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In this case, positive anomalies indicate the presence of warmer than normal waters, and potentially an El Nino. However, now that we’ve entered July, we now find ourselves with a formidable body of positive water temperature anomalies, something likely to change the game for the coming winter. Now, with the warm waters in the Gulf of Alaska still in place a good year later, I am significantly concerned with the idea that we could see this extensive ridge forming yet again this coming winter. One of these features is the pool of well above normal water temperatures in the Northeast Pacific into the Gulf of Alaska. In order for winter to even be cold to begin with, one needs cold air. In this instance, high pressure can form over Greenland, and actually force the jet stream to buckle in the East US, resulting in an influx of colder than normal air to that area, as the image below shows. However, now that the anomalies have reversed, we’re in a much better position to see the jet stream buckle more frequently over the East US, resulting in another cold winter.

In this graphic, we can see the polar vortex located somewhere in south-central Canada, bringing that extreme cold to much of the United States. By using this graph above, we can get an early glimpse at how much cold air the upper latitudes may be storing up for this winter. It seems simple to understand, but now we need to understand where this cold air will come from. Now, last but definitely not least, we will go over the evolving situation in the Equatorial Pacific. After some thinking and analyzation of where the blog is at now, I’ve decided to go ahead and enlist advertising for The Weather Centre. These adverts will be placed on the sidebar of the blog only, so as not to disrupt the environment of the blog. These ads are only meant to better the blog as a whole. These ads are not meant to be a big source of revenue for me- that’s not my intention, at all.

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The yellows and reds indicate high pressure, and warmer than normal weather. This is a special report by The Weather Centre. Ten mood variables were related to eight weather variables in a multidimensional study. Weather radar shows snow, rain, temperature or lightning layers in real time. The image above shows mid-level geopotential height anomalies in early January 2014. Cold colors indicate the presence of strong low pressure, hence below normal temperatures. Similarly, below normal upper ocean heat anomalies highlight below normal water temperatures, potentially also the presence of a La Nina. Building off of this idea, in addition to the water temperature pattern in the Pacific going relatively unchanged since last winter, the upper air flow has remained relatively unchanged as a result. In addition to these advantages, Nexus has also lost iPhone users consider essential for important functions. When there is no rain, plants and animals die, rivers and streams dry up, and irrigation and other economic activities like fishing cannot be carried out. And in a situation just like the polar vortex plunge last winter, we see anomalous low pressure crashing into the United States.

A parallel situation saw a thing called texting which involves sending text messages from the keypad of one mobile phone to the screen of another and vice versa. This particular mechanism is one of substantial importance, given it also played a significant role in our last winter. We also see a green line, indicating the average Arctic Circle temperature for that given day, allowing us to compare with the observed temperatures to detect any anomalies. Total lunar eclipses are not as rare as solar eclipses (typically one can see total lunar eclipses every other year on average), but they can be impressive. The average monthly high temperature is nearly 89 degrees Fahrenheit and the average monthly low is 73 degrees, according to the World Meteorological Organization. On a side note, we also see persistent above normal water temperatures near Nova Scotia, which could provide the mechanism needed to create high pressure in that area.