Archive for October 19th, 2018

Negative AO/NAO developing? Models see cold Halloween/early November on both sides of Atlantic

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Negative AO/NAO developing? Models see cold Halloween/early November on both sides of Atlantic

After a pretty active first 20 days of October with flooding rains and named storms, the models are hinting at a colder pattern developing on both sides of the Atlantic to end October/begin November. A strong 1040mb Azores high is currently centred WSW of Ireland. This will feed most of the active weather over top […]

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October’s wacky extremes: Texas sees snow before Alaska, Record cold Northern Plains, Record warm East

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October’s wacky extremes: Texas sees snow before Alaska, Record cold Northern Plains, Record warm East

Winter is creeping ever closer and nature has been really weird this October in it’s distribution of cold and arrival of it’s first snows. While many parts of Alaska patiently await their first snow, parts of Texas have already seen the white stuff. Alaska sweats while Texas shivers! After the warmest September on record for […]

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