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The All New 20/21 Weather Outlook Thread

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Looking back at the season to March....given background of moderate La Nina which peaked Nov-Dec.

Zonal winds crashed in January, with the AO also weak up to mid Feb.



High pressure over Greenland / Arctic (-AO), with low presure over NW europe. No sign of an Atlantic ridge anomaly so similar to 2010 for europe but not as strong. This year the deepest anomlalies were over the Alaskan side of the arctic ridge.



Temperatures were mostly above the 1981-2010 average, with France the only neutral spot across mid-latitudes



Sep to Mar, closer look at the pressure anomalies for Europe



Dec to Mar similar pattern with stronger low anomaly pushing further east



January much whooping



February dreadful, just sunny and dry.



March doesn't show the good NW'ly blast around the 10th as the rest was dry, colder in the east



So an above average season for most parts, especially Swiss, and northern French alps.....imagine northern Italy and most of Austria also did well?

And it continues to look snowy and well below average to mid April

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Locked in now on two systems, making a south-north sandwich

Sunday from the south


Monday from the north


This link for the Rhone Alps area shows Genoa should see the heaviest precipitation, 200mm possible.
7 models to flick thru out to next Wednesday.

https://meteologix.com/fr/model-charts/german/rhone-alpes/accumulated-precipitation/20210414-2100z.html
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