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  1. Warm in SE US, cold in NW US has been the pattern this year. Looks to continue for the rest of the month at minimum.
  2. Some fish pics from the Azores
  3. The linear regression forecast for January 2020 is 34.8, or +1.8.
  4. NOAA write-up is interesting. La Ninaish look could be good (bad) here if the temp gradient/jet sets up in the right (wrong) latitude. From Brett Brettschneider September SST and OHC (0-300m) anomaly. Warm water in NPacific is not very deep in spots so could flip if winter storms cause mixing. Conversely there is plenty of warm water at depth along the US east coast.
  5. Subsurface waters in the tropical Pacific have warmed in the past month. Looks more like last year than it did a month ago; but lagging a bit, i.e. the subsurface warmth will reach the EPac a little later this year vs last.
  6. Would like to see at least 1", preferably more, to alleviate dryness going into winter. A Miller B-type storm so someone will get shafted on SW edge.
  7. Typical noreaster street flooding/beach erosion in OC without the rain/high winds.
  8. 1. Showers have become more concentrated this morning near the center of a non-tropical low pressure system located off the northeastern and mid-Atlantic coasts of the United States. This low, which is currently producing storm-force winds, is expected to continue meandering off the coast through tonight, producing strong winds, coastal flooding, heavy rainfall, and rough surf along portions of the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States coasts. Some additional subtropical or tropical development is possible through tonight. Upper-level winds are expected to increase over the system during the weekend while the low weakens and moves away from the northeastern United States. Additional information on this system can be found in local products and High Seas Forecasts issued by the National Weather Service. * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...30 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...low...30 percent.
  9. About the same for me distance wise. Slight preference for trying a new track.
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