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November R5 "Red Warning" period comes to an end with another "Cut Off" over Europe!
Monday, November 12th 2012, 6:46 PM EST
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Image AttachmentThe "Jet Stream" location has been a very good tool to use to show how the activity on the Sun can change weather patterns on the Earth's climate. The following story from MeteoWeb.eu is all about the "Cut Off" left behind from the re-location of the Jet Stream.

As you can see from todays image from NetWeather.tv, the "horseshoe shape" is below the current Jet Stream location indicating the Jet Stream is on the rise back above the UK. This re-location of the Jet Stream will also happen in the USA at the same time.

Amazingly this weather report of the Sun going into "Funk" with three M6+ Earthquakes at the same time as a Jet Stream shift will not be reported in the media, as it would conflict with peoples understanding as to how the Sun affects our climate!

Also see below the final day Proton Flux chart of the Sun being in "Funk"!

Algerian hinterland isolating the "CUT-OFF" direct on the islands; storms in southern Spain, flood risk as well on Algerian coast by Daniel Ingemi, MeteoWeb.eu - Google Translate Italian/English

Intense storms northern Algeria


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The bad weather has hit so heavy even in the south of Spain, where yesterday there were thunderstorms and torrential rains that have caused a lot of damage and extensive flooding. The area most affected is that of the province of Almeria, Andalucia. Here we have focused the strongest storms that produced flooding and floods in various locations. In the capital, in a few hours would have fallen more than 58 mm of rain.

But in remote areas accumulations were much higher than the figure of the city, so much so that in many towns the heavy downpours of rain have flooded the streets, causing extensive damage to homes, offices, shops and businesses. Many motorists were trapped in their cars in underpasses and road sections submerged. Heavy rainfall, accompanied by a moderate ventilation easterly, from the East and E-NE, have also swelled the number of streams, rivers and streams that cross the territory of the province of Almeria.

The "CUT-OFF" which is isolated inland Algerian

The intense phase of the storm was originated by the isolation of a "CUT-OFF" (closed cyclonic vortex at the top), between the Sea of Alboran and northern Algeria. In fact, as we predicted in the forecasts in recent days, the Sunday night the axis of the trough north Atlantic, lying to the north of Algeria, he started going to "CUT-OFF", due to the relaxation of the zonal dell'anticiclone Azores, who spanciandosi in the open ocean, began to push its own wedge to the north-east, in the direction of Spain and France, cutting and breaking in two broad ripple cyclonic northern ocean, which has sunk its roots from the central-western basin of the Mediterranean Sea and the Algerian hinterland. The cut of the axis of the trough has facilitated the rapid isolation of "CUT-OFF" (closed cyclonic vortex at the top), between northern Algeria, where he developed a core depressionario altitude (500 hpa) with l ' isotherm of -25 ° to 5100 meters.

The formation of this "CUT-OFF" on the northern Algeria, with a stone cold at high altitude of well -25 ° (500 hpa), will result in a rapid destabilization of the atmosphere, the net tightening of "thermal gradient horizontal" will feed the convective activity, encouraging the development of towering cumulus cloudiness that will result in intense precipitation between the Atlas Mountains and the northern coast of Algeria, where between the night and tomorrow you will see thunderstorms and even real storms like those that hit yesterday the south of Spain.

The area most at risk is between the cities of Oran and Algiers, the capital, since the positioning of the minimum baric just south of the Atlas Telliano, will be hit by a damp ventilation back from NE and N-NE, the Sea of Balearic Islands, which thicken a dense cloud cover, for "stau" (orographic barrier), the northern slopes of the Atlas, can bring substantial rainfall throughout the Algerian coast. Algiers, in these situations, it can record important contributions rainfall, thanks to the strong "stau" exercised by the damp ventilation Atlas mountains north-east that is charged with moisture above the lower Mediterranean.

The dense rain and heavy downpours are likely to swell many streams and rivers, which have remained dry for the entire summer season. But the rains and some reverse, although definitely more isolated, able to spill over inland desert, between the Saharan Atlas range, the area of Laghouat, Biskra, Batna, to the eastern border with Tunisia.

In the afternoon, with a gradual shift towards the east of the cyclonic vortex at high altitude, ready to become fully autonomous bodies cloudy and rains associated also extend to Tunisia, with the slope, along the eastern edge of the "CUT-OFF", the a "Warm Conveyor Belt" (a large cluster Cloudy generated by the flow of hot and humid air which fits externally to the front system, starting from the lower and middle troposphere, then in front of the cold front), type "rearward", characterized the typical cyclonic rotation of the bodies cloud in front of the low pressure in the lower layers and accompanied by a moderate southern ventilation. This "Warm Conveyor Belt" in the next night, also reach the Channel of Sardinia and the southern coasts of the island, where the moisture retrieval from E-SE in the lower layers, triggered by the isolation of minimum baric Algerian hinterland, encourage the development of new cloudiness on Wednesday dispense new rains and showers, thunderstorms also vent on the eastern and southern Sardinia, especially Cagliari, more exposed to the calls humid East.

On Thursday, however, the "CUT-OFF", engaged in share from the "sub-tropical jet" is expected to reach the south-central Tunisia, encouraging a further deterioration in southern Sardinia and western Sicily, for calling thesis and humid winds from the E-SE and East which should bring widespread rains and some thunderstorms backhand, especially on the coast of Trapani, Sicily Channel, southern Sicily and south-east coast, where they also associate the effect of "stau" induced moist easterly winds.


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