Joined: Thu Nov 19, 2009 9:16 am Posts: 497 Location: Salida, Flagstaff
Here is our town meteorologist in Flagstaff (Lee Born - a real meteorologist who shreds pow and provides video-based model interp for us, how rad) breaking down what refuses to break down: The "Ridge of Steel" afflicting many of us in the western U.S.
Good delivery, bad news.
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Amazing how interconnected these weather systems are. He mentioned that this high pressure ridge in the pacific is the reason why that east coast snow storm was so severe. That storm made landfall in Europe this morning and is doing this sort of thing:
Should make for some jaw-dropping surf over the next day or two.
Joined: Thu Nov 03, 2011 10:07 pm Posts: 353 Location: Green Mountains
Good stuff. Great pictures of England. We've got Artctic High's pushing everything south of the Green Mountains in Vermont too or the gulf moisture falls as ice/rain. They say bad things come in threes (last two years blew according to my account). I've heard Barrows say it, Climate change sucks. I'm really starting to wonder myself. Hopefully something will give.