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‘The Blob’ is back off our coast – what that means for our winter weather

The Blob is bac1k
Credit: weather.com

– “‘The Blob’ Is Back: Here’s What It Could Mean for Lower 48”
“Meteorologist Domenica Davis looks at warmer sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Northwest and what it means for the Lower 48.

* A mass of warm water known as “the blob” has returned to the northern Pacific Ocean.

* The expansive dome of high pressure over Alaska allowed the blob to form off the coast.

* The blob is generally associated with warm, dry winters in the West and cold, stormy winters in the East,” by Drew MacFarlane, weather.com.
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Posted by Steve on November 5, 2018 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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