Happy Monday folks!
It looks like Winter is over for the Eastern 2/3rds of the U.S. at least for the next two weeks. We are expecting that the rapidly collapsing El Nino (headed for La Nina by Summer and strong La Nina by Fall) will bring some COLDER intrusions in April and May with some late frost and freezes! Potentially very bad news for early sprouting trees, crops and berries in the Midwest - Northeast.
For our Farmer friends visit our Seeds of Success series to see what we expect this year here in the U.S.
SEEDS OF SUCCESS EPISODE 1
SEEDS OF SUCCESS EPISODE 2
SEEDS OF SUCCESS EPISODE 3
For now here are some 2-week trends across the world for the 7-20 March period:
To see the above information in map form visit our facebook fan page.
For big businesses looking to become PROACTIVE vs REACTIVE to the volatile weather a year-ahead, check out our video on how we eliminate the headaches.
- Eastern half of the U.S. 2nd warmest in 25+ years - a near record warm surge!
- A severe weather/tornado outbreak likely Tue-Fri this week and again the latter half of next week in the South Central States-Southeast. Flooding also likely in this region with the wettest March period in over 25+ years!
- Western U.S. already off to the wettest March in 21 years with more rain and heavy mountain snow. Overall the coolest in 6 years out West with some frost potential during this period for the Central San Joaquin valley.
- Europe is the coolest in 3 years with slightly below average temperatures.
- Mongolia the coldest in 6 years.
- Middle East hottest in 6 years, 2nd hottest in 25+ years.
- Capt Kirk out.