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As of 2010, there are five species of rhinos totaling approximately 24,500 in the wild and 1,250 in captivity, reports the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Five day (May 11 thru May 15) mean 500 millibar height anomalies. This would mean more chances for snow whenever East Asia got active, and if long range models are correct this active period could be quite often. Both items have low pressure in Eastern Asia and into the Pacific. I should mention that other forecast models not shown here do have prevalent high pressure over Greenland, but for all intents and purposes we will keep that difference in our back pocket to analyze in a later forecast. They are forecasted by well talented astrologer who is expertise in finding suitable solution for any issues and give you total relief over. The magnitudes of torque and drag are related in any particular well; high drag forces and excessive torque loads normally occur together.

The biggest difference is the lack of high pressure over Greenland in the forecast model. In this article, we go through the steps required to create our own football (soccer) prediction model using Poisson Distribution, as well as look at some of the limitations of this approach. This newspaper talks about how Orwell was only off by 7 years on his prediction for 1984. He talks about how in 1991 companies started taking our rights away. 75% to 80% of companies are planning to increase their budget for digital advertising for upcoming years. Considering the triple threat of the negative AO, negative NAO and positive PNA evolving (in addition to the stratosphere, which will be discussed next), these very low temperature anomalies are not surprising in the least. Once again, we have dominant high pressure over the landmass, providing a base for a strong negative NAO. We have a large area of rather strong low pressure over eastern North America stretching into New England, and this is reflected by the compression of contour lines in the same region. Both models show that low pressure area trying to push into New England, but we already covered that in the above paragraph.

Shown above are two long range forecast models (GFDL and NCAR), predicting 200mb heights for the month of December 2013. Areas of blue depict general lower heights and thus low pressure areas, while reds indicate high pressure systems. Both images show a pretty favorable set-up for cold weather as far as the 200mb level goes in North America. Today’s weather feature from NWS Tucson shows a figure (above) that is labeled “Mid-level Energy for Today.” However, that’s not what this chart shows. The other difference I see at this time is the East Asian pressure difference, and we already went over that in the above paragraph. The low pressure area over New England tells me this area would indeed be favored for at least somewhat-frequent shots of Arctic air, and the tightening of the jet stream favors this theory. The placement of high pressure into the Western US allows the development of a positive Pacific-North American (PNA) pattern.

This indicates the presence of high pressure, and sets up positive phase of the Pacific-North America (PNA) pattern. Both indicate low pressure in the eastern portion of North America. Movement into Canada did occur, but the vortex did not fully enter the US (portions of North Dakota and Minnesota were clipped by it). Additionally, storm systems will tend to track in a path favorable for snowfall in the Midwest, Plains and portions of the Great Lakes into the Ohio Valley. Global models generally favor a cooler winter for the North Plains, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, Upper Midwest, Northeast and generally places in the top-right quadrant of the United States (if you were to cut the nation into four pieces). Temperature anomalies across the United States for the winter of 1962-1963 were very cold, with temperature departures of 6 to 8 degrees below normal in the heart of the eastern Midwest, Great Lakes and northern Ohio Valley.