Our Small Forecast – “Winter is Coming as a BEAST in The East.” [re-published from SEPTEMBER 11, 2018 with update]

Originally published on 11SEP18


 

We look especially to the Barents-Kara Seas (B-K) for an indication during the Arctic Sea Ice Minimum. Why?

Because the B-K area has never seen regrowth in November if it is clear at September’s minimum – as it is now; as it was.

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Based on this model, this is a sure indicator of continual Arctic Vortex Collapse and a negative phase of Arctic Oscillation which leads to extremely low seasonal temperatures on the US Eastern Seaboard.

Screen Shot 2018-09-12 at 9.07.22 AMWhile regrowth has begun on the Far East Siberian Arctic (Laptev Sea in the West to the Chukchi Sea in the East), in coves, fjords, and bay areas, the B-K area are again absolutely free of Arctic Sea Ice (ASIC or SIC). Naryan-Mar is the central city of the Autonomous District of Nenetsia where the Pechora River feeds this area. This is West of the larger city of Vorkuta outside the District.


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That is 5.0+C temperatures in the Arctic Oceans in the Barents and Kara Seas in August-September, 2018.

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