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Possible Medicane later this week

by rambler » 16 Sep 2020, 06:35

Formation of a possible Medicane between Sicily & Greece. At the moment looks like it won't affect Crete. Click on link. https://greece.greekreporter.com/2020/0 ... this-week/ Dave

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Re: Possible Medicane later this week

by jean hannah » 17 Sep 2020, 13:09

It looks very windy in Sfakia today from the new beach camera - perhaps they will get a dose of this Mediterranean hurricane.

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Re: Possible Medicane later this week

by mike » 17 Sep 2020, 16:29

An animation of the storm's progress (click on 'forward' button, second from left, above the map):


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Re: Possible Medicane later this week

by Micki » 17 Sep 2020, 16:34

Nothing spectacular at Lykos this afternoon. It is slightly more windy now, but so far no indications for a storm. (tu)

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Re: Possible Medicane later this week

by Erno » 20 Sep 2020, 08:59

The areas of ​​Crete in which the highest rainfall occurred - 20 September, 2020


According to the records of the stations of the National Observatory, in the aftermath of the Ianos hurricane, significant rain is recorded on the island today, Sunday 20/09, for example in Askifou, Sfakia where by 10 in the morning 135 mm of rain has already been recorded. In Chora Sfakion fell 21 mm.

According to the available forecast data, the rains will continue on Sunday 20/09.

The 8 highest rainfall heights in Crete are given in the table above.

From: https://flashnews.gr/post/437829/h-peri ... roxhs-fwto
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