NEWS
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Wed Mar 19, 2014 01:08 PM CDT

METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION

The northern branch of the jet stream features a weak ridge between Siberia and Alaska. There is a weak blocking ridge to the north of Alaska and a weak ridge over western Canada. The polar vortex is over central and eastern Canada. There is a seasonal temperature pattern over far western Canada, cool-cold elsewhere. The southern branch of the jet features a trough in the Gulf of Alaska. There is a weak ridge in the eastern Pacific and far western U.S., a trough over the central U.S. and a ridge over the eastern U.S.

Subtropical high pressure dominates ...

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