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Houston, We have a Problem
12-24-2004, 08:48 AM
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Houston, We have a Problem
Looks like the next trof will drop a cut-off and send it right down the west coast. This could be a very big problem or a small one, if it moves closer to the coast then significant height rises will occur and that dammed southeast ridge might come back!!! Another possible solution is that very little, to none energy gets dropped off, and it forms a minute cut-off. That would still pump heights upstream, but moreso over the plains then the east. If that were to happen then it would allow the future pattern to set up for coastal storms! I just don't like seeing a cut-off or trof on the west coast. Though looks like these Canadian highs might be our savour, take for instance a 1040 high is supposed to drop down, and prevent temps. from exited the 30's...so even if the heights do rise, temp at the surface will go nowhere! I remember one of the forecasters, metioned that there would be a Jan. thaw...I can see where he was coming from. But be patient, once the trof rebuilds everything will become stable...and arctic air will be locked in.
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