Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Hurricane Laura with a reverse cold feed


Nearly every 'american' hurricane has had a cold feed from Northern Canada.  Unknown to warmies, the engine of a hurricane requires both cold and hot air.  The hot air is feeding in from the Atlantic belt, but the cold air is coming up from Antarctica.

The Southern Hemisphere is in winter, and the ocean currents aren't doing much.

This is typical pattern for the Pacific.  Cold water is being sucked in up South America and zooms over to the western Pacific islands.  Most of Canada will be cold this winter, but Southern Ontario may get blasts of warm air.  Who knows?

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