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This means Japan has been under a strong upper level low’s influence for nearly a week, and still going. This event was minor, as the chart above (depicting temperature anomalies in the upper latitudes) shows. The image above shows the projected phase space for the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) off the GFS Ensembles. The GFS Ensembles predict the MJO to translate eastward with time, shown well by the quick movement through Phases 4, 5, 6, and 7, arriving in Phase 8 around the mid-December timeframe. Each triangle-esque shape represents a specific phase of the MJO, with the phases number 1 through 8 on the exterior of each shape. PSORT predicts the probability that a protein resides in each of a number of subcellular localizations. The stratosphere is also working in conjunction with this strong upper level low over Japan. The degree of this cold air is still under examination, but if it’s anything like the upper level low expected to trek north of Japan to open December, watch out. As the jet forces that moisture east, it will dive into North America on the heels of a powerful jet stream.

The model guidance above indicates this strong jet will shove off mainland Asia in a matter of days, overpowering the Pacific basin and shunting moisture towards North America. The image above shows the last week or so of temperature anomalies over the North Hemisphere at the 10 millibar level. As this happens, and we see extratropical cyclone formation on the surface (as indicated by the tight black SLP contours in the image above), pressures will lower just west of the Gulf of Alaska, even into the basin itself. For now, we see the United Kingdom’s UKMET and Japan’s JMA model guidance supporting a GFS ensemble-like solution, where the MJO would move into those latter phases supportive of a cold weather event. This brings the Typhoon Rule, stratospheric, and MJO concepts full-circle to favor a cold weather pattern for the December 7-17 period. In response, high pressure will form along the West Coast, which then in turn creates a trough in the East US, and suddenly you’ve got yourself a cold start to the second full week of December. Following a brief warm spell in the mid-late December period, things could turn stormy again in time for Christmas. A storm system (possibly more than one) could be seen in this December 7-17 time period.

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The graphic above shows the same Madden-Julian Oscillation forecast as the GFS Ensemble one above, but this one now shows the forecast from the prestigious European model, abbreviated as the ECMWF ensembles. On January 23rd, the GFS starts another stratospheric warming event in roughly the same location as the warming event we just analyzed above. Nevertheless, this first warming event, coupled with the ongoing warming event is helping to destabilize the polar vortex in the stratosphere. The difference from the second warming event and this third event is that the polar vortex is now well displaced from its usual domain in the Arctic Circle. Of course, that East Asian component would play a role, but this ECMWF forecast could very well dampen the cold in areas. Building off of the first graphic, it’s quite possible that the United States may also undergo a harsh beating from cold weather for nearly a week straight. Matches: Though is possible to start a fire with items found naturally, matches get the job done much more efficiently. If you are searching for websites that predict football matches correctly, King’s prediction is the Best website forSoccer Predictions for Today and Tomorrow. I am a Great Indian tipster of soccer or football.

In this forecast, we see a swath of substantial precipitation values extending from the Plains into the Upper Midwest, giving the Great Lakes some of those wet conditions as well. It should be noted that although the Messianic Age is associated with worldwide harmony and brotherhood, the end of days will stir up a great deal of conflict and tribulation. Depending on how the atmosphere unfolds closer to this event, it could end up being a decent winter storm. A hodograph is an instrument that monitors the distance and track the radiosonde (the things that go up in weather balloons) goes as it ascends into the atmosphere. Anyhow, when a hodograph comes back in a circular formation, it means that there is some form of rotation action occurring in the atmosphere. This comes as that jet stream makes its way into the Pacific, and resultant stormy weather in the Gulf of Alaska forces high pressure to form in the West US. On the right (if I’m aligning this post correctly), you’ll see the current jet stream pattern laid out across the Northern Hemisphere. The image above once again shows 500mb height anomalies from the GFS ensembles, now valid on December 6th. Notice that we still see below-normal heights over Japan.