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2013 Polar Vortex Collapsing; Complete Disintegration Possible!!! US, North Europe, Midle East Hit!!!

 
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Full Polar Vortex Collapse May Lead To Brutal February for North America, Europe
By Andrew at 3:20 PM

I am seeing that forecasts continue to enhance my much-anticipated suspicion that we will see a full collapse of the polar vortex, and this could be happening in the next two to three weeks.

We'll go image by image. This first image above is the Day 10 forecast of heights and temperatures. Areas of lower pressure are marked with the letter L, and are also shown with decreasing numbers closer to the center. Warmer temperatures are shown in warmer colors. We can clearly see that the polar vortex is nowhere near organization, a result of several sudden stratospheric warmings (SSW), an event that forces warm air into the stratosphere and increases chances for cold air about 2-4 weeks later. Typically, if we were to find a sturdy polar vortex, there would be a single low pressure vortice centered over the Arctic. However, in the above forecast image, we see three separate vortices of the polar vortex, none of which are close enough to the Arctic for me to determine that they are in control of said area. What I can determine is that the polar vortex is beginning its dramatic collapse that could bring a brutally cold February IF, and ONLY IF the atmospheric pattern cooperates.

If you saw the title of this post mentioning North America and Europe, you may be intrigued. However, if you look towards Greenland and then look east, you will see several arching formations. This signifies high pressure in the area, possibly leading to a negative NAO, which would then enhance cold weather over those areas.

The next image shows the same height forecast and temperature outlook, but now for the 30mb region of the stratosphere, typically defined as the middle-upper stratosphere. Again, we can see a very weak polar vortex split into multiple centers and multiple vortices across this layer of the stratosphere, enhancing the case that the stratospheric polar vortex is on its last leg. I have no doubt that, should this forecast verify, this will be an irreversible act that will prevent the polar vortex from fully recovering for the rest of the winter. We just went through a historic sudden stratospheric warming in recent days, that will take some time for the vortex to heal, if that's even possible anymore. In this case, we see the main vortice over western Greenland, which usually would be a concern for the negative NAO. However, the 30mb level does not have the same effect as the 100mb level in that the 30mb level is too high up to bring about any significant weather changes to the troposphere, unlike the 100mb layer.

Our final image is of the ECMWF's potential vorticity forecast. We see a mostly blue chart with a few colored areas. The warmer colors depict areas of higher potential vorticity, which will denote low pressure areas (in this case, the polar vortex). Blues denote higher pressures, which hamper the polar vortex's formation. In the above image, valid for Day 10, we see a very disfigured polar vortex. There are three separate vortices- one if over north Canada, another over Europe and a third in Asia. The Canadian vortice will act to try and push south into more of Canada and possibly into the United States if the atmospheric pattern allows. The second vortice over Europe will act to enhance cold prospects for the continent for February, as I attested to in yesterday's article here. The third vortice over Asia will provoke storm systems to begin making a rebound in the US after a recent dry spell over much of the nation, not helped by an ongoing drought in much of the Plains and Rockies.

I'm seeing good indications that the polar vortex is on its way down, and February should end up nice and cool to round out winter. Just how cold is TBD, but things are looking up.

Andrew [link to theweathercentre.blogspot.de]
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Polar weather doom = Bush family estate in Paraguay ??
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Polar weather doom = Bush family estate in Paraguay ??
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Sunday, January 27, 2013February 8-12 Potential Winter Storm
By Andrew at 10:33 AM

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I am watching the potential for a winter storm between the 8th and 12th of February, with those dates very fluid and not nearly set in stone at this moment.

The above image shows Hour 312 of the 0z GFS model. We can see a modest storm system ejecting from the Rockies and producing wide precipitation shields across the Plains and down towards the Gulf Coast. Most notably is an area of heavy snow occurring in the Central Plains, where several inches of snow may be trying to accumulate. I cannot determine just how much, as the source of these graphics does not provide such a luxury. Nonetheless, accumulating snow would be falling in the Plains, with rain in the Southern Plains in a situation that may even produce some elevated convection.

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Fast-forwarding to Hour 336 (12 hours later), we find ourselves with even heavier snow now occurring in the Midwest and western Great Lakes, into the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic. I could see a very good accumulating snow event come out of this (that is, if this forecast even reappears in the next week), but again, I am in no position to determine exact amounts. Making a quick glance over to the rainy side I see heavy rain now ongoing across the Gulf Coast and Southeast. While the low pressure system is further north and not right on the Gulf Coast, I could still see the chance for some elevated convection if the cold front brings up the rear of the precipitation with some solid cool air.

So, you're most likely wondering why I am spending my time typing this much about a storm way out in the long long range of the GFS.

The answer: Lezak's Recurring Cycle (LRC).

The LRC involves a cycling pattern that repeats, or 'cycles' every 40-60 days. Each cycle length is different each year, and the pattern is most prevalent from winter into spring. This year, the cycle length is roughly 53 days. If we were to go back 53 days from February 10th, we would find ourselves on the date of December 21st, 2012- supposedly the day of the apocalypse.

This was the atmospheric set-up on the 21st. We had a deep low pressure system in the Central Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. W also observed high pressure in the Canadian Maritimes into New England, as well as in the Plains and Rockies. Deep low pressure was observed off the coast of the Pacific Northwest.

Now that we've got a look at December 21st, let's go to the forecast day of February 10th and see if we can spot any similarities that may validate or void this potential winter storm.

A quick comparison between the two yields many similarities. Let's list them all- First, we see a deep low pressure system once again present in the Ohio Valley, which is the main potential for the storm. We see the high pressure systems in the Plains and Canadian Maritimes into the New England region. The big thing we're missing is the deep low pressure system offshore of the Pacific Northwest, but that will likely come back into the model's field of vision as the time draws closer. Also worth nothing is the forecasted high pressure centered in eastern Greenland, resulting in an east-based negative NAO. The east-based negative NAO is favorable for cold and snow to reach the Central US over the Northeast, increasing the validity of this forecast.

We have suddenly established these two dates as very similar. The atmospheric pattern over North America (while not 100% spot-on) is similar enough that my confidence in this particular forecast is increasing. Now, we will definitely see this forecasted storm come and go in future model runs, but seeing such a close match between this forecast and December 21st tells me we should be watching for this timeframe to verify.

Andrew [link to theweathercentre.blogspot.de]
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Joe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

What if the 12z GFS was right... Ground hogs and small dogs buried and frozen day 10 on MJO in prime wintery phases [link to twitter.com]
4 hJoe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

Wow he implications of that globally are startling. 3wave pattern blocked up with cold in major n hem population [link to twitter.com]

4 hJoe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

@GroundhogPhil ensembles go coast to coast winter day10 on, not just lakes and ne.Then again it is the GFS [link to twitter.com]
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Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

GFS 12z apparently uses the groundhog as part of its data package: 10-15 day forecast froze-solid USA. [link to twitter.com]
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Joe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

What if the 12z GFS was right... Ground hogs and small dogs buried and frozen day 10 on MJO in prime wintery phases [link to twitter.com]
4 hJoe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

Wow he implications of that globally are startling. 3wave pattern blocked up with cold in major n hem population [link to twitter.com]

4 hJoe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

@GroundhogPhil ensembles go coast to coast winter day10 on, not just lakes and ne.Then again it is the GFS [link to twitter.com]
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I heard joe bastardi in 2008 say after this SOL MAX we will go into another ice age
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Joe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

What if the 12z GFS was right... Ground hogs and small dogs buried and frozen day 10 on MJO in prime wintery phases [link to twitter.com]
4 hJoe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

Wow he implications of that globally are startling. 3wave pattern blocked up with cold in major n hem population [link to twitter.com]

4 hJoe Bastardi‏@BigJoeBastardi

@GroundhogPhil ensembles go coast to coast winter day10 on, not just lakes and ne.Then again it is the GFS [link to twitter.com]
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I heard joe bastardi in 2008 say after this SOL MAX we will go into another ice age
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yes he says that all the time...
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113F today in Nyang, W.A., Australia. It dropped to -65F in Suhana, Siberia, Russia. Aren't you glad you are where you are?
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.@wxjay apparently anomalies change depending on the location or something. Asian brutal cold. [link to twitter.com]

20 minRyan Maue‏@RyanMaue

.@wxjay check out Arctic temperature anomalies for the next 5-days: a bit below normal. Then watch what happens... [link to twitter.com]
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49 inches of snow on the ground in Sapporo, Japan today.
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This thread just keeps on delivering.
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Some very low lows Tuesday in Russia: -67ºF in Zelinda, -66ºF in Yaral'in, & -65ºF in Shelagontsy.
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Different story in France w/record cold right now ( [link to coolwx.com] ) no snowcover, but temps in 20's°F [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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From tropopause theta map, I see 7 cold anomalies (cyclonic) along the polar front. Very busy or "wavy" [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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Currently, a very sharp/strong/impressive cyclonic cut-off is spinning over France leading to record cold. [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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so what is the impact to us and the end game timeline for this so called collapse? so far, winter seems normal.
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Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

Arctic front blasts to 15°N into the Caribbean & Costa Rica, would be "cold" there w/temps 10-20°F below normal [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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Arctic front blasts to 15°N into the Caribbean & Costa Rica, would be "cold" there w/temps 10-20°F below normal [link to twitter.com (secure)]
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Very good work !
Never mind giving temp values in centigrads as well.This would be useful to...Europeans !
Muito Obrigado!Merci!
have an...iced day!wink
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Wednesday, February 27, 2013March 2013 Outlook
By Andrew at 4:00 PM
This is the March 2013 outlook. This outlook will not include a graphical outlook. Rather, a region-by-region summary will be included in this article.

Dates are shown at the bottom of this image as (day/time), so 4/12 would be March 4th at 12z (6 AM CT)
We're going to start with something called the Arctic Oscillation, or AO. The Arctic Oscillation involves the strength of a massive low pressure system in the Arctic that we call the polar vortex. Think of how you used to swirl your straw around in your drink in restaurants when you were a kid. If you swirled it fast, you could form a tornado-like vortex. If you only swirled it a little, the attraction to the center of the cup and the vortex is weak. This can be applied to the polar vortex. When the polar vortex (swirling your straw around) is weak, cold Arctic air is released down to lower latitudes, and can penetrate into the US. This is known as the negative phase of the AO. In the positive phase, a stronger than normal polar vortex (swirling your straw around fast) is observed. This locks up the cold air in the Arctic and provides for a warmer pattern in the United States. If we look above, we see the long range forecast of the Arctic Oscillation from the American ensemble forecasting system. The black line with intermittent circles is what is called the control run of this ensemble system (an ensemble member that does not have its initial parameters changed, unlike other ensemble members), and the green lines illustrate the mean forecast. The blue lines are the maximum and minimum of all the ensemble members' forecasts for the Arctic Oscillation. Analyzing the forecast above, we see that the AO is negative at this time and has been negative recently. This promotes stronger chances of cold air due to the weak polar vortex losing its grip on cold Arctic air. Looking ahead to the future, we see there is a strong consensus for this negative AO to continue into the middle of March. However, at the end of this forecast, the ensemble mean's green lines spike towards neutral territory, and this would indicate a strengthening polar vortex and thus less chances for cold air. As far as I can see, the first half of March has fair potential to be chilly in parts of the US. I will address this further at the end.

Now shown above is the forecast for the North Atlantic Oscillation, or NAO. The same rules about colors and types of lines in this forecast apply. The NAO has a positive and negative phase (in the following description, the positive and negative phase word colors above will correlate with word colors in the next few sentences). When there is high (low) pressure over Greenland, the NAO is said to be negative (positive). As a result, low (high) pressure forms over the Eastern US, and the subtropical jet stream, which helps Nor'easters form, is strengthened (weakened). Thus, when the NAO is negative, one can anticipate better chances for cold and storms in the East US, while the positive NAO brings about warmer weather. Looking at the forecast above, once again from the American ensembles, we see that we are currently in a weak negative phase that will be intensifying in coming days. Looking towards the longer-term, we see a tendency to go back to that medium-weak negative phase, and this could continue through the first half of March. Like the Arctic Oscillation, we see a spike towards more neutral and positive phase territory at the end of this forecast, which could mean warmer times to come. I want to point out that future forecasts of the NAO could be more negative than what we're seeing above. Based on my extrapolation of forecasts over the North Hemisphere, I feel that the negative NAO could be enhanced more than what is being depicted, but only time will tell if that comes to fruition.

For our last forecasting indice, we have the Pacific North American index, or PNA. The PNA has a positive and negative phase. In the positive phase, high pressure forms in the West US. In accordance with Newton's Third Law of Motion, an action will have an equal and opposite reaction, meaning high pressure in the West US will provoke low pressure in the Central and East US. The positive PNA is the favored stage for storms and cold in these two regions. In a similar fashion, when the PNA is negative, low pressure dominates the West US. Going back to the Third Law of Motion, high pressure then tends to form in the East US. This type of pattern gives the North Plains the big winter storms, a feature we have seen much of the winter (the PNA was negative during much of the winter, so the Plains storm train can be attributed to that). The forecast of the PNA starts out with us in a solid modest positive phase. This looks to continue into the first days of March before we go into neutral territory to round out the first week of March. Beyond this, we drop well into negative territory with the PNA, and you know what that means: storms diverted away from the East US, warmth dominates. And look at those blue maximum-minimum forecast lines- for a couple days at the end of the second week in March, the forecast is off the charts, while the maximum forecast barely breaks neutral territory. That is not a good sign for those in the East and Central US wanting cold weather for March, but an excellent sign for the warm-weather lovers in those areas.

This is a long range forecast from the most recent American ensembles, and this time they are forecasting 500 millibar height anomalies. Reds and oranges tell of high pressure, while blues indicate low pressure. I outlined the three indices we talked about above- the AO, NAO and PNA. We see very strong, blocking high pressure from the Bering Sea into the Arctic, something the American ensembles have been hinting at for quite a while now. There is no low pressure in that area, meaning the polar vortex has been exiled from its domain. On a related note, large low pressure in northeast Asia shows where the polar vortex may have been shifted to. The fact that the polar vortex isn't even allowed in its domain means cold air is much more likely to flow south and into lower latitudes, the extent of which is to be determined. We see a solid negative NAO over Greenland, shown by high pressure in that region. Now, I said how I believed the NAO may be more negative than what is currently being forecast, and the reason for this is because of that strong -AO. There is certainly plausible evidence that the negative Arctic Oscillation's high pressure could influence and strengthen the high pressure over Greenland. I will be watching for this in the next week or two to see how it plays out. As far as the negative PNA goes, it would be strengthened by high pressure in the Bering Sea into the Gulf of Alaska. As a result, you can see a small shade of orange in the South. As small as it is being shown to be, I can assure you the high pressure would be much stronger if this forecast comes true.

After reconciling these atmospheric factors and adding in a few more complicated indices, this is my March 2013 forecast by region.

Pacific Northwest: Starts more or less warmer than normal, gradually turns stormier and colder.
Southwest: Continued instances of stormy weather, possibly increasing after mid-month.
South Plains: Turbulent temperatures in first half of March, gradually turning warmer.
Southeast: Chilly start gives way to warm end.
Northeast and Mid-Atlantic: Bouts of cold and chances for snow give way to warmer end to March.
Ohio Valley: Chances for cold and snow lessen as month progresses; turning warmer.
Midwest: Chilly start to month ends up moderating as month goes on. Storm track shifts north.
North Plains: Cold start, stormy end. Wintry region of the month.

Andrew [link to theweathercentre.blogspot.de]
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Friday, March 1, 2013Sudden Stratospheric Warming Imminent
By Andrew at 4:48 PM

I am seeing increasing signs that a sudden stratospheric warming is about to take place in the upper stratosphere.

Shown above is an animation of 10 millibar temperature anomalies in the stratosphere. As I alluded to in my February 24th post, the Himalayan mountain range is a natural geographic instigator for these sudden stratospheric warmings. The enormous warming event we saw in January originated from the same mountain range we are now seeing this impending mass of warmth. Analyzing the above animation shows us that this warming event has been in the works since the beginning of February. In recent weeks towards mid and late February, we saw strengthening of this warming, and it became clear to me that this was not just a quick warming event. In my opinion, if you see a warming event over the Himalaya Mountains and it is sustained and strengthening, there's a solid chance that a sudden stratospheric warming could emerge from that situation.

The reason I am suddenly on what you may perceive as high alert is because of the last frame of this animation. If you look closely, you can see the pulse of warm temperature anomalies suddenly flare up over the Himalayan mountains, a sign of possibly sudden strengthening of this warming mass. This body of upper stratospheric warmth may very well be in its final stages of formation and the beginning stages of possible propagation to the Arctic, where the sudden stratospheric warming event could then take place. The warm air in the stratosphere would then push cold air down to the surface, and we could see that cold air hit the surface in the next 2-5 weeks, right around the start of severe weather season. If this cold air is able to come close to the US, or even penetrate through the nation, chances are the severe weather risk and winter weather risk would be heightened. I will explain more later on.

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