Thursday, April 8, 2021

Ocean current report

 This time I will report the locations of the Argo floats since they seem to rather thin on the ground (ocean, ha).

The ocean current maps are influenced by argo floater distribution.  But, over the course of a month or two, you can get a good picture.

The Atlantic belt may be setting up again, as well as the Pacific.  However the temperatures are low, and the plumes are weak.

There is no major plume activity hitting the Arctic, and you can see that another cold blob is going to hit the UK.  These are the main reasons that global temps are diving.  We'll still have hot spots in July, forest fires, and droughts to keep the warmie press happy.  Good for the economy!

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