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01/09/2018, 1:45 pm EST

Extraordinary Negative Phase of Atmospheric Angular Momentum Influence on Climate

Historic cold in the U.S. with 80-year record heat in Australia while conventional storms bring 100 mph wind to New Zealand and Switzerland...why? An unusually strong negative phase of the global atmospheric angular momentum index.
01/08/2018, 10:26 am EST

Sydney, Australia 117F! Why?

Sydney, Australia roared to 117F over-the-weekend, the hottest day in 80 years. Foreshadowing this event is the super warm ocean surface east of Australia. More super heat for eastern Australia is likely for summer 2017-18!
01/03/2018, 4:04 pm EST

Bombogenisis Off NE Coast Tomorrow!

The arctic air reservoir across the Midwest/Northeast U.S. this afternoon is set to be replenished over the next 2 days pulled southward by a developing storm off the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast coast. The developing storm will be quickly unusually intense due to the replenishing arctic chill across western North Atlantic SSTA averaging 1-3C warmer than normal.
12/28/2017, 9:51 am EST

Is The Unusually Inactive Sun Contributing To The Evolving Super Cold in the U.S.?

The evolving extreme cold developing across the U.S. and likely to last 7-10 days was not caused by any particular climate diagnostic. However, a look at solar activity offers a possible link. Solar activity is currently entering the 11-year minima about 1 year faster than forecast. The last solar minima which was unusually strong and of long duration produced cold to very cold mid-latitude winter seasons.