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08/05/2018, 7:39 pm EDT

Potential Implications of The Strongest Easterly Quasi-biennial Oscillation on Record

The JUN/JUL 2018 quasi-biennial oscillation index was the strongest negative observations in the 1948-2018 historical record. There are potential implications to the North Atlantic tropical cyclone season and winter ahead.
08/05/2018, 9:42 am EDT

Potential Implications of The Strongest Easterly Quasi-biennial Oscillation on Record

The JUN/JUL 2018 quasi-biennial oscillation index was the strongest negative observations in the 1948-2018 historical record. There are potential implications to the North Atlantic tropical cyclone season and winter ahead.
07/07/2018, 1:58 pm EDT

Northern Hemisphere Historical Heat Wave Starts July. Why?

Hostile excessive heat breaking all-time records in many sectors of the northern hemisphere including the U.S., Western Europe, The Black Sea region to southern Russia and northern Siberia during late June and early July is linked to an unusually negative phase of the global atmospheric angular momentum index which was caused (in-part) by the great North Atlantic cool pool (south of Greenland).
06/13/2018, 2:40 pm EDT

Coolest Main Development Region for North Atlantic Hurricanes Since 1994

The coolest anomalous tropical/lower subtropical outer North Atlantic basin in nearly 25 years is present STRONGLY implying below normal seasonal tropical cyclone activity for the 2018 season across the North Atlantic.