to see "Breaking Weather: Winter Makes A Comeback" from AccuWeather.com
The running 30 day mean is about to take another drop. One sees how CYCLICAL the overall pattern is with an up and down, biased up when we are warming, down when we are cooling. But the site I posted Friday will be fun to watch. Given what we are looking at globally to end the month, we are going to see a fall to .1 below normal in the running 30 day mean by the end of the month.
So on March 2, when the data comes in, see if I am right
ciao for now ****
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Note GFS global temps over the next eight days are forecast to be -.3C and if that is the case, the fall for February will have us near .1C BELOW NORMAL for the month. The astounding La nina response temperature drop continues. Let's remember who was saying what last year at this time when I had put out that forecast for the La Nina to come on and the corresponding drop that would follow off an El Nino spike. The idea of constant El Ninos, a mainstay in the AGW argument, will be left on the ash heap of history as the cold PDO favors La Ninas, and you have to be blind not to see what a cooling Pacific will do. Lord help us when the Atlantic shifts into its cold stage... a colder climate is a lot tougher to deal with than warmer.
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No, he is not my nephew, he is just a darn good young meteorologist with a PhD from FSU, and to show how objective I am about him, his undergrad degree is from Michigan... the dreaded rivals of PSU.
Ciao for now. ****