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originally posted by: EternalSolace
a reply to: intrptr
It's always cold, but it's not nearly as cold as when a low pressure systems drops straight out of Canada. That's why much of the east coast has had bitter winters in 2014 and 2013. An over abundance of Canadian air. Those pressure systems are VERY potent.
That's why I'm wondering if there's a setup for a very nasty outbreak. Because right now there is a very intense flow from the Gulf. Mix that with an intense front out of Canada, and it could get very nasty.
originally posted by: olaru12
I think the changing ocean currents will make the whole weather system prone to severe weather in the Northern Hemisphere. Especially the Gulf Stream changes...
Best not to mention climate change in Texas even though they are experiencing it big time. I predict hurricane season this year to be cataclysmic, even though NOAA predicts an lower than normal season.