Pennsylvania Climate Office

February 2016 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  -- The February 2016 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of February's weather, the experimental forecast for March and April, and one highlight. The highlight covers the basics of understanding the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). Look for the next newsletter at the start of April.

January 2016 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  -- The January 2016 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of January's weather, the experimental forecast for February and March, and one highlight. The highlight covers the basics of understanding two teleconnection patterns - the North Atlantic Oscillation and the Arctic Oscillation.

December 2015 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  -- The December 2015 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of December's weather, the experimental forecast for January and February, and one highlight. The highlight covers the basics of understanding the El Nino Southern Oscillation.

 

 

November 2015 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  --  The November 2015 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of November's weather, the experimental forecast for December and January, and one highlight. The highlight shows the relationship between a warm November and the following December-February snowfall for select sites across Pennsylvania. Look for the next newsletter at the start of January.

October 2015 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  --  The October 2015 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of October's weather, the experimental forecast for November and December, and one highlight. The highlight shows the relationship between a weakening El Nino during the winter months and wintertime precipitation in Pennsylvania and the Northeast. Look for the next newsletter at the start of December.

 

September 2015 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  --  The September 2015 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of September's weather, the experimental forecast for October and November, and one highlight. The highlight shows the relationship between a wet early summer and a dry late summer in Pennsylvania and the following winter's temperature and precipitation anomalies across the country. Look for the next newsletter at the start of November.

August 2015 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  --  The August 2015 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of August's weather, the experimental forecast for September and October, and one highlight. The highlight shows the relationship between various temperature and precipitation anomalies, as well as ENSO phase evolution, for March through July and the following late fall/early winter temperature and precipitation anomalies across the country.

July 2015 Edition of the Pennsylvania Observer (PA weather/climate information)

The Pennsylvania State Climatologist

From The Pennsylvania Climate Office Staff  --  The July 2015 edition of the "Pennsylvania Observer" is attached.  Features include a summary of July's weather, the experimental forecast for August and September, and one highlight. The highlight shows the relationship between extreme warmth in the Pacific Northwest and the following September-November temperature and precipitation anomalies across the United States. Look for the next newsletter at the start of September.