11/09/2021, 4:40 pm EST

Watching the Asia/Bering Sea/North America Index Coupled With The West Pacific Oscillation

Of interest is a steady negative phase of the Asia/Bering Sea/North America (-ABNA) index coupled with a steady negative phase of the West Pacific oscillation (-WPO). The potential result is very cold weather in the 11-15-day period.
11/08/2021, 2:50 pm EST

Rare Excessive Wet And Very Warm Climate AUG/SEP/OCT 2021 for U.S.

A rare combination of historic wet and very warm climate was observed AUG/SEP/OCT 2021 in the U.S. The wet/very warm pattern was propelled by anomalous warm SSTA off the Northeast U.S. Coast to the northern Atlantic.
11/05/2021, 3:52 pm EDT

ENSO Forecast: La Nina Peak DEC/JAN; Ending MAR/APR

The monthly Climate Impact Company ENSO Outlook indicates ongoing La Nina will strengthen, peak in DEC/JAN and dissipate by MAR/APR of next year. Typical of La Nina, a cool phase Pacific decadal oscillation coincides and enhances the La Nina climate.
10/29/2021, 8:43 am EDT

Classic (Cold and Wet) La Nina Climate Settles in for November across Australia

Operational models indicate an amplified upper trough pattern that could initiate record-cool temperatures in the 11-15-day period across west/central Australia lingering for much of the remainder of November once established (according to ECMWF). The upper trough will cause widespread wetter than normal weather from northwest-to-southeast across Australia in November.