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post Yesterday, 10:54 AM
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QUOTE(StL weatherjunkie @ Sep 24 2017, 08:26 AM) *
Simply put, I followed my grad school advisor here for work. In the long term there's potential that I could start the states first climate/meteorology program at WVU meaning this University is ripe with opportunity for me.

Congrats on your new endeavors! I'm just now noticing this. Glad to have another eye in the field in an area we don't have many. You'll cash in on the eastern inland runners Ohio usually misses out on, which historically has been our furthest east members that post regularly. That's going to be interesting to see play out with the elevation and all.
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post Today, 09:41 AM
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Last year I posted some images showing similarities between 2016 and 1998 in the tropics and northern hemisphere. Figured I would post the same images here for 2017 and 1999 given the obvious similarities. The analysis dates I chose were rather arbitrary and I haven't checked any other years, but if anyone else is aware of any other good analogs I'd like to see similar plots for those as well.

Tropical Precipitable Water Anomalies for 1999
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Tropical Precipitable Water Anomalies for 1999
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Northern Hemisphere 500 mb Height Anomalies for 2017
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Northern Hemisphere 500 mb Height Anomalies for 2017
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post Today, 10:11 AM
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Have heard about 1932-1933 being thrown around a lot but can not see plots on most past 1948.

Been told it had a similar setup with ENSO state where there was a big nino 2 years before with a small blip of a nina after the event the following year and the 2 years before as well had nino like conditions. I have seen it on another forum thrown around and found some of this info from a person I work with who works for WPC but unfortunately can not find a whole lot of other info.


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