sryanbruen Registered User
#46

nacho libre said:
I think there was, remember that brief weak south easterly flow we had due to the scandi high, which quickly sunk.


You thought that was the response? I thought that was way too fast for a response to the SSW.

nacho libre Registered User
#47

sryanbruen said:
You thought that was the response? I thought that was way too fast for a response to the SSW.


Apparently it was, according to what i read, usually the response takes two- three weeks

sryanbruen Registered User
#48

It looks as though the response to the late February stratospheric warming is taking place now except in the USA where the eastern seaboard is much colder than normal and a nor'easter will take place in the coming days bringing blizzards. This is a contrast to the warm Winter they recorded. Meanwhile, temperatures at home are expected to go back down to average or stay slightly above for the next 7-10 days after a warm weekend.

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nacho libre Registered User
#49

sryanbruen said:
It looks as though the response to the late February stratospheric warming is taking place now except in the USA where the eastern seaboard is much colder than normal and a nor'easter will take place in the coming days bringing blizzards. This is a contrast to the warm Winter they recorded. Meanwhile, temperatures at home are expected to go back down to average or stay slightly above for the next 7-10 days after a warm weekend.


I have family over there They say its quite cold at the moment, and it will be cold all week.

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