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We have a blog now open at blog.southernwx.com 
If you have suggestions for content you would like to see added please post it here. Also, if you would like to contribute let us know!
Thanks!
 

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SD said:
We have a blog now open at blog.southernwx.com 
If you have suggestions for content you would like to see added please post it here. Also, if you would like to contribute let us know!
Thanks!
Shane,
 I'd like to contribute a few things though some of it would be centered on Atlanta since much of my research is based on that city's history. Then again, ATL is a good proxy for the upper south.
 When I decide to submit something, how would I do it?
 

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SD said:
We have a blog now open at blog.southernwx.com 
If you have suggestions for content you would like to see added please post it here. Also, if you would like to contribute let us know!
Thanks!
Shane,
 I'd like to contribute a few things though some of it would be centered on Atlanta since much of my research is based on that city's history. Then again, ATL is a good proxy for the upper south.
 When I decide to submit something, how would I do it?
Larry,
I will give you access to the blog or you can email me and I'll post it. Let me know what you want to do

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I'll take the direct access option for now. Let's see how that works out. If I get a chance, I'll try to post the first thing later tonight or tomorrow.
 

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Hi Larry. We will be making the blog look nicer also very soon. :) We were waiting to get on this new server before making radical changes.
 

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-Teleconnections (big 3 NAO, AO, PNA)
-MJO
-SOI
-QBO
-strat warming and it's effect on the Polar Vortex
-soundings (skew-T)
 

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ForsythSnow said:
packfan98 said:
-Teleconnections (big 3 NAO, AO, PNA)
-MJO
-SOI
-QBO
-strat warming and it's effect on the Polar Vortex
-soundings (skew-T)
Don't forget the EPO!
I forgot.  Just a quick brainstorm.  TOO many letters to keep up with!
 

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Hey guys I am going to work on this over the weekend now that the NFL playoffs are down to just a few hours. I should be able to complete most requests but the MJO/SOI/QBO might take a little longer :)
 

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-Teleconnections (big 3 NAO, AO, PNA)
-MJO
-SOI
-QBO
-strat warming and it's effect on the Polar Vortex
-soundings (skew-T)
I just posted a brand new blog post on the correlation of MJO phase to SE winter temperatures. The surprising finding back when I did this research: inside the left side of the circle (or barely outside) is where you want it to be to have the best shot at lengthy SE cold! Keep in mind, however, that the MJO is just one of many guides to use to try to predict the upcoming weather. Just like is the case for any index, there are only tendencies associated with the MJO. It is a good tool but is far from a crystal ball. So, your best bet is to, of course, also consider several other indices at the same time.
 

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I just posted a brand new blog post on the correlation of MJO phase to SE winter temperatures. The surprising finding back when I did this research: inside the left side of the circle (or barely outside) is where you want it to be to have the best shot at lengthy SE cold! Keep in mind, however, that the MJO is just one of many guides to use to try to predict the upcoming weather. Just like is the case for any index, there are only tendencies associated with the MJO. It is a good tool but is far from a crystal ball. So, your best bet is to, of course, also consider several other indices at the same time.
Outstanding read Larry.... good work as usual!
 

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