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When is a Greenland high not a Greenland high?

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In the Model output discussion thread a few minutes ago (08/01/2016), "bobbydog" posted the following:

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actually thats a very good point. those posters referring to the 'black holes' on the anomaly charts should note that the GFS is for example, showing a 1055mb high localised to greenland itself as is often the case. it doesnt qualify as the 'greenland high' we are looking for

This made me realise that I don't understand what constitutes a GH as defined by posts in the model threads.  Thanks to my lack of understanding, that quote seems to say that an area of high heights over Greenland isn't necessarily a GH.  My question, therefore is this:  what is a Greenland high?

Thanks.

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10 hours ago, chrisbell-nottheweatherman said:

In the Model output discussion thread a few minutes ago (08/01/2016), "bobbydog" posted the following:

This made me realise that I don't understand what constitutes a GH as defined by posts in the model threads.  Thanks to my lack of understanding, that quote seems to say that an area of high heights over Greenland isn't necessarily a GH.  My question, therefore is this:  what is a Greenland high?

Thanks.

I don't know whether this is any use but quite a neat article

http://www.islandnet.com/~see/weather/almanac/arc2011/alm11jan.htm

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