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First tropical (extra) feature of the season was on Friday

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  • Mike Doran
    Wow. The data for April came out and as predicted we have a negative QBO -- about on track with 2003, which is amazing given this interesting event we just
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      Wow. The data for April came out and as predicted we have a negative
      QBO -- about on track with 2003, which is amazing given
      this 'interesting' event we just saw this last weekend. The March
      data burp (near zero value) was from the tidal wave, IMHO, and we are
      now back on track with the QBO running negative and what patterns
      couple with the ionosphere as a result:

      http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/Correlation/qbo.data

      2001 -15.69 -15.53 -15.99 -17.73 -20.99 -23.31 -24.45 -21.67 -14.29 -
      10.81 -3.88 1.48
      2002 4.64 8.00 9.32 14.03 14.16 13.26 10.05 10.60 8.90 7.66 4.46 -0.50
      2003 -1.39 -1.44 -3.30 -8.57 -13.94 -18.01 -22.99 -24.64 -22.51 -
      20.34 -17.86 -11.38
      2004 -4.84 2.61 5.45 10.46 12.97 11.75 9.96 8.82 7.22 7.84 4.41 2.27
      2005 -0.45 -0.88 0.06 -6.64 -999.00 -999.00 -999.00 -999.00 -999.00 -
      999.00 -999.00 -999.00
      -999.0



      On this link a few days ago Friday there was a 21 k strike event!!!!

      https://thunderstorm.vaisala.com/tux/jsp/explorer/explorer.jsp

      And on this link a spin out in the central North Atlantic:

      http://www.goes.noaa.gov/HURRLOOPS/huvsloop.html

      The 'fair weather' zone between strikes powering cyclonic event and
      cyclone darkened, as cloud microphysics are more zapped on average
      per the China paper.

      Strikes themselves are oriented with the algae bloom in EGOM this
      spring.

      http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/natural_hazards_v2.php
      3?img_id=12627


      SIO index out respecting extra tropical event in the Atlantic Friday.
      Notice how it was rising:

      http://www.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/SeasonalClimateOutlook/SouthernOscil
      lationIndex/30DaySOIValues/index.html


      28-Apr-2005 1012.28 1012.80 -20.90 -10.12 -12.90
      29-Apr-2005 1011.61 1012.35 -22.50 -10.69 -13.13
      30-Apr-2005 1013.56 1011.75 -4.10 -10.75 -13.20
      1-May-2005 1015.11 1011.15 18.60 -10.22 -13.00
      2-May-2005 1014.34 1010.60 16.90 -9.79 -12.83
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