• Has been October really cold? Composites from NOAA (Europe, North America, Northern Hemisphere)

    Early, maybe historic 200-year coldwaves, too, are not 100% warranty, that long climatic periods will be strongly below long-term temperature average. Although, circulation is set to early powerful cold blasts in Northern Hemisphere, between these cold spells are occurring powerful warm periods and too, in regions where early coldwaves absent, ...
  • After historic October coldwaves, long period of Indian summer in northern USA and southern Canada ...

    USA is bothered these moments by the strongest October coldwave for more than 200 years /https://mkweather.com/2020/10/26/in-october-never-been-so-cold-in-the-usa-220-years-all-time-records-overcame-in-november-indian-summer-in-outlook/; https://mkweather.com/2020/10/23/arctic-days-will-come-in-october-usa-under-record-early-snowfall-with-200-year-october-frosts// with widespread snowfall and cold temperature records from northern up to southern parts of territory. In the same time, Hurricane Zeta is moving above Southeastern USA, with next possible floods in many areas ...
  • November, December and January NOAA outlook

    Last 90-day NOAA outlook update for the US territory isn´t very different from previous long-term predictions. If we remove some warm temperature anomaly potential from all-time warm temperature anomalies thanks to global warming, results for the next period will be relatively simple: 1.) Expected colder and near normal, snowy conditions ...
  • Scarry view to hurricane Epsilon: Mega-cold Arctic air mass will be shifting above Western Europe

    Although Eastern half and partly Central parts of Europe will have during incoming period a warmer conditions, despite of series deep-pressure systems over rest of Europe /https://mkweather.com/2020/10/22/hurricane-epsilon-aims-to-europe-next-7-deep-pressure-threats-appears-until-5-november-in-british-isles-and-nw-europe//, Western Europe will be bothered by next and next doses of cold Arctic air at the end of October and at the start ...