Dec 272017
 
Global Tropical Sea Surface Temperature Animation from the Climate Prediction Center.
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It’s a bummer, but dry periods happen. The falls of 1999 and 2005 were dry, but followed by wetter periods. Sigh!

There continues to be a always present chance of something maybe after a week from now. It comes and goes. It’s in one model run, gone from the next. It’s heavy in one, weak in the next. So, hope continues to spring eternal.

 

ENSO (El Niño, La Nina) Meter from Watts Up With That.

ENSO (El Niño, La Nina) Meter from Watts Up With That.

This is normal for a La Nina year. And this year, the Pacific, from the equatorial region to the south, is fairly blue. The warm water off the coast of California appears to be dissipating. Possibly that will allow something to break through the high pressure and bring some snow…the week after next.

Global Tropical Sea Surface Temperature Animation from the Climate Prediction Center.

Global Tropical Sea Surface Temperature Animation from the Climate Prediction Center.

 

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