Unveiling Some Aspects of the Weather Pattern
We look at more of the evolving cycling pattern
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Now, let's delve into the evolving weather pattern as we prepare to issue our winter forecast during the first week of December."
Let's start with this satellite image featuring a storm situated approximately 1,000 miles west of Monterey, California. This storm brings both favorable and unfavorable news for California.
On the positive side, its current location positions it favorably for future LRC cycles, increasing the likelihood of its persistence and impact.
However, on the downside, the storm is currently experiencing significant weakening as it spins cyclonically over the Pacific. This development raises concerns that the anticipated wet winter, as suggested by other sources citing El Niño, may not come to fruition, but I am not 100% going there at this moment.
As depicted in the video presented below, we'll be examining the storm off the west coast and the one in the early stages of formation along the Gulf of Mexico coastline, specifically in the regions of Louisiana and Texas. These weather events are of particular interest as we closely monitor their evolution within this year's LRC cycles. We will also explain the LRC model predictions for North Dakota in this video.