01/27/2019, 12:55 pm EST

Atmospheric Angular Momentum Contibutes to U.S. (and Elsewhere) High Wind Events

An update on the +AAM forecasts issued last week indicated persistence and support of strong wind events this week in the Great Plains, Midwest and Northeast.
01/25/2019, 11:38 am EST

+AAM Causes High Wind Events

An unusually strong +AAM regime will cause over-achieving high wind events in the U.S. well into February.
01/24/2019, 2:39 pm EST

Super Cold Midwest to Northeast Mid-to-late Next Week

An intensifying polar vortex in south-central Canada to the Great Lakes region spins out a hostile frigid arctic air mass next week most vigorous in the Midwest.
01/22/2019, 12:58 pm EST

South America Climate Pattern Not Caused by El Nino

Agriculture markets in South America have blamed EL Nino for heavy rains in northeast Argentina and crop-impending drought across Brazil. However, the feedback to the atmosphere by excessive dry and wet soil regimes is enhancing already semi-permanent upper air features maintaining the summertime climate and likely to continue through February. It's not El Nino.