Europe & Australia 10-day Forecasts (new WeatherStreet.com products)

October 21st, 2013 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

This is just for our friends in Europe and Australia…or anyone traveling there.

(UPDATE: added Asia and South America, too.)

In our first foray into non-U.S. weather, I’ve added 10-day GFS model forecast animations to WeatherStreet.com. My personal favorite is the air mass temperature (850 mb) forecasts:

Europe 850mb Temp & winds (looks like quite a blow coming thru the UK next Monday)

Australia 850 mb Temp & winds

Asia 850 mb Temp & winds

South America 850 mb Temp & winds

Other forecast fields have links from the above; mouseover the blue bar to animate.

The model field graphics are from Unisys weather…we just make them easier to visualize.


17 Responses to “Europe & Australia 10-day Forecasts (new WeatherStreet.com products)”

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  1. paul says:

    Good sharky colonel god

  2. Rod says:

    Excellent, the Australia link shows New Zealand as well!

    Many thanks,

  3. Col A says:

    Great work Roy, you always has interesting stuff on your site and this weather cast will be great to see what’s coming up to help plan golf and fishing and other life essentials!! 🙂

  4. pochas says:

    I’m happy to hear you are involved with that site. I go there whenever I want to try to second guess the NWS.

  5. Peter Lang says:

    I was reading about the CO2 emissions data at Mauna Loa. I think the concept of collecting CO2 data in a Volcanic area is a bit silly. BUT one interesting item that springs out of Google Earth is the news that in 2003 they discovered a sub sea volcano Lat 21.485N 144.043E called NW Eifuku which is one of only two places where natural liquid CO2 emissions have been observed. This volcano is directly upwind of Mauna Lao.

    • Jim Sminth says:

      To Peter Lang,

      Although you don’t say it, you seem to be questioning the accuracy of CO2 measurements from Mauna Loa. There are measuring sites all over the world that back up the data from Mauna Loa (including at the south pole). The one distinction is that Mauna Loa has been recording for the longest.

      Or maybe you are just trolling.

      Here is a cool video showing the rise from many stations since 1979.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7jvP7BqVi4&feature=player_embedded

      • Fonzie says:

        Jim that is pretty cool! (Took me a while to figure out what the hell I was looking at…) Say have you seen the new fangled satellite CO2 data? I saw it once in a video presentation by some australian scientist. If you know where to find it, I’d appreciate it if you would post the link. (It’s pretty cool too…)

  6. ren says:

    Cool Halloween in Asia and North America.In Europe, the warmer thanks to the warm ocean, but the lock works everywhere. Therefore, than going long hung over the UK.
    Best regards and thank you for this blog.
    http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/stratosphere/strat_a_f/gif_files/gfs_z100_nh_f240.gif

  7. ren says:

    Dr. Spencer pay attention to Hurgan in Mexico and direction.
    http://www.sat24.com/world.aspx?region=am

  8. Kelvin Vaughan says:

    Thanks for the link Roy I have pinned it to my favourites.

  9. TedM says:

    Just had a look at the forecast for Australia where I live, but it’s very hard to see the map outline. Really needs a stronger clearer outline.

  10. ren says:

    It may be cold in November in Europe. Lock the air will flow from the north. Weather stratosphere at an altitude of 23 km at the beginning of November.
    http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/stratosphere/strat_a_f/gif_files/gfs_t30_nh_f240.gif

  11. M Hastings says:

    Well done Dr. Spencer!

  12. Dr No says:

    I am not sure about these maps. They appear to be the result of models.
    Yes! – models similar to those which are used to produce climate change forecasts.
    Because they are undoubtedly tuned/fudged/doctored to produce whatever result those evil meteorologists choose, I would not pay them much attention.

  13. Fernando (in Brazil) says:

    Thank you.

    Very good….

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