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> Long Range Spring 2014 Outlook, Spring is less than 100 days away
MotownWX
post Feb 24 2014, 01:06 PM
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So this warm pool of water over the NE Pacific that's been driving the polar flow down in the Eastern US... I'm hoping for a shift soon. Been with us since fall, and from what I'm hearing, this stuck pattern will take us through March. The stubborn persistance of this pattern is almost mind-boggling.
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post Feb 24 2014, 02:15 PM
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This March may rival last March in the east in terms of temperatures.
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post Feb 24 2014, 03:01 PM
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Last March in Detroit wasn't too out of the ordinary. It was cooler than normal but nothing extreme (-2.6 departure for the month), and only 3.1" of snow for the whole month.
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post Feb 24 2014, 03:39 PM
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I haven't scoured the pages to see if anyone has brought this up, but could it be the huge debris mass from the earthquake/Tsunami that hit Japan is responsible for the unusual NE Pacific warmth?

I know that the North Central Pacific was unusually warm last year, which correlated pretty well with the debris field. I remember a few people posting on this last year.

It seems that debris field still may be having a major impact on weather.

QUOTE(MotownWX @ Feb 24 2014, 01:06 PM) *
So this warm pool of water over the NE Pacific that's been driving the polar flow down in the Eastern US... I'm hoping for a shift soon. Been with us since fall, and from what I'm hearing, this stuck pattern will take us through March. The stubborn persistance of this pattern is almost mind-boggling.


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post Feb 24 2014, 07:47 PM
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QUOTE(Zooreeka @ Feb 24 2014, 03:39 PM) *
I haven't scoured the pages to see if anyone has brought this up, but could it be the huge debris mass from the earthquake/Tsunami that hit Japan is responsible for the unusual NE Pacific warmth?

I know that the North Central Pacific was unusually warm last year, which correlated pretty well with the debris field. I remember a few people posting on this last year.

It seems that debris field still may be having a major impact on weather.



Or how many millions if not billions of tons of contaminated water that has been dumped into the Pacific over the years from Fuka???
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post Feb 24 2014, 10:57 PM
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QUOTE(yhm_hamilton @ Feb 21 2014, 05:41 PM) *
no offence but I hope you are horribly wrong


None taken! tongue.gif

Actually after how nice this weekend was (2 days in the low 50s!) I'm not sure I'd be sad if I was, and I love snow and cold!


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post Feb 24 2014, 11:57 PM
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QUOTE(Zooreeka @ Feb 24 2014, 03:39 PM) *
I haven't scoured the pages to see if anyone has brought this up, but could it be the huge debris mass from the earthquake/Tsunami that hit Japan is responsible for the unusual NE Pacific warmth?


What about the HAARP program? It does exist, the "official" story behind it's existence is utterly moronic and absurd (improving communications with submarines), and the son of the late patent holder of the original technology has been trying to blow the whistle for years regarding what it's really being used for.

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post Feb 25 2014, 09:20 AM
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QUOTE(snowsux @ Feb 24 2014, 11:57 PM) *
What about the HAARP program? It does exist, the "official" story behind it's existence is utterly moronic and absurd (improving communications with submarines), and the son of the late patent holder of the original technology has been trying to blow the whistle for years regarding what it's really being used for.



Nikola Tesla, the smartest man to ever live , the father of HAARP. Eric Dollard probably the 2nd smartest man to live and was working on Tesla's research , well do the research to see how they shut him up.
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post Feb 25 2014, 09:47 AM
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Let's keep the focus on the topic at hand instead of conspiracies!


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post Mar 1 2014, 04:29 PM
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Well it's Meteorological Spring, folks. This thread is so dead if crickets weren't extinct due to the cold in this part of the country, I'd be hearing them right now. So any thoughts on the upcoming season? I feel like John Lithgow in the final scene of "The Day After". "Anyone at all".........Lol.
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post Mar 2 2014, 01:59 AM
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mad.gif rolleyes.gif ph34r.gif ...basically my reactions to the outlooks for March and possibly beyond.

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post Mar 2 2014, 11:03 AM
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Since it is meteorological Spring, I shall post these here for now.

March 2nd 0Z Graphics:
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post Mar 2 2014, 11:44 AM
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LOL take this with a grain of salt, Here is the CFS out to beyond lalaland.. blink.gif




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post Mar 2 2014, 12:01 PM
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384 GFS. January?
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post Mar 2 2014, 03:39 PM
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March 2nd 12Z Graphics:
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post Mar 2 2014, 04:09 PM
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QUOTE(ayuud1 @ Mar 2 2014, 12:44 PM) *
LOL take this with a grain of salt, Here is the CFS out to beyond lalaland.. blink.gif




Guess it's time to punt summer.

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384 GFS. January?

Polar Vortex III?


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post Mar 2 2014, 05:16 PM
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QUOTE(The Snowman @ Mar 2 2014, 04:09 PM) *
Polar Vortex III?



Steven D ,in his premium video today, said the stratosphere is warming again
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post Mar 2 2014, 06:04 PM
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Brett Anderson said he'll have his Spring Outlook released on Tuesday.

But is it really going to be any different than "Continued cold/unsettled east of the Rockies, and warm n' dry in the southwest, west coast and Alaska"?
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post Mar 2 2014, 06:46 PM
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QUOTE(The Snowman @ Mar 2 2014, 04:09 PM) *
Guess it's time to punt summer.
Polar Vortex III?


18z

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post Mar 2 2014, 09:25 PM
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QUOTE(MotownWX @ Mar 2 2014, 06:04 PM) *
Brett Anderson said he'll have his Spring Outlook released on Tuesday.

But is it really going to be any different than "Continued cold/unsettled east of the Rockies, and warm n' dry in the southwest, west coast and Alaska"?


If you look at the CPC temperature outlooks, they've got Alaska and the west coast in the warm zone all the way into the start of next winter. More variance east of the Rockies. On the flip side however, a comparison between what's forecast for the first half of this month vs. the type of cold we had in March last year clearly shows that overall while it'll be cold in the east this month, it shouldn't be nearly as cold as it was last year.

From everything I'm piecing together, it appears that wintery weather in one way, shape, or form is gonna be present somewhere in the lower 48 outside of the Rocky and Sierra mountains well into Spring. We saw this last year, in 2009, 2005, and a handful of other years. It is nothing new.
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