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EPIC STORM TO PORTUGAL AND NORTH SPAIN!!! RED ALLERT JUST NOW!!! Min Pressure 967.8 hPa!!!
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[quote:Luisport:MV8yMTEzNjg2XzM1NjQ5NjA3X0U0QTlCMDRG] Re: Mon Forecast and Models - January 2013 -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------ quote: Originally Posted by irpsit I think the most important this event will be even heavy precipitation and thunderstorms. The wind will also be violent for a few hours, but I do not think anything extraordinary (except tornadoes possible). Ainds recall that a pressure 980mb is not at all uncommon in Portugal. Atlantic depressions may reach even much lower pressures, up to 930mb. 980mb is not enough. However if there is enough pressure gradient, wind can always be stormy. I do not believe that an event is going to be very cold after the passage of depression. Snow in the highlands, but nothing unusual for a situation January. [color=red]The lower the latitude is more difficult to withstand low pressure atmosphere that order. A depression of 975 here probably corresponds to one of 960 or less in Iceland, or something like that.[/color] And beyond the minimum pressure, which by itself does not tell all, the way is tight gradient is very important, and especially the speed at which the pressure falls, the process to be explosive or not. The risk is there, not the pressure value is x or y. In some models the process is more aggressive, more moderate in another, so we can have a normal winter time as may happen in some place possibly something more extreme. http://www.meteopt.com/forum/seguimento-meteorologico/seg-previsao-do-tempo-modelos-janeiro-2013-a-6886-26.html#post359170 [/quote]
Giant Wave Impact in Other on Thursday, 17 January, 2013 at 10:39 (10:39 AM) UTC.
Luxury cruise line Silversea has been forced to cancel a cruise onboard the Silver Explorer after the ship was damaged by a giant wave in rough weather while on an 18-night voyage in South America. Media reports claimed four crew suffered minor injuries when a wave struck in the waters between Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica. The cruise line confirmed all 133 passengers and 113 crew were safe, but the damage to the ship was severe enough for Silversea to cut short the cruise and to cancel its next sailing on January 21. The ship has returned to Ushuaia in Argentina, where it departed in early January. It is expected to resume service with a 10-night cruise departing on January 31. [
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