Greenland warms nearly 40C as textbook -AO/NAO develops, Cold times ahead for UK!

Steep 5-7 day rises in temperature over Greenland typically heralds a developing -NAO and that’s exactly what we’re seeing now which promises a chilly week dominated by northerly winds over the UK.

Temps have went from -55 to -22 and it’s likely to warm further in the next few days. The reason for warming is the¬†height rises over Greenland and a warming air mass.

We’ve a¬†textbook -AO/NAO this week as heights rise in Greenland, they lower over Western Europe.

CFSv2 1-7 day

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

GFS ensemble 1-5 day

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

GFS ensemble has the toasty Greenland, chilly UK in the 1-5 and 6-10.

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Notice both AO/NAO pulls back towards neutral but then takes another nose dive in early to mid December.

The projected weakening and displacement of the polar vortex could be why.

FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: https://kcstormfront.wordpress.com/2013/11/15/winter-weather-in-our-part-of-the-midwest/

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