Did a Volcanic Eruption Induce the Mi...

Did a Volcanic Eruption Induce the Midwest 'Julytober'?

There are 1 comment on the AccuWeather.com story from Sep 2, 2013, titled Did a Volcanic Eruption Induce the Midwest 'Julytober'?. In it, AccuWeather.com reports that:

This summer, the Midwest experienced a cold wave referred to as "Julytober" following the June eruption of Mount Sheveluch in Russia.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#1 Sep 4, 2013
Probably a mite too small.

The main feature instead is likely to be the large number of blocking high pressure cells in the N. Hemisphere this year.

The blocking anticyclone cell band is probably also responsible for the relatively low key Hurricane season so far.

It may change as the temperature contrast N-S increases as the Autumn (Fall in USA) kicks in.

Have a nice day: Ag

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