STUDYING THE ARCTIC OSCILLATIONS

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CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER – ARCTIC OSCILLATION OBSERVED & FORECAST
The January 6 Hard Freeze is now history. As we head into mid-winter, the Arctic Oscillation is forecast to dip negative again around January 16, fortunately not as severe as on January 6.
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NOAA SURFACE WEATHER MAP – 7 AM WEDNESDAY
The next Arctic air mass should mainly affect the northeast U.S. towards of the end next week. Our next chill will not be Arctic. It’s origin will be Maritime Polar, which will become Continental Polar (drier) after crossing the Rocky Mountains the first of the week. Our area will only have a light inland freeze on Thursday morning.

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