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Monthly Review – November 2013. Some tropical indices and SST, and MJO Some mid-latitude anomalies Global climate change issues Noteworthy weather events Other ongoings Special: “The fluid is falling”, both in the ocean/atmosphere. Huug van den Dool, Dec, 6, 2013.

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Monthly Review – November 2013

  • Some tropical indices and SST, and MJO

  • Some mid-latitude anomalies

  • Global climate change issues

  • Noteworthy weather events

  • Other ongoings

  • Special: “The fluid is falling”, both in the ocean/atmosphere

Huug van den Dool, Dec, 6, 2013


6th of the month is early

  • No NMME

  • Only some monthly updates are in


Synopsis:ENSO-neutral is

expected to continue

into the Northern Hemisphere

summer 2014.


MJO


Mid-Latitude (or global)


A few global climate change issues


September 2013:     392.93 ppm September 2012:     390.40 ppm


Noteworthy weather


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Thanksgiving eve!


2nd “once in 20 year” storm in NW Europe, in a 2 month window!

Dec, 5 and Oct, 28.


Greatest pressure drop: 12 mb/6 hours.


Nov, 13, 2013: Tropical cyclone 3A hitting Somalia


Other ongoings


CA-SST weights at the end of October 2013


CA-SST weights at the end of November 2013

Little changes in weight in one month (that is good!)

Last 13 years are positive (supports or is consistent with “OCN”)

Weights are small, only three in excess of |0.10|, very unusual

1987 continues as a high –ve weight. Reaching 2 years soon. Determinism?


Specification or

down-scaling at lead -3


Specification or

down-scaling at lead -3


The fluids are falling

Not about November

- Heat Burst (atmosphere)

- Brinicle (ocean)


http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/15835017


Have a safe Sunday, Dec, 8, 2013


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