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Extreme Weather in Turkey!!! One death and another missing!!!

 
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Extreme Weather in Turkey!!! One death and another missing!!!
Extreme Weather in Turkey on Monday, 10 December, 2012 at 11:28 (11:28 AM) UTC.

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At least one person was killed and another missing as heavy rain and wind hit the provinces of Aegean region in Turkey, reported on Monday. In the Cesme town of Aegean Izmir province, a fishing boat capsized early on Monday, killing one businessman, who was one of three on the boat when the storm capsized it, according to the report. The Antalya Governor's Office said in a statement on Sunday that heavy rain and storms were expected across Antalya on Monday and schools in the central region and 17 additional districts would be closed. In Koycegiz town of Mugla province, a group of 14 students were stranded on Sandiras Mountain at 1,300 meters of altitude when a snowstorm hit the mountain area on Sunday. The students sent a distress signal and rescue teams were deployed to the area, said the report.
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Re: Extreme Weather in Turkey!!! One death and another missing!!!
Storm Forecast
Valid: Mon 10 Dec 2012 06:00 to Tue 11 Dec 2012 06:00 UTC
Issued: Sun 09 Dec 2012 21:47
Forecaster: SCHLENCZEK
A level 1 was issued for Albania mainly for excessive convective precipitation.

A level 1 was issued for S Turkey for excessive convective precipitation.


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A sharp trough over central Europe will cross the Alps on Monday, leading to cyclogenesis in the Gulf of Genoa. Due to quite warm SSTs and cold upper levels, some instability will arise and showers / thunderstorms should be possible over the Adriatic Sea and parts of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Deep layer shear may exceed 20 m/s in some places but overall threat of severe convection should be rather low as instability is meager. Given locally 15 - 20 m/s at 850 hPa, one can't exclude an isolated severe wind gust or an isolated tornado due to locally enhanced LL shear. During the evening hours, strong onshore advection of moist and unstable air will pose a risk of excessive precipitation for Albania and surrounding countries.

Remnants of an upper low ahead of western Turkey will make progress towards the east / northeast. Despite the relatively low instability, local flash flood events due to excessive convective precipitation are well possible as strong onshore moisture advection and backbuilding multicellular systems are expected. Other types of severe weather are rather unlikely as deep layer shear is considerably weak.

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Re: Extreme Weather in Turkey!!! One death and another missing!!!
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Re: Extreme Weather in Turkey!!! One death and another missing!!!
That's sad. I was just there (Cesme) in September, it's a beautiful area.

Last Edited by Sleeping Giant on 12/10/2012 08:16 AM
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Re: Extreme Weather in Turkey!!! One death and another missing!!!
Updated: Tuesday, 11 December, 2012 at 03:54 UTC
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Severe weather in Turkey left one person dead, more than a dozen stranded and forced officials to cancel classes at some schools, authorities said. A fisherman from Izmir died after his boat capsized early Monday in heavy wind and rain, Today's Zaman reported. In Antalya, authorities closed schools because of the weather conditions. In Mugla's Koycegiz district, a snowstorm stranded 14 students on Sandiras Mountain Sunday Today's Zaman said. Crews from Koycegiz cleared a road so rescue teams could reach the students, officials said. One woman was hospitalized for severe hypothermia and the rest were taken to a nearby village.
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