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This map above would be a great summer forecast if we were in the 1960s pattern (but we aren’t there quite yet), which is where we will be headed over the next several years as the AMO (Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation) cools, and what I have taken note of is during the period of the cold AMO, PDO combination, Gulf of Mexico hurricane strikes become very violent like they were in the 1960s with Camille for example, and in the late 1890s-into the 1900s (1900 Galveston Hurricane) where the PDO & AMO were cold, which focused upward motion away from the deep tropics and towards areas like the Gulf of Mexico, which would make them actually wetter than normal (all good except the central Gulf in your forecast above) and in the 1960s, although there were still dry conditions over the plains, the heat lessened and spread eastward towards the east coast, which would support this summer forecast above, if we were in the 1960s pattern. However, I think we’re going to see like in the 1950s, drought and heat towards the plains, more east coast hurricane threats, late season tornado outbreaks, and a cold March (which is exactly what you’re seeing now).
I’ll make mention of this in my new post so you can see for yourself, which is now approaching 24,000 words, lol.
Hello, I’m not not talking that area. I’m talking about DC and Baltimore regions and the suburbs of the city from maryland to virginia that did NOT get much snow that are still in snow drought. Stop criticizing me because I never mentioned new jersey. I live west of DC not new jersey. DC and Baltimore are the big cities of the 95 corridor. Did you read my comment correctly?
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