jaxjagman

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  1. jaxjagman

    ENSO

    Thanks,its going ok,ive been sick the last couple weeks,no COVID just feeling blah,scratchy throat,coughing, sneezing,what ever bug it is.hope i never get it again
  2. jaxjagman

    ENSO

    NMME is showing a Modoki moderate Nina in Jan
  3. CFS shows a robust Rossby Wave moving into the Easten Pac,i can see why the gyre's dont show much of anything right now other than into the Eastern Pac.
  4. Seems to doing well with even a more suppressed Kelvin Wave moving though
  5. Not very often into summer you see East Asia correlate very well,but right now it seems to showing this,if its right is another thing.Sure looks like the MJO is finally going to get out of the IO into the Maritime,it sure should be signs past the Mid of August we see more a SER,definite pattern change upcoming,sure hope we dont get into a flash drought
  6. jaxjagman

    ENSO

    EWB passing east of the IDL should potentially scatter the warmth in the east.Nina should start to take notice more soon
  7. Sure dont look very active with out much of any Kelvin Waves
  8. MJO could possibly get into the Maritime and more suppressed off the African coast,seems like anything the forms will be home brewed or the tropics will probably be dormant of any tropical genesis into the 2nd week of August and several days after
  9. Everything is pointing towards the MJO ,there is some hint into the 2nd week of August the MJO could creep into Maritime,been making me reluctant to believe the weeklies and feel they should be to warmer,towards the Mid of August
  10. Upper Level Low moving from the Yellow Sea today into more South Korea tomorrow,we should see some sort of trough towards the end of next week around the Valley.Should see some potential strong diurnal storms at least,least that's my thinking
  11. Looks to be a trough still going through East Asia around the mid week,this could give us a relief possibly towards the end of the month.least some lowering heights in the East but by the looks this won't be nothing but a brief reprieve as heights could build right back in,least thats how it looks today
  12. Lots of high clouds around here,i'm going to Maryville Wednesday,might take a trip into the mountains.It might be clearer tomorrow night tho around here if the models are right
  13. It was semi overcast/hazy here as well.We don't live in a great spot here,in NE Williamson Co.To the NW we catch the Nashville skyline.
  14. jaxjagman

    ENSO

    IMME into fall,its not far off from Jamstec's Oceans posted above ,its
  15. jaxjagman

    ENSO

    ENSO forecast: Observation shows that a weak La Niña is developing at present. The SINTEX-F predicts that the weak La Niña-like condition will persist in the latter half of this year. Indian Ocean forecast: Observation shows that the tropical Indian Ocean is warmer-than-normal at present. The ensemble meam suggests that the warmer condition will persist in autumn, then will return to a neutral-state from winter. However, there is a large uncertainty in the prediction as some of the members (specially, of the SINTEX-F2-3DVAR system) actually predict a weak negative IOD event in autumn. Regional forecast: On a seasonal scale, the SINTEX-F predicts that most part of the globe will experience a warmer-than-normal condition in boreal autumn, except for southwestern Australia, India, and some parts of northern Africa. In boreal winter, the model also predicts that most part of the globe will experience a warmer-than-normal condition, except for western Brazil, western Australia, India, and some parts of the Indochina Peninsula. As regards to the seasonally averaged rainfall in boreal autumn, a drier-than-normal condition is predicted for some parts of the South American Continent, southern Africa, West Africa, China, some parts of Europe. In contrast, most part of Northern America, Mexico, India, East Africa, Southeast Asia, Philippines, Indonesia, northern Europe, and northern Russia will experience a wetter-than-normal condition. In boreal winter, a wetter-than-normal condition is predicted for northwestern coastal area of Canada, a northern part of the South American Continent, northern Australia, western Europe, Philippines, eastern Indonesia, and Madagascar. In contrast, southern U.S.A., southern part of the South American Continent, central Africa, Spain, Portugal, western Indonesia, eastern China will experience a drier-than-normal condition. The model predicts most part of Japan will experience slightly warmer-than-normal condition in autumn as a seasonal average. In winter, most part of Japan will experience warmer- and drier-than-normal condition.