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Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Extreme non-event for the Western Pacific typhoon season and implications

November 20th, 2023 55 Comments 

Has anyone stopped to think that with the screaming and yelling about the global temperature spike, the biggest freak show of the year is having a record-low number of named Typhoons?  To make that out-of-this-world extreme, it’s DURING AN EL NINO. Those are the most active years for typhoons. It is an off-the-chart deviation.

From a forecasting point of view, this should really make you question the prowess of the global effect of this El Nino outside of contributing to temperature pumping along with last year’s volcano via increased Water Vapor (WV).  But the atmospheric response the meteorology should have the field wondering, just what the heck is going on here?

The strong El Ninos, if indeed they are strong (and this one by many measures is not, as far as reactive weather goes), but in terms of how warm the water is in one of the NINO measuring areas, are the biggest years.

This year:............To Read More.....

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