Articles Tagged "North Sea Storm Surge"
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Monday, October 17th 2011, 2:21 PM EDT
The North South split, in particular the sunny and warmer than normal weather in the South / East of Britain for most of ~12-16 Oct has been well confirmed. 17th Oct also looks like being warmer than normal in Southeast England and the expected change to cooler on 18th in the forecast graph is also coming – to the day.
However the return to warm weather originally expected for 19-20th will have been knocked out by the very active 17-18th Extra Top Red period - the expected brief return of High pressure being too weak.
This means: -
1. The 19-20th will be cold everywhere in Britain & Ireland, not warm.
2. The closer proximity of Low centres to Britain around 19-20th increases confidence of major storm activity being nearer or over N/East Britain in the North Sea storm threat period 21-23 Oct.
This increases the risk of serious attacks to N sea coasts of Denmark, NW Germany & N Holland AND increases danger for East England coasts, although the threat level there remains lower than the pounding the sea will deliver to continental coasts.
Sea defences leakage is likely in EastEngland but the probability of overtopping (the Moon not being helpful this time) is not more than about 25%.
3 Although there will be some snow on High ground in Scotland from ~ 19th this is not really much out of the ordinary for this time of year. WeatherAction’s main expectation for some snow (but still not a major amount) mainly in NorthEast remains as 24th-27th.
Saturday, November 21st 2009, 6:58 AM EST
News on 17th-19th Nov TOP Solar Weather Impact Period – Floods & Storms
WeatherAction’s Red Weather Warning in TOP level Solar Weather Impact Period (SWIP) 17th-19th Nov forecast 100 days ahead dramatically confirmed in Britain, Ireland, Europe & around world.
“Why the Cumbria floods were so devastating and what did not happen are of tremendous importance in the future of forecasting” – Piers Corbyn
Another dangerous TOP SWIP due end December
Click to download PDF file to read FULL report from Piers Corbyn
Thursday, November 19th 2009, 5:11 AM EST
) begins to take shape. The Met Office do NOT use information from Piers Corbyn & WeatherAction.com service and yet it is available, why?
The public weather service is losing out, the weather forecast would be far more efficient and useful in times like this. The Met Office should be held to account for ignoring long range forecasts that are more superior then the system they use.
The Met Office have seen "Red" (take action) in Northern parts of the UK, as the storm Piers Corbyn predicted a couple of months ago, and also at the "Climate Fools Day" meeting on the 28th October (see
Wednesday, November 18th 2009, 4:55 AM EST
The storms are here on time* but will we get a North sea surge as well and the 50/50 floods?
(*and there might be a later wave nearer/over the weekend)
That Low 984 plunging South in South Sweden is the motion we want for a surge but it is 150 miles too far East to give the North wind in the North Sea for a North Sea Surge.
For the record it will give one hell of a whack to Copenhagen (the place) and for the record - to BBC (copied in) - this was all predicted by solar activity not CO2 (Already I can hear Al Gore pronouncing 'even Copenhagen has been hit by a dangerous climate change storm'.
Click to download PDF file and read Email from Piers Corbyn
Tuesday, November 17th 2009, 4:57 PM EST
It is thanks to Ralph Tittley from Kane TV
we can now show you the very part of the "Climate Fools Day" Meeting that mentioned the "North Sea Storm Surge".
More videos from the "Climate Fools Day" meeting will be on display soon at WeatherAction.Com
Tuesday, November 17th 2009, 4:26 PM EST
North Sea Storm Surge
", mentioned at the Climate Fools Day meeting on the 28th October, falls in line.
As you can see from my update
on Monday, the Met Office are in a panic. They have now made the Wednesday forecast using just 12- 24 hours notice! This beggers the question do the Met Office know what make's the weather change, the answer to that is NO!
In the space of 24 hours the Met Office have gone from a "be aware" (yellow shade) to "be prepared" (orange shade), this warning now includes the Friday. Will the Wednesday forecast be RED "Take Action"?
This is my daily Met Office update that I'm running to see how close the Piers Corbyn "
Monday, November 16th 2009, 4:54 PM EST
I will maintain the daily Met Office forecast so we can look back and see how close Piers and the Met Office are, in the run up to the "North Sea Storm Surge", the day in question looks to be Thursday 19th November.
Monday, November 16th 2009, 5:28 AM EST
Issued 16th November 2009 by Piers Corbyn (WeatherAction).
The Unfolding storms and what to expect for Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia and around the world.
- South/West coasts Brit & Ireland also under threat.
- N Sea coastal flood risk remains 50/50
- Simultaneous storm events predicted across world
Piers Corbyn, astrophysicist of WeatherAction gives the latest developments around the WeatherAction Red Weather Warnings driven by WeatherAction’s Solar Weather Impact Periods (SWIPs) of 11-13 Nov & 17-19 Nov (dates to within a day from about 100 days ahead and re-confirmed mid Oct).
Full statement in the attached WeatherAction forecast PDF.
Saturday, November 14th 2009, 4:36 PM EST
As we get ever closer to the Piers Corbyn forecast for the "North Sea Storm Surge"
I thought I would look up a recent article to show the area of concern in the UK. This is from the BBC, dated 24th September 2009, it also contains a Video Link.
Millions of people who live in low-lying coastal areas of the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Belgium and the UK are at risk from a severe storm surge.
A major exercise is under way in the Netherlands in which British specialist rescue teams, as well as those from other European countries, are simulating what might happen in the event of a major North Sea flood.
The summer of 2007 saw the worst flooding in a generation in many parts of England and Wales, when more than 7,000 people were rescued from their homes.
During June and July that year the emergency services were stretched to breaking point.
Click this link to read the BBC article including Video Link by Phil Mackie
. Also see this link from the BBC from 2007
North Sea flood tide fears recede
this is the "Near Miss", also predicted by Piers Corbyn.
Saturday, November 14th 2009, 11:11 AM EST
Piers Corbyn, astrophysicist of WeatherAction answered these question put to him on 13th Nov:
“The storm events in the period 11-13th Nov over Britain & Ireland confirm our forecast for this detailed spell which is part of a bigger picture of extreme events 11th-19th. So these gales & deluges are part confirmation of the double event if you like but we are still expecting a bigger hit of world significance in 17-19th period. (timings to within 1 day).
“On specifics our forecast of top gusts in range 50-80mph over 11th – 13th is being confirmed even if a lot is also taking place further South.
Click PDF file to read FULL updated report from Piers Corbyn
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