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Drought Continued To Worsen Over Pacific Northwest, As A Result It Was The Driest, Hottest Summer!

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Drought Continued To Worsen Over Pacific Northwest, As A Result It Was The Driest, Hottest Summer!

It’s been a summer of contrasts across the US with some seeing their wettest while others see their driest. Here was August’s anomalies. Sept thus far! Where wet it’s been cool and where dry, it’s been record warm. The Pacific Northwest region takes the cake for worsening drought conditions than anywhere in the Lower 48. […]

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THU 3 SEP: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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THU 3 SEP: VOGAN’S UNITED STATES OUTLOOK

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THU 3 SEP: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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THU 3 SEP: VOGAN’S EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

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Winter Thoughts Coming Together

Winter Thoughts Coming Together

As we head into September I continue to watch the overall global pattern and the primary drivers. The El Nino is strong and influential to the global circulation, however as I’ve pointed out previously, there are competing factors which suggest there’s nothing obvious as of now. By that I mean we can’t just look at this […]

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