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There are two cages that you can provide for finches, a regular cage or an aviary. There are three projected physical consequences of climate change: temperature rise, sea level rise, and extremes in the hydrologic cycle. On Saturday evening, the lower level winds look to be absolutely screaming, with winds maxing out at 70 knots, with some spots going into the 80 knot threshold. Due to such low confidence, we’re only going to look at the long range OLR forecast as an indicator of what may come, not necessarily as something that’s “set in stone”. The Storm Prediction Center has already set up a ‘Day 5’ risk area for much of the Midwest and eastern Plains, indicating that confidence is relatively high that some form of severe weather will occur. The Storm Prediction Center has outlined a small area of severe weather potential for Wednesday, May 1st. This outline encompasses south central Oklahoma into north central Texas.

These intervals approximate the nominal probability content in small samples without requiring specific assumptions about the sampling distribution. The NAM model shows a rather small region of high instability over central Texas, extending into central Oklahoma. For more information, simply hover your mouse over the arrow. The more wind shear there is, the higher the chance of some tornadic activity. The concept right now is that this warming event will lead to more wintry weather about 2-4 weeks down the road from when the warming occurred, which brings us to that late January-early February period. Now let’s use the functions we have created above. Without a car, they may have less access to healthcare, food, social activities, and so on. With unfavorable indications from Japan, though, I worry that the cold (while intense) may not stick around for long. This would not bode well for a cold and stormy end to winter for most east of the Rockies, unfortunately.

Bears and animals that hibernate find their winter caves and tunnels to snuggle down for the winter months. This should be particularly concerning for winter weather fans in the East, because this set-up does have additional support. As a quick refresher, positive zonal wind anomalies are winds that go from west to east, also known as westerlies. In order to deem an event a true SSW, wind direction in the stratosphere must either significantly slow or even reverse, in addition to intense warming of temperatures. However, in order for thunderstorms to start forming, the layer of stability must be eroded. In order for that to happen, we may need another warming event, ideally a true SSW. Let me please clarify: This was not a Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW) event. We saw a notable stratospheric warming event strike to kick off the New Year, with temperatures at the 30hPa level only now settling back down to normal levels, as the graphic above displays. The above image once again shows forecasted outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) anomalies, but now forecasted well out into the spring. We see the MJO stalling out around the 160E longitude mark.

We see our current Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) wave moving eastward to the 180 degree longitude mark by around the 18th of January. Notice how we see our ongoing MJO wave fading near the 21st of January with the dissipation of negative OLR anomalies, as well as our second wave forming well off to the west. As the Paul Roundy hovmoller showed, this second wave slowly shifts east as we move into February, but then note what this forecast predicts in the middle and late stages of February. To narrow down this listing, type weather in the Search for buttons box and then click the Search button. Up to the second real-time data transfer to a Windows based PC with included Weather View 32 professional software. OHLC charts depend on the tons of stock price data for a period of time. It explains how such apps can be built and what features it should include being a complete weather app that can predict correctly.