March 7, 2017
UNISYS Enhanced Infrared Satellite of the North and West Hemisphere (click here)
convergence zone is attempting to repopulate over South America. The ITCZ has been absent from it's equatorial physics for at least the past month.
March 8, 2017
by Jeremy White and Henry Fountain
After a mild winter across (click here) much of the United States, February brought abnormally high temperatures, especially east of the Rockies. Spring weather arrived more than three weeks earlier than usual in some places, and new research released Wednesday shows a strong link to climate change...
The northern troposphere has become completely bizarre. This satellite below shows the power of the climate crisis. The ITCZ is completely absent of water vapor and the two vortexes in the Pacific off the west coast of North America has soaked up that water vapor.
March 2, 2017
UNISYS Water Vapor Satellite of the North and West Hemisphere (click here for current 12 hour loop - thank you)
The State of Kansas has become an inferno. It is because of the winds of a vortex that has taken residence in the center of the USA.
Flames and smoke (click here) envelope a grain elevator in Sitka, Kan., early Tuesday, March 7, 2017. Grass fires fanned by gusting winds scorched swaths of Kansas grassland Monday, forcing the evacuations of several towns and the closure of some roads.