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Sea surface temperatures across the Gulf last week were at record-warm levels for this time of year, which reflected weeks of unusually hot, dry weather. In fact, in 2014 the Coast Guard estimated that over 1,500 icebergs made it into the shipping lanes. It takes on that color because sunlight is scattered by the millions of air bubbles frozen into the ice itself. Lake Erie is currently above its April record monthly average by 4 inches. Right: Photograph of B15, which covered an area over 4000 square miles. Coast Guard International Ice Patrol monitors the area of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland for icebergs. It gradually moved and eventually broke into several pieces over the course of the next six weeks. Perhaps the biggest non-thunderstorm threat is the likelihood of significant flooding on the east shores of Lakes Erie and Ontario, including the Buffalo area, by Monday. Friday will bring scattered storms with a separate system, but next weekend currently looks dry. That region, including the west coast of Greenland, is the birthplace of most of the icebergs that find their way to the main transatlantic shipping lanes between North America and Europe. It begins with snowfall that builds up on an ice cap like the one over Greenland. It may originate from a glacier flowing directly to the sea, such as the tidewater glaciers of Greenland, or from an ice shelf, such as those found in Antarctica. More frost is likely tonight as high pressure settles directly overhead and the wind dies. Lake Ontario is not record high, but still well above average. A storm moving across the Rio Grande on Sunday night spat out baseball-sized hail near Del Rio and softball-sized hail just to the east in Brackettville. Amounts have been light, and this is moving rather quickly. Huge amounts of ice are lost from Greenland by calving as well as melting, and huge amounts are added by snowfall. Jeff Masters at his Eye of the Storm blog at ScientificAmerican. If so, these would be less likely to spawn long-lived tornadoes but could still produce brief, damaging twisters that are difficult to warn for, as well as large hail, torrential rains, and extremely strong downburst winds. The rest of the loss is the result of factors such as warmer ocean temperatures, iceberg calving, and the ice sheet shedding ice into the ocean more quickly. Good morning, and happy Friday! Assuming these are confirmed to be tornado-related, this outbreak appears to be the deadliest single tornado event since the catastrophic tornado in Joplin, Missouri, that killed 158 people on May 22, 2011. Behind this system, temperatures will run below normal Friday. This iceberg, or ice island as it was called, was over 4 times the size of Manhattan Island, with an area of about 95 sq mi. Shown is the overall risk level left and the probability of tornadoes right within 25 miles of any given point. This results in less buildup of sea ice, which in turn exposes icebergs to wave-induced deterioration, and the onshore wind moves them toward the shallower waters near the coast, where they can run aground or become trapped in bays. Residents will need to be on particular guard as the storms march into Georgia and north Florida overnight, and eventually into the Carolinas by early morning, as such tornadoes are typically brief and difficult to spot at night yet can still be destructive. The animation below, showing the ice charts during the 2019 season on a weekly basis from February through June, shows the evolution of the iceberg migration and subsequent drop-off as the season moves into summer. The developing storm system this weekend will pull another rich feed of warm, moist air into the Southeast. Observations suggest that heavier iceberg conditions are associated with colder surface temperatures and stronger northwesterly winds, so iceberg conditions are closely linked to the state of the climate on a seasonal timescale. The cold offshore flow builds up more sea ice, protecting icebergs during the journey south toward the shipping lanes, and that journey is also aided by the long-shore wind. Off the west coast of Greenland they are first steered northward by the West Greenland Current. But changes in carbon dioxide play out in global temperature largely on the scale of decades to centuries. Going back to 1880, this year has seen the second warmest January-March period on record. As a result of all of that weight, the ice begins to move under the forces of gravity, from the high plateau toward the sea through the various mountains passes. If those icebergs get chewed up by the rocky shorelines of Labrador, or move too slowly, or if the water is too warm to keep them from melting, then they may not complete the journey south to the shipping lanes. In the meantime, please see weather. Clair all broke records that were set in 1986 in March. However, icebergs can appear in shades of blue or even green, especially older icebergs, often composed of ice that has been under pressure for some time. For example, the rich infusion of moisture might lead to widespread thunderstorms early in the day Sunday that defuse the potential for stronger storms later on. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s for the north and 60s and 70s in southern Utah through the weekend. Note that tornadic supercells will still be possible in this region, even well into Sunday night. These numbers are likely to rise. Any supercells here could also generate very large hail and severe downburst winds. As a result, the solid ice absorbs the red color of the visible light spectrum and greens and blues are reflected back to the human eye. Rain either has fallen or is falling over much of the region this morning, but mainly in Missouri. Severe weather could even extend to the mid-Atlantic, including the Washington, D. Another chance for showers and storms will arrive on Wednesday, and we may see a few lingering showers on Thursday. Another potentially significant severe weather threat is forecast to move quickly from Texas on Sunday morning to Georgia by Monday morning. Very little large hail was reported east of Texas, but there were more than 400 reports of severe wind gusts. Powerful winds pushing upslope against the Southern Appalachians will squeeze out plenty of moisture. In fact, the rain is essentially over in Springfield, though we may see a few light showers over the next hour or two. Such differences in rankings can stem from variations in how research groups analyze global temperature, including how they account for data-sparse areas such as the Arctic. By late in the day, storms may tend to consolidate into intense lines or clusters as they race across eastern Alabama into Georgia. Then they reverse course through the Davis Strait toward Baffin Island, as shown below, and continue south along the east coast of Labrador, steered by the aptly named Labrador Current toward Newfoundland and those major transatlantic shipping lanes. It would not rank at the top because of its short duration. Rather, we utilize simulations of possible outcomes based on how widely the global temperature time series has varied from month to month in the historical record. The Newfoundland ice season runs from February 1 through July 31. That projection should be taken with a grain of salt, though. Temperatures in the 20s and 30s to start the day, will warm into the upper 50s this afternoon which is still below average. For the region along the east coast of North America from Greenland to Newfoundland, the ice season runs from about February 1 through July 3. There, the juxtaposition of extremely strong vertical wind shear and moderate to high instability will likely lead to one or more long-lived tornadic supercells capable of strong, long-track tornadoes. Warmer conditions, with temperatures near average will be the rule for the weekend but weather will remain unsettled with increasing clouds on Saturday and showers for northern Utah on Sunday. The primary severe risk in terms of coverage will likely be damaging winds. It is imperative, therefore, to strive to develop method to predict these seasonal hazards. The iceberg referred to as B15 calved from the Ross Ice Shelf in 2000 and was estimated to have an area of roughly 4000 sq. The wood floor joists rests on the walls with maybe a few concrete nails into the block or similar if anything at all. As such, there are currently no signs of flooding rains or severe weather in the next two weeks. The zone of greatest concern will shift during the day into Mississippi and western Alabama. The most basic difference is that sea ice forms from salty ocean water, whereas icebergs and their parent glaciers form from fresh water or snow. Despite concerns around social distancing in a shelter environment, the emerging consensus is that taking the safest form of shelter in prudent fashion should be the top priority if you find yourself in a warning. In some places, the damage tracks were separated by only about three miles. This model suggests that La Niña conditions are likely by late summer 2020. However, the other factors I outlined above are also important. About 300 homes were damaged or destroyed in Monroe, police Sgt. This entire process may take as much as 3000 years. This would imply a greater-than-usual chance of plentiful icebergs, all else being equal. Some severe storms are even possible as far north as southern Pennsylvania and the Washington, D. David Roueche, an engineer and wind-damage expert at Auburn University, attributed the movement to a likely lack of a fixed foundation. If so, that would tamp down the odds of 2020 ending up warmer than 2016 on a global basis. The pressure removes any air bubbles in the ice that could reflect sunlight. At the edge of the glacier is where the birthing process or calving of the iceberg occurs, as it breaks off the edge and drops into the sea. That slow flow of ice toward the sea is what we know as a glacier. This information can be found through websites and official social media accounts or by contacting your local emergency management agency. The low will become positively tilted oriented from northwest to southeast , which tends to favor diverging winds aloft and especially strong upward motion just to its east. Computer models suggest that a very warm layer of air about one to two miles high will sweep across the risk area, capping off development until instability is maximized later in the day, but such caps are difficult to predict accurately this far out. A light south breeze will accompany the sunshine early Saturday to bring temperatures back into the 60s, and high clouds will tend to fill in during the afternoon. Narrow Streak of Snow from the Midwest to New England; Severe Weather Returns to the South Sunday A narrow streak of heavy accumulating snow will shift from the Midwest to New England through Friday. This squall line moved off the coast by late morning, but severe weather continued to the north. The upper low will race across Texas on Sunday, with fierce southwest winds ripping ahead of it. These could be unusually potent storms for the overnight hours. Wind shear east of the Appalachians will be more than ample for tornadic supercells, even during the morning hours, assuming that the storms do not progress eastward as a squall line. Early next week looks dry with temperatures finally warming to average for April. Can you guess which states those are? This value would correspond to the second strongest level of atmospheric river on the one-to-five scale created by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Rain could break out Saturday night and into much of Sunday, and there may be a few storms in there too. The Monroe airport received substantial damage as well, making it one of at least four U. Outlook Clearing skies and a departing storm resulted in a very chilly start to Friday statewide. In the negative phase, persistent onshore easterly winds and warmer maritime air often occur during the winter along the coast of Labrador. Over several decades the snow gets compressed by layer upon layer that accumulate to form very dense ice. Many icebergs break up in churning sea long before they make it to the shipping lanes, grinding against sea ice and shorelines and melting at an accelerating pace as they get farther south. A cold front is splitting the area and temperatures are still warm.。 。 。 。 。

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