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Post by Lobo Sat 18 Feb 2017, 1:29 pm


Strongest storm in years taking aim at Southern California: More than two months rain to be dumped in a couple of hours in some places
Posted: 17 Feb 2017 07:40 AM PST
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Southern California bracing for an 'off the charts' storm
It’s the strongest storm to hit Southern California in many years and is expected to dump torrential rain, with flash flooding and strong winds.
It's all part of one of the most intense storms to strike the region since before the state's epic drought began in 2012, which is likely to bring several inches of rain on average to areas from Santa Barbara southward to San Diego.
 A flash flood watch has been issued for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties from Friday morning through Saturday morning. Evacuations have been ordered in some burn areas. High surf could cause coastal flooding. Powerful winds could result in downed trees and power lines.
Twice the month average total of rain will fall in just a couple of hours in most places.
The storm is expected to dump up to 6 inches of rain on Los Angeles County beaches and valleys and 5 to 10 inches on south-facing foothills and coastal mountain slopes, according to the National Weather Service.  A flash flood watch has been issued for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties from Friday morning through Saturday morning.


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Much of that rainfall is expected to fall within a short time Friday afternoon and evening, with rain potentially falling at a rate of more than an inch an hour, forecasters said.
The storm, which combines an unusually intense low pressure area with a fire hose of moisture whose hose stretches back for more than 2,000 miles, way out to near Hawaii, will rage throughout the day on Friday and into Saturday in one of the most populated and storm-averse areas of the country.

At its peak, winds are likely to gust greater than 50 miles per hour in the Los Angeles and San Diego metro areas, which will cause extensive air travel delays and down trees and power lines. Some areas could see winds approach or exceed 100 miles per hour, particularly in the higher elevations of San Diego County.


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NOAA no surprises! January was 3rd warmest on record for the globe: Sea ice extents in Arctic: Antarctic hit record lows
Posted: 17 Feb 2017 05:28 AM PST
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have issued their first monthly global weather report for 2017 and not surprisingly January was 3rd warmest on record for the globe
They go on to write: If the climate records of late 2016 were any indication, January 2017’s balmy global temperatures — and record-small polar ice extents — will come as no surprise. 
Although I must stress here in Holland, January felt much colder than it has been in recent years and for big chunks of January the parts of the  Mediterranean countries where actually colder than the North Pole which I suppose confirms what NOAA are claiming! Most parts of Europe had their coldest January since 2010.
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Below are highlights of NOAA’s report…


January’s average global temperature was 1.58 degrees F above the 20th century average of 53.6 degrees, according to the analysis by scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information. This was the third highest for January in the 1880-2017 record, behind 2016 (highest) and 2007 (second highest).


More noteworthy findings for January included:
Record-low sea ice extent at the poles
 The average Arctic sea ice extent was 8.6 percent below the 1981-2010 average for January, and the average Antarctic sea ice extent was 22.8 percent below the 1981-2010 average. For both regions this was the smallest January sea ice extent since the satellite record began in 1979.
Above-average snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere

The Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent was the sixth largest in the 51-year period of record. North America had its 13th largest and Eurasia had its seventh largest.
Warmer-than-average lands and oceans

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The globally averaged sea surface temperature was the second highest January on record, 1.17 degree F above average.
The globally averaged land surface temperature was the third highest January on record, 2.77 degrees F above average.


Continents experienced temperature highs and lows
North America had its fourth warmest January on record; South America had its second; Asia tied as sixth; Oceania had its 13th; and Africa had its 21st. Cooler-than-average conditions engulfed much of Europe in January, which had its coldest winter since 2010.

Full Report Here


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