg

 

More alarming is the long-term trend of the SST’s over Australia’s period of record since 1910 that have roughly followed the temperature trend as well:

 

nmXTRZN.jpg

 

2ftX0gL.jpg

All above maps and graphics by Australian Bureau of Meteorology.

 

The unusual heat contributed to a number of destructive wild fires (or bush fires as they are called in Australia). One of the worst, in terms of damage, was that which scorched southeastern Tasmania during the early January heat wave of 2013. A total of 25,500 hectares (62,000 acres) burned with 193 homes destroyed along with an additional 186 other buildings. Even larger and more destructive wild fires occurred during the early spring heat waves of September and October when 50,000 hectares (124,000 acres) were scorched and 193 homes lost in the Blue Mountain area west of Sydney.

 

It will be interesting to see how Australia fares in 2014, having once more started off with some anomalous heat.

 

KUDOS: Australian Bureau of Meteorology for all of the above graphics and Blair Trewin for bringing this to my attention.

 

Christopher C. Burt

Weather Historian

 

Fonte: http://www.wunderground.com/blog/weatherhistorian/comment.html?entrynum=231

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

As grandes marés, associadas a ventos violentos e chuvas torrenciais provocaram inundações no sul de Inglaterra, no País de Gales e na Escócia e o Reino Unido.

As inundações afetam também o noroeste de França e a Bélgica.

 

Imagens: Metept - Usuário: jonas_87

País de Gales

 

8wbm8o.jpg

 

Inglaterra

 

v5h5b8.jpg

 

Irlanda

 

2e304ut.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Impressionantes as ondas, heim!

 

E eu me lembro de ter acompanhado, durante algum tempo, o inverno-2013

na Austrália. Pelo que via das projeções de temperatura ao longo dos dias,

no geral foi bem fraquinho.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Dá pra entender porque Miami fica lotada de americanos no inverno. É um Oásis de calor no meio de um inferno gelado.

 

A mínima amanhã vai ser de tranquilissimos 11º.

 

Já um pouco mais ao norte:

 

Orlando 0º

Tampa -1º

Jacksonville -4º

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Atlanta tem neste momento a temperatura de -14ºC :shok:

 

Gente, a cidade localiza-se em latitude e altitude semelhantes às do sul do Uruguai. É muito

frio para a região!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Corpus Christi, sul do Texas a 28ºN, com -3ºC! Muito frio para o local!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

06:00AM

 

11,0 - Miami

02,0 - Orlando

-15,0 - Atlanta

-15,0 - Washington

-14,0 - Nova York

-09,0 - Boston

-23,0 - Chicago

-24,0 - Minneapolis

02,0 - Denver

06,0 - Las Vegas

13,0 - Los Angeles

10,0 - São Francisco

06,0 - Seattle

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  

×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Guidelines.