Where have all the hurricanes gone?
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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”
Since: Mar 07
#1 Sep 16, 2013
Was not just Hurricanes. The typhoon season was also slow to start.
Main reason was the long term production of blocking anticyclones in the temperate rainbelt which diverted a lot of rainbearing cloud over particular areas on the map,(Such as Manchuria for example).
The high pressure cells stable during summer dur to the low equator-pole temperature gradient over the N. Hemisphere now appears to be breaking down as the N. polar region cools in Autumn.
Looks like after the slow start we now have a windup situation. The high pressure blocking anticyclone droughts in the N. Hemisphere have now just about gone.
This blocking situation may also have something to do with winter weather in the S. hemisphere over the last few months, and also something to do with an awful lot of central Andean snow.
We remain @ present in climate mode#3 which is a mite more efficient than climate mode#2 @ cooling the planet. This probably has had a lot to do with the summer hurricane drought (up until now).
May be a busy late season.
have a nice day: Ag
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