AO, PNA, NAO, All showing consitantcy these past few months!

NAO has remained fairly negative since about May 5th 2011

The AO (Artic Ocalation), The NAO (North Atlantic Ocalation) and the PNA are all right now showing consitantcy towards a pattern that we saw pretty much most of last year. Looking at the AO since May 1st it has been in the Negative’s which is Good if you want snow in the winter time in the Mid-atlantic, Southeast and Northeast over the Winter. To go along with that we have also seen a generaly possitive PNA. Which is a good indiction that there would be ridgeing it the west if it were winter time. And then you look at the NAO which many people follow if you live in the Mid-Atlantic or along the I-95 corridor if you want snow in the winter. That for the most part has been negative since about may 5th if you exlude the late periods of May and Early Period of June. This all points to something totaly different in my winter outlook. The NAO, and AO will be crutial for snow lovers this winter since a La nina will most likey re-form by mid-fall. It will be release on July 25th 2011. Everyone stay tunned, beacuse if you are a snowlover in the east this may be what you wanted to here or what you did not as well as for those in the pacific northwest. It may be what you want to here or what you do not want to here. Take care everyone and feel free to comment and talk to the weatheradvance storm team on our New Weather Talk page. We definately want to here back from you!

PNA has remained either neutral or slightly positive since May 16th 2011AO has remained mostly negitive since May 1st 2011
Dante' Brown-Royal

Dante' Brown-Royal

Hello, I am Dante' the CEO/President of Weather Advance. I most of the time specialize in Winter Weather and winter forecasting. I also am pretty decent in predicting severe weather and tracking hurricanes. Howevere usually that's not my forte. I will strive to always give you the most accurate updates possible, and information possible when it comes to the weather!

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