Objective Comments and Analysis - All Science, No Politics
Contributions by Richard James and Rick Thoman
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Another Day, Another storm
Another deep storm, this one in the southwestern Gulf of Alaska. The Ocean Prediction Center analysis had it as a 944 mb center at 10am ADT ; the 6pm ADT GOES-11 IR image shows a very tight circulation center south of Cold Bay. This storm will move into the northeast Gulf of Alaska in a couple days, slinging more warm air over the central and eastern Interior. No winter anytime soon.
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Surprisingly these storms impact us as well, we are forecasting 20-22 foot swells all the way down here Monday night into Tuesday.ReplyDelete
Long distance swells can be fun. I seem to recall that southern California sometimes gets appreciable swells from southern hemisphere storms!ReplyDelete