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Josh Herman
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Double duty weather/climate enthusiast
Double duty weather/climate enthusiast

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Wisconsin Nearly a Bullseye the Third Week of July with +2mT Anomaly.
Wisconsin nearly a bullseye the third week of July with +2mT anomaly. Analog composite per Recurring Rossby Wave Train (RRWT). ( source ) H5 Low/High placement of analog dates from composite. ( source ) If there are any questions, comments, or suggestions o...

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The Recurring Rossby Wave Train Average Oscillation Period
Long story short. A while back I automated a technique to find recurring patterns in the atmosphere. From these data assimilations I produce medium and long range forecast composites. (A painfully long story is told within all posts of this Blog) I know the...

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Winds, waves, and ice. #GreatLakes   #LakeMichigan   #Sheboygan   #wiwx  
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Lake Michigan - Feb 18, 2016
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Testing: Severe Weather Pattern Projection Based on the Recurring Rossby Wave Train, Bering Sea Rule, and Typhoon Rule
We generated a small time sample of potential Spring severe weather pattern based on the Recurring Rossby Wave Train , Bering Sea Rule , and Typhoon Rule, also know as the Organic Forecasting technique called the "trifecta". To simplify the write-up the RRW...

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A very informative gif of bird migration across North and South America. It seems Illinois is a main thoroughfare.
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The Intraseasonal Oscillation Evolution of Jonas Based on the 30-90 Day Average Oscillation Frequency.
The Intraseasonal Oscillation evolution of #Jonas based on the 30-90 day average oscillation frequency. +/- 3 Days If there are any questions, comments, or suggestions on the material presented please let me know.
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