Monday, March 13, 2023

Pacific plumes quenched


This hasn't happened before, but who's keeping track?  In the north, we totally depend on Pacific plumes for heat.  There is always one hanging around.  But today --- nada.  We had our one 'last gasp' plume go up and split the Arctic air mass -- that was great.

This puts Toronto in 'default weather', which appears to be continuous snow.  Without a Pacific plume, there won't be any Atlantic plumes for Europe.  This is all while we are in the mourning period for La Nina.  We'll have to see what happens.

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