NEWS
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Fri May 24, 2013 12:57 PM CDT
METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION

The northern branch of the jet stream features a blocking ridge over northeast Siberia. A trough between Siberia and Alaska. A ridge over Alaska and western Canada. A trough over eastern Canada and Greenland. This is a mild/cool pattern for western Canada, cool/cold central and east. The southern branch of the jet features a strong trough over the western US. A ridge over the Plains. A trough over the eastern US. And a ridge over the western atlantic. Midwest. Subtropical high pressure is located over most of the Mexico and the western Gulf of Mexico.

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