Tag Archives: La Nina

La Niña Responsible For Seabird Deaths?

We’re just wrapping up the first official week of winter in the Northern Hemisphere and boy did some of us in the Eastern U.S. have a white Christmas. Matter of fact, I spent most of the holidays in Birmingham, Alabama where it snowed on Christmas day. Of course, that was really exciting for me but […]

Will Santa Need Rudolph? Christmas Weekend Weather Forecast

[Guest-posting today for ImpactWeather’s StormWatch Manager Fred Schmude . . . Thanks for the outlook, Fred!] “The weather pattern has been virtually locked for nearly 3 weeks now and I don’t see much of a change when you consider most of the long-range ensemble signals are locked in place, including the position of the latest MJO […]