Record Break Polar High

Posted By: Flake Fan  Posted On: Mar 18th, 2013  Filed Under: Weather

I’m serious about this one. The highest surface pressure ever recorded was 1085 mb, but this one forecast by the NAM model is 1100 mb, or  32.48″. If it even comes close, then…. wow. Winter isn’t over! And sorry for not being on here for a few years, life has been very busy for me. But I can tell you that this forum was always very fun and insightful, and I thought you might like to see this. Cya!

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  1. Flake Fan says:

    And some confirmation from the national weather service:

    “An interesting weather pattern is shaping up for the end of the
    week. Glancing at teleconnections, the Arctic Oscillation is progged
    to go sharply negative (possibly its lowest value since Christmas
    week of 2009) while the North Atlantic Oscillation remains deep into
    negative territory as well. This combo typically produces much-below
    normal temperatures across much of the country with potentially
    active weather over the Plains (not unlike late 2009). The pattern
    taking shape this week appears to fit this mold.”

  2. snowboi1 says:

    At least u getting some winter as weve had hardly anything.Horrible.

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