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North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) The NAO is a very important teleconnection for UK and European winter prospects. Recent Seasonal Model forecasts point to a positive NAO (+NAO), suggesting the winter outlook for our part of the World is looking to be dominated by cyclonic mild, wet and windy weather. This post centres on the Met Office paper titled Skillful long‐range prediction of European and North American winters and the four key oceanic and atmospheric teleconnections shown to drive or influence the wintertime NAO. You can find the full paper here. Using the Met Office’s ow
LEARNING ABOUT TELECONNECTION SCIENCE AND BACKGROUND SIGNALS Welcome to a brand new specialist thread. The vast subject of teleconnections is a fascinating one. Some of the science is quite complex and is not really well understood by many of us. It is very easy to dismiss the purpose and usefulness of the many teleconnections and to misunderstand the role that they play in advancing meteorological developments, long range weather forecasting and with climate change and global warming. Just to list some of the teleconnections we have: the ENSO state (El Nino and La Nina); Angular Momentum