03/18/2021, 9:43 am EDT

A Hot Summer Ahead for the U.S.

Today NOAA/CPC issued new long-lead probabilistic climate forecasts. Of interest, is the summertime outlook. The temperature probability forecast indicates above normal risk of anomalous warmth for all states during JUN/JUL/AUG 2021 with highest risk across the Southwest States.
03/16/2021, 11:21 am EDT

Stratospheric Warming on The East Coast in Late March

NOAA/CPC is indicating a fairly robust stratospheric warming event centered on the U.S. East Coast at the end of March. Although not in the ideal polar location, the event would be enough to cause the troposphere below to cool.
03/15/2021, 11:52 am EDT

SSTA Pattern Heading Toward Neutral ENSO

The February MJO had a profound influence on the environment of the equatorial East Pacific. The (MJO) event shut-down trade winds which eased the up-welling of cool subsurface water to maintain La Nina intensity.
03/14/2021, 10:45 am EDT

Heavy Snows, Severe Weather and Cold Bursts Start The Week

A busy Sunday across the U.S. featuring adverse last-gasp winter weather events. A major Central U.S. storm continues…heavy snows across the central Rocky Mountains including blizzard conditions in Wyoming to western Nebraska while flooding from weekend rains continues across Kansas and Missouri.