• Western and northern USA with next blizzard, temperatures up to -15°F / -26°C on Thursday, ...

    From Canada and Alaska /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/05/canada-and-alaska-temperatures-almost-40c-40f-and-heavy-blizzards// is coming next early Arctic blast, which hits during next period mainly western and northern USA. Extreme snowfall is possible mainly in states Washington, Idaho, Montana or Wyoming, but almost all Nevada or Utah or Colorado will be under the snow, too. Midwest finally ends ...
  • Very long coldwave (until 20. November) in the western half of the USA? Predicted blizzard ...

    Forecasts of decrease AO and NAO index until 20. November are not fully convincing, because AO and NAO are expected to decline only few decimals under 0, but it appears, that this broke circulation will be linked with severe cold blasts in Europe /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/03/extreme-coldwave-in-europe-from-siberia-in-long-term-outlook-20c-in-continental-europe-possible// and in North America /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/01/wisconsin-with-30-inches-3-4-m-missouri-with-20-inches-1-2-m-snowfall-around-10-november-joke-or-serious-winter-blizzard/; https://mkweather.com/2020/11/02/before-next-coldwave-warm-almost-in-all-usa// ...
  • Before next coldwave, warm almost in all USA

    In Northeast, still cold and snowy weather is reported in early November /https://mkweather.com/2020/11/01/wisconsin-with-30-inches-3-4-m-missouri-with-20-inches-1-2-m-snowfall-around-10-november-joke-or-serious-winter-blizzard//, but from the west, very warm air is shifting above whole territory of the USA, with expected late Indian summer conditions. Until 5. November, very, in northern parts of the USA and southern Canada, extremely warm brings ...
  • Wisconsin with 30 inches (3/4 m), Missouri with 20 inches (1/2 m) of snowfall around ...

    Currently, extreme coldwave is beginning mainly in Northeast. Already on Friday, 30. October, has fallen in Boston record October snowfall 4,3 inches (11 cm). Cold blast with snowing will expand during next 3 days into whole territory of Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, up to North and South Carolina. Snow is forecasted ...
  • In October, has never been so cold in the USA! 220-years (all-time) records overcame! In ...

    So brutally cold in October has never been in densely populated areas of the US territory from the beginning of meteorological measurements, minimally since year 1800! Abnormally cold weather over central and southern parts of USA is coming from extreme cold Canada, where temperatures has dropped in northern parts below ...
  • USA: Winter hits mainly from Friday to Wednesday (23.-28.10.), Minneapolis with 7 inches (18 cm) ...

    After snow records from Montana (Billings, 5.2 inches) and South Dakota (Rapid City, 1.7 inches) /https://mkweather.com/2020/10/20/usa-132-cm-5-2-inches-of-snow-in-952-masl-winter-conditions-hits-too-south// has arrived record snowfall into Minnesota, with snow totals up to 9 inches / 23 cm /https://mkweather.com/2020/10/21/minnesota-extreme-october-snowfall-on-tuesday-up-to-9//. Extreme high snow cover has been reported from Minneapolis, 7.1 inches / 18 cm, on Tuesday. Minneapolis ...
  • Hope for the West comes between Sunday an Tuesday (10.-12. October), next heatwave between 14.-22. ...

    Burned area in California is approaching 5 million acres and the next millions of acres were burning in other states in the West of the USA. In early October, the next extreme heatwave hit region /https://mkweather.com/2020/09/29/summer-like-heatwave-up-to-111f-44c-in-southwestern-usa-until-10-october-rains-should-bring-later-ex-hurricane-only-to-the-northern-areas-wildfire-risk-at-an-extreme-levels// and wildfire situation has been worsening. In Phoenix, maximum temperatures has reached every day ...
  • Massive, mysterious September bird die-off in Western USA: Fires, extreme cooldown and drought

    Extreme September weather changes in the Western USA has caused 100-thousands die-off of migratory birds across New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Arizona and farther north into Nebraska according to the biology department at New Mexico State University (NMSU). Birds flying long-distances from Alaskan and Canadian tundra over West-American coast into Central ...