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AfewUniversesBelowNormal

More new +500mb patterns

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I've been studying 500mb heights going back to 1948. These patterns of late have no past point of reference. Completely new. 

1) The general high heights around the Northern Hemisphere


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2) Massive +500mb blocks in Scandinavia and the Atlantic... never is there blocking on the W and E side of the north pole so close strong

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I wonder if there is a measurement of 500mb anomaly for a hemisphere or the globe? I think today and tomorrow there are some records 

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check out the >+120 in India and that part of the world and polar stuff. It's a 360 ridge with some short term fluctuations. and even so, all troughs are displaced

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Maybe more appropriate for the weather section, but we'll do a +600dm ridge pretty easily, and top-10 all time

Subtropical jet, 576 heights, east of Greenland. The record ones are usually north of Alaska and not so far south. I want to bring your attention to that we're breaking records, but by like 1 or 2 SD

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