Hasn't been any sign of a cold blob for a week now. Everything is in turmoil. Now we see a nice one sneaking down the Bering Straight.
You can tell the strength of a blob by the amount of wind behind it. In this case, the wind backs up to the North Pole. It's coming down from far west, so it might not hit Toronto. We'll see another one soon.
In other news, Australia is saying good-bye to skin cancer, while nude, in the rain.
They used to have hot sun, beaches, and skin cancer. If the Pacific cold phase stops, then they can have it again, in 20 years, enough to stop all the cancer.
Still not seeing it weaken. Maybe next year.