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La Nina's impact on the United States has too main features. One, a strong trough develops over the Pacific Northwest, which leads to a ridge over the Interior Rockies and southern Plains. Second, a heat ridge develops over the Bahamas and Southeast. Now, in some La Nina's, this southeast ridge can produce above normal temperatures for the Mid Atlantic and Northeast. The storm track is forced towards the St. Lawrence Valley, and a warm winter is on tap for much of the East. However, there is one very important feature in the Atlantic that can put the southeast heat ridge in check, and produce havoc for the Northeast.

There are many factors in trying to figure out what the winter holds for the next 4 to 5 months. Factors include but are not limited to sea surface temperature anomalies,Cheap Samsung Mobile Phone, pattern recognition and climatology, location of tropical convection, and the development of surface conditions over Canada and the arctic.

FORECAST: After looking at all the data, I am confident that the Northeast will see a significant increase in storms that will produce a various amount of impacts for the Northeast. I expect temperatures to run near to only slightly above normal with some months running below normal for periods of time. A very volatile winter can be expected with wild swings in temperatures from week to week, day to day, and even hour to hour. In short, hold on to your seat because this is going to be a bumpy ride. So now, lets break down the various indicators for this winter.

This weather pattern can either follow a zonal pattern (jet stream is flat and goes west to east) or ends in a zonal pattern.

Given my forecast for a negative NAO this year, I feel we will see patterns similar to the first illustration.

NEGATIVE NAO PATTERN: In this pattern, a significant east coast storm can develop. First, notice the trough in the Gulf of Alaska. This trough is caused by the Aleutian low. The trough's eastern side slams into the Pacific Northwest bringing cold and stormy conditions. A large ridge develops over the interior West and Plains states in response to the deep trough in the Pacific. This produces a strong north to northwesterly flow out of the arctic into the Great Lakes and Northeast. The negative NAO, which is seen here producing a strong ridge over Greenland and a closed low over the Canadian Maritime. This blocking locks in the cold air over the Northeast and allows disturbances to slow down and develop into significant storms. In some cases,Bags are not a modern item, the southeast ridge will try to redevelop, which could enhance storm development.

La Nina's impact on the overall climate is most significant from the West coast of North America through the Southeastern United States. While the development of a La Nina is important to observe for the Northeast, the feature is not the main driving feature for the winter.

Other Interesting Indicators: I also want to point out a few other interesting features that are showing up. Notice on the SST anomaly map, that sea surface temperatures are running well above normal off the Mid Atlantic coast. The coastal waters of the Delmarva Peninsula down to the Carolinas are usually a key area of development for winter storms. The reason for this is the natural thermal gradient seen between air temperature and sea temperature and the difference in sea temperatures from the Gulf Stream and the immediate coast of the eastern United States. These differences in temperatures, which can span anywhere from 10 to 40 degrees or more is like jet fuel for a developing low pressure system. In this case, this interaction will be amplified by the above normal readings we are seeing. The result is a focus of cyclogenesis off the East coast and specifically off the Delmarva coastline.

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La Nina: A moderate to strong La Nina has developed over the Pacific. First, let's go into exactly what a La Nina is. La Nina forms due to the strengthening of the Easterlies along the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone. This strengthening forces the warmer water to the west and allows upwelling off the coast of South America.

POSITIVE NAO PATTERN: The Pacific air mass dominates the United States. The Aluetian low is further to the west and forces a ridge into eastern Pacific. This leads to a deep trough in the western and central United States. However, with a lack of blocking due to a positive NAO, the coldest air will remain over Canada, while mild temperatures are experienced over much of the nation. With the blocking from the negative NAO gone, the southeast ridge is free to build and ends up dominating the Eastern United States.

As we head into November,Cheap macbook, it is time to take a more in depth look at the winter. What should the Northeast expect and why. Along with some interesting insight on how weather patterns will develop. A focus will be on the New York City and Philadelphia region.

The following storms are expected with this pattern: Lake Cutters, which move from the southern Plains towards the central Great Lakes that produce heavy rain and above normal temperatures in the East, and fast moving Pacific cold fronts that rarely produce significant weather.

The other interesting feature is the heat ridge over the Southeast. This La Nina will continue to remain at least moderately strong through the first half of the winter. This will allow the development of the Southeast ridge to play a role in the weather pattern. In this case, I believe this ridge will cause a split in the pattern between the northern and southern branch of the Polar Jet. This development could lead to the development of closed lows over the Gulf Coast and Southeast, and produce tricky forecasting situation for the Northeast.

The NAO: The North Atlantic Oscillation or NAO is a dominant winter climate variable for the North Atlantic, western Europe, and eastern North America. For some odd reason, the NAO rarely gets a lot of media attention, even though the development of a positive or negative NAO is extremely important for long, medium,Discount iphone 5, and short term forecasting for the Eastern, specifically Northeastern United States. So what is the NAO?

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In this pattern, the following storms can develop: Nor'easter, ice storms from isotropic lifting (described as overrunning), and rapidly deepening clippers (known for diving out of the northern Plains, slowing, and producing a significant snowfall for the Mid Atlantic).

The NAO describes the position and resulting impacts of the Atlantic ridge and the Icelandic upper low. The positive phase of the NAO produces a strong ridge over the Atlantic and eastern United States. This pattern does not allow blocking to form over the northern Atlantic, and thus keeps polar air locked up over northern and central Canada. A negative NAO, however, usually features the strong Icelandic low positioned over the latitude/longitude of 50/50. This produces a strong ridge over Greenland and parts of northeastern Canadaand a trough over the southern Canadian Maritime and Northeastern United States. This feature produces blocking or slowing of the weather pattern,according to the research, which can lead to significant storm development over the East coast. Further, this position of the upper level features allows confluence over southeastern Canada, which basically leads to cold high pressure developing and locking in over interior New England and southeastern Canada.

Conclusion and Storm Track Overview: I expect a volatile and stormy winter in the Northeastern United States. The storm tracks will be impacted by three main features, the Aleutian low position, the Southeast Ridge position, and the state of the NAO. When the NAO goes negative combined with a strong Aleutian low, the result will be cold and stormy conditions with a storm track running from the Plains to the Mid Atlantic coastal waters. However, when the NAO goes positive, the southeast ridge will dominate and force the storm track towards the St. Lawrence River Valley and western New England bringing warm and wet conditions.

When forecasting the NAO,discount macbook, I look at two sources. The first is the excellent research by Benfield UCL Hazard Research Centre, UCL (University of London, UK. Once again, Professor Mark Saunders and Dr. Adam Lea have produced another well informed and interesting forecasting using three indices. The other source I look at is the sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic. I look for above normal SST anomalies to the south of Iceland and Greenland with slightly below normal to neutral anomalies over the central Atlantic. I am forecasting a slightly negative NAO for the winter. This is extremely important for the winter forecast as a negative NAO will have significant impacts on the winter weather.

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