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miriam herraiz

Introduction to my book of meteorology

I once read a book that said "We all live under the same sky but none have the same horizon. "And it's true because maybe it is raining in Huesca, but in Barcelona makes a splendid sun.

There is lots of technology and computers have greatly improved weather forecasting, but what many people do not understand is that you never reach 100% reliability.

I am not a professional meteorologist, I'm just a fan again, and I learned many things in my way, enjoying every day on this world of nature, pointing my daily predictions, looking at the sky, temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure, especially when speak on the subject to people nearby, I express my feelings, or for example now writing because it is a passion that will always keep.

The best thing that ever happened to me is getting to know my biggest idol of the weather, Alfred Rodríguez Picó, which besides being a great meteorologist, is a great person, is doing a program every Thursday and I'm there on my TV see and learn new things, he can transmit feelings that , I get to the heart causes can have even more passion. He's like my teacher and I really enjoy.

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My friend Sheylla not know anything about her since the earthquake ... She is of Peru but lifes in Japan in the city of Ota in the Gumma Prefecture.

If you know this girl, please write me I'd appreciate it.

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My first experience Stormchaser

Here I tell my first experience as a Stormchaser

I could not take pictures because it rained heavily, and was accompanied by strong winds, we were on the beach, in a kind of refuge, but at 12 the night the storm came, and the other guys, the wind and rain intensified was a small esclafit the esclafit is similar to the tornado, but without being so, are strong winds, we had to leave the car because we were also in the wrong place, the shelter that had iron and an antenna, and that attracts the rays.So we left the beach and went to another, we stayed in the car because the rain was really intense, but at the beach, had buildings involved, and we saw nothing, so we went to the best of the 3 beaches where more rain, we stayed in the car watching the show, but there were not many rays, but those who fell were considerable, lightning struck very close to us and it was the light of a building, and the streetlights. And then, we all went home.


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Clash of air masses!

Well, briefly explain what will happen tomorrow's storms:

You see, there is a cold air mass in the Atlantic, which has now come to Galicia and Portugal leaving heavy rains, that on the one hand, the temperatures are lower in the middle of Spain. In the other half of Spain, is a warm air mass, from Africa, I have in Catalunya, tomorrow the rains will come from the Atlantic crossing the peninsula, and up to Catalunya in the evening. And what happens? It will be a small storm in the Mediterranean, this will bring a Catalunya humidity and winds from the east, the sea temperature is warm,all this at the collision between air masses can form this kind of strong or severe storms.In the second map, you see an A, this is an anticyclone that is located there, and acts as a barrier, that means the cold air mass is forced to go to Spain.


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In Barcelona tornados!!!!

I have been informed that tomorrow night may fall between 250-300 liters! Buff! all accompanied by thunderstorms and tornadoes! This will be history, folks! unforgettable!

I go to the beach to pursue possible tornadoes! If I can take pictures to lightning and tornadoes, will be published here.

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Brief explanation weather.

I hope you understand, I will explain my way what might happen on Tuesday in France and Catalunya.I have a very warm air mass that comes from Africa, across the Atlantic comes a very cold air mass, what will happen? Well, the maps have changed, and now make a Mediterranean frontal system will be placed on the Balearic ...Islands, auque also relies heavily on movement, is very important to know where to affect the rain, now no longer affects both Barcelona, but France itself.These two mass collide, and the frontal system that forms in the Mediterranean and the hot water will be perfect to be able to make this type of severe storms scheduled for Tuesday. Everything you see, it is still early to know if it will affect to Barcelona, and I hope and pray that if I touch myself.

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Weather forecast for Europe

On the map I drew the monster may affect France on Tuesday, Catalunya also be affected, but less, or so say the maps today, this situation will have to keep looking, if there is anyone around that area, be careful!

The monster, goes to Italy on Wednesday. I have redrawn the area who may be affected, care to Italy too!



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Blog: Thursday, Sep 2

 The path of Hurricane Earl, category 4, behind him are two more:

Beware! If you are in the area of Florida or North or South Calorina , or Virginia, there is a monster, a hurricane that is now in the Atlantic, tracking maps, places that will not come in, but you never know, places that has a track record for New York an ...d into Canada, and he shall enter there, so just in case very careful with this monster, because it is strong.

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Weather forecasting, doing science fiction!

You see, the explanation is very interesting, this monster that is in the Atlantic, is required to enter France and Spain, first affecting the area of Galicia, why is required? Very easy, because there is an anticyclone across the region of Germany, close, and comes also in the area of Italy. (All this on day 6).

The An ...ticiclone of the Azores , is back a little and passes the monster, and as I said before, start slowly first affect the whole area of Spain until finally reaching a Catalunya, to me. The monster of the Atlantic, which is a cold air mass is supposed to clash with warm air mass that I have in the Mediterranean, then it will be "the coptel explosive." Sounds interesting????????




 I also do a bit of science fiction. This map is for the September 8, missing many days, but I have hoping to have rain, it would be quite fun that day! Well, nature rules.





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record historic

A record historic of the city of Barcelona, the highest temperature recorded since 2003, on August 28, 2010, with a temperature of 37'8 ° C

This warm air mass from Africa, also affected a large part of Spain, the most affected cities in the south of Spain where temperatures reach over 40 º C, in the Mediterranean we maximum 37 º C, 38 º C, depending on the area But the interior of Catalonia reached 40 ° C as well. Today temperatures will be more normal.

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A record historic of the city of Barcelona, the highest temperature recorded since 2003, on August 28, 2010, with a temperature of 37'8 ° C ...Read more

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