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Take a look at the deep negative temperature anomalies out West. Top left: The top left set-up involves high pressure presiding over the Plains, with deep low pressure protruding into the Northeast. This type of set-up is not expected to be dominant this spring, but will happen from time to time. Planning to spend time in the cold means preparing in advance for the amount of time that you will be spending outside. January average rainfall amount is around 20 mm (quite dry, almost no rain). It is an even greater joy to make it in an unexpected place. A Team Approach utilizing only the vertical strengths of each individual is the winning formula that clearly ensures victory in the competitive corporate marketplace or on the links – even when confronted by masters like Tiger Woods. Officials had laid on pizza and bottles of beer labeled “Corbynista Victory Ale.” Few had the desire to drink it.The atmosphere was “harrowing,” according to a person who was there.

This composite, showing the same years as the one in the first composite year, but now projecting temperature anomalies at the surface, tells me we can also expect more than a few instances of the northwest flow regime. I refined those analogs to a set that I felt fit the upcoming year better than all of those years jumbled together. The following images will show you my ‘preferred’ analogs. I created these analogs based on the observed and predicted conditions of the ENSO phenomenon, sunspot values and anomalies, the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation (QBO), the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), and the Atlantic Multi-Decadal Oscillation (AMO). Lastly, my analog set does keep the drought conditions around in the West, unfortunately. Summer, like most other seasons, has its own periods of extreme weather conditions. During the hottest months, and especially during drought seasons, it is important to keep your gardens and lawn well watered.

A lot of the high-end drones and indeed, a lot of the middle-range drones are now equipped with onboard sensors that support RAW images and it is well worth looking for when purchasing a drone. We’ll begin by looking at the temperature anomalies over the eastern Pacific, offshore of Ecuador. We will discuss the temperature anomalies over the Northeast Pacific, anomalies over the eastern Pacific, and anomalies in the northern Atlantic. 60% But don’t rely on brands as at a distance the margin will “eat” the part of the profit. This is a weather app that will provide you quick aviation weather updates from some of the most reliable sources in the country. Bottom left: In this scenario, we observed ridging over the Rockies producing a northwest flow over the Central Plains and Great Lakes, leading to severe weather in the Southern Plains. Bottom right: In this scenario, we see strong ridging offshore and pressure from strong negative heights in Canada leading to a severe weather event in the Midwest. Once again, blues show negative height anomalies/stormy weather, while warm colors depict quiet, warm weather. For severe weather, we see the strongest systems pull up massive amounts of moisture and create immense instability thanks to above normal water temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico.

The image above shows five examples from the Storm Prediction Center of northwest flow set-ups, and their corresponding severe weather outbreak locations in the hatched areas. For now, for the Nostradamus prophecies to ever become credible, an accurate and unambiguous prediction remains essential. Looking over there now, we see widespread below normal water temperatures, with a few swaths of above normal water temperatures along the Ecuador. Again, this set-up doesn’t look to be dominant, but I could see it happening a few times. If we see this body of above normal sea surface temperatures (SSTs) in the NE Pacific sustain itself into spring, it means we might be at risk for more than a few northwest flow severe weather events. We still see the general southwest flow regime outlined in my preferred analog set, with some troughing along the West Coast, and a stronger Southeast Ridge in place. The closer those lines (isobars) are together, the stronger the surface winds will be. The expected ridging in the NE Pacific will likely see this set-up play out numerous times. We call this sort of set-up a northwest flow situation, because the air is coming from the northwest. This has been a major factor this winter, helping to keep high pressure in place in the NE Pacific, leading to the jet stream plummeting south and allowing Arctic air to flow freely south into the United States.

If you take a look at that Tornado Alley graphic we looked at a little bit up from here, the jet stream is outlined as diving south through the Southwest before shooting north again as it enters the Plains. The second area we want to look at is the Gulf of Mexico. It may seem impractical to decide, in advance, how big you want to grow, when you have little idea how big is big enough. I have found that while being out on the course I have been able to observe others and offer suggests that quickly improve their performance. Can you imagine being able to perform and do anything? If we look over the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, we see slightly above normal SSTAs across the entire Caribbean and into most of the Gulf of Mexico, the exception being the coastline waters. If we look at this animation, we find an enormous swath of anomalously warm waters about 100 to 200 meters under the surface, moving towards the surface. In simpler terms, this shows you temperature anomalies underwater, just below the Equator, if you were to look at the water from the surface down to about 450 meters.