05/22/2023, 6:09 am EDT

North Atlantic Warm Hole Trough Cooling East U.S. Departs Temporarily

What is the North Atlantic warm hole (NAWH)? Since 2013, the NAWH pattern has strengthened due to accelerated presence of freshwater snow and ice melt from Northeast Canada and Greenland deposited into the Labrador Sea and eastward/southward most noticeable during MAY/JUN but generally present most of the year. During the past 10 years, the cool ocean waters have caused a cooling of the middle troposphere where a semi-permanent upper trough has generated. During the past 30 days, the trough has amplified off the Southeast Canada Coast and extended into the East U.S. bringing a cool late spring.
05/18/2023, 12:11 pm EDT

Marine Heat Wave Shifts West, Contributes to “Apocalyptic” Italy/Southeast Europe Rains Past Few Days

Once again, marine heat waves are in the news as a catalyst to a major weather event. A large MHW off the Northwest Africa/Southwest Europe coast the past few months shifted westward the past couple weeks and the latent heat loss where the warm SSTA pattern was previously located (central/west Mediterranean Sea) deepened an upper-level storm that caused "apocalyptic" rains from Italy to Bosnia the past few days.
05/17/2023, 7:41 pm EDT

Climate Impact Company at GRAINCOM 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland

Many thanks to the GRAINCOM 2023 Gathering in Geneva, Switzerland May 15-17 for inviting Climate Impact Company to present on climate change, both projected and real-time. Special thanks to Dr. Olivia Kellner for her presentation on "Global Cereals Crop Production 2030 and Beyond in a Changing Global Climate System" to a group of many hundreds of delegates from all over the world. An essential and vital speech. Thank you to all that attended!
05/12/2023, 8:19 am EDT

NOAA/NHC Identify Event 1 of 2023 Occurred in Mid-January

On May 11th, NOAA/NHC determined an intense storm off the Northeast U.S. Coast gained subtropical characteristics and is considered the first event of the 2023 season. The next storm will be identified as AL02 although given the name Arlene if intensification occurs.