Rainshadow Posted March 5, 2019 Report Share Posted March 5, 2019 Well this el nino by ssta but necessarily by atmospheric coupling did not follow historic standards for our area or the Conus in general. While December started off on a more typical el nino script, the weak nino climo started going off the rails in January & completely flipped in February from what is the typical thermal distribution. Feb 2019 is not at the ERSL site and the HPRCC probably uses current normals. I used the same base period for December & January. Let me pre-emptively say, let us not go down the climate change rabbit hole in this thread. It is not my intent of starting this thread. I hope to add some local Philadelphia info in the days to come. Prior to 1950 I used the fsu jma info to determine weak ninos and the cpc site after 1950. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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