Monday, December 10, 2007


Monday morning, overcast and dreary, yet no rain. Big WFS over Atlantic again, south of Iceland, no radiosondes for the area. SATREP over Europe is rather quiet, most distinguishing feature I see over the Netherlands is a large surface low (geopotential height) of -40 (units?). The SATREP polar low near the arctic circle is -80 to -40. SATREP identifies a comma over the Netherlands and 3 occlusions around the perimeter (W, N and E) of this low.

Buienradar looks like a pinwheel, rotating counterclockwise.

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