Saturday, May 18, 2024

Perfect storm in the Pacific


A plume has turned over to a perfect storm.  I have never seen that, and it is caused by cold air hitting the plume.  Nearly 95% of the time, the plumes remain linear and hit North America.

Other than that, everything seems to be on-track.  The temperatures are having a little hook up, probably caused by this big vortex.  These storms are perfect reverse funnels to pump heat energy up off the ocean into the atmosphere.  Once again, this is as really neat, as much as an eclipse or Northern Lights.

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