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  1. It sounds like winter may not be over yet then. The models seem to be picking these signals up quite well with a very very promising looking ECM run this morning of something alot colder and more wintry. How long do you see this signal for a southerly displaced jet to last GP.
  2. Again much appreciated for taking time out to explain these atmospheric conundrums.
  3. Very much appreciated GP thanks. So would i be right in saying that roughly speaking the GWO is a measure of glamm, mountain torque, and frictional torque combined.
  4. I must admit to not understanding fully the implications of all the different teleconnections and how they interlink with one another. I'm sure i have read in past posts how a rising glamm is good for blocking then next i read that a sinking glamm is what you need,so at times very confusing. Last winter the glamm went through the floor and we all know how that turned out, although whether that was from the glamm or cold stratosphere and strong vortex i don't know. Could someone explain what the GWO is in relation to the glamm, mountain torque and friction torque, i think thats the lot. I was under the impression you needed angular momentum to mix with the polar westerlies which would disrupt the zonal westerlies adding warming and blocking at higher latitudes.
  5. Solar activity is still very low with the solar flux back below 70 again.
  6. Yesterdays southern hemisphere speck has already faded away leaving the sun once again blank.
  7. The new spot in the southern hemisphere is no more than a speck just like the rest of the sc24 spots that have come and gone before hand. Solar activity is still at very low levels with no real signs of this changing in the foreseeable.
  8. Agreed, we have a unique opportunity to see how much the sun does influence the climate by comparing hopefully a long deep solar minimum with a very active last 50+ years.This minima could also dispell the co2, ghg warming theory and that the warming up to 1998 before it flatlined was in fact more to do with the sun than anything else.
  9. Earthquake mag of 6.9 in the Kurile Islands.
  10. It sounds like winter may not be over yet then. The models seem to be picking these signals up quite well with a very very promising looking ECM run this morning of something alot colder and more wintry. How long do you see this signal for a southerly displaced jet to last GP.
  11. Again much appreciated for taking time out to explain these atmospheric conundrums.
  12. Very much appreciated GP thanks. So would i be right in saying that roughly speaking the GWO is a measure of glamm, mountain torque, and frictional torque combined.
  13. I must admit to not understanding fully the implications of all the different teleconnections and how they interlink with one another. I'm sure i have read in past posts how a rising glamm is good for blocking then next i read that a sinking glamm is what you need,so at times very confusing. Last winter the glamm went through the floor and we all know how that turned out, although whether that was from the glamm or cold stratosphere and strong vortex i don't know. Could someone explain what the GWO is in relation to the glamm, mountain torque and friction torque, i think thats the lot. I was under the impression you needed angular momentum to mix with the polar westerlies which would disrupt the zonal westerlies adding warming and blocking at higher latitudes.
  14. I see over on one of the west American forums that cold records are falling like nine pins.
  15. ignore satalite data if you wish but the globe isn't warming. anyhow this is not the thread for such discussion.
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