NEWS
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:30 PM CST
METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION

The northern branch of the jet features some weak ridging between Alaska and Siberia extending northward to the pole. The polar vortex across northern Canada and some ridging over the north-central atlantic, eastern Greenland and Iceland. This is a cool/cold pattern for Canada. The southern branch of the jet features a trough in the Gulf of Alaska/eastern pacific and a low amplitude jet across the Us with some weak ridging over the interior western US and a trough off the east coast of the US. Subtropical high pressure extends from the southeast pacific eastward across southern Mexico and ...

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