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  1. MJOatleast7

    December Discussion

    I think it was a few years ago, we had a thaw clear to the Arctic Circle...was that the same year as >0c 850 at the North Pole...?
  2. MJOatleast7

    December Discussion

    and wouldn't such weirdness show up first in the lower troposphere...I mean, CO2 is a heavy gas, so its effects should in theory be concentrated there. Meanwhile you have more normal synoptics above it with less CO2 concentration, where the gradients still exist. Could also speak to the strength of the PV despite a radically warming Arctic surface... the added heat simply isn't getting to the mid-and upper troposphere (not to mention the stratosphere) so you can actually have it colder there. Just speculating.
  3. MJOatleast7

    December Discussion

    This seems like two seasons ago ('16-17) when we had weeks of fast laminar flow south of 40N owing to high heights in the tropics that just wouldn't budge for most of the winter, over a wide swath longitude. I remember many posts from you about how we couldn't get any digging or slowing of the flow. You think we're setting up for a similar thing this go-round?
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    December Discussion

  5. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    sad trombone, wa wa waah
  6. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    Well, a slight thaw, rebound to normal or a little above, but Black Friday isn't exactly Hot Friday.
  7. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    I wonder if it's different here in SNE. BOS also has better correlation between BN temps in November than BN in October with a good winter. But ideally, it's best to have both BN around here. This year, however, the warm water off the south SNE coast might put pressure on that, bringing the baroclinicity farther north than would otherwise be the case. Certainly enough to get us in the game and hopefully you too.
  8. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    but the company song is awesome!!!
  9. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    I don't know with what equipment you could even clear a 13-meter high snowpack. I think they used to use rotary plows in the Sierras (before tunnels and other road coverings that is) or Going-to-the-Sun road in Glacier NP. Are there machines that tall?
  10. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    From the Aomori Snow Corridor (when it opens in April):
  11. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    or the spa at Sukayu Onsen in Japan
  12. MJOatleast7

    November discussion

    We need one of those calming rooms with lights:
  13. MJOatleast7

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    yup
  14. MJOatleast7

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    Corresponds well with the period of max occurrence of noreasters.
  15. MJOatleast7

    Fall Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

    Says it all about New England's diehard fans. Summit cam from MWN
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