Monthly ECMWF Maps

This is for the hardcore folks only, the Sunday night 30 day run of the ECWMF model.  Each map represents the one week average of 500mb heights.  Ridging is shown by positive anomalies and troughing by negative.

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29 Responses to Monthly ECMWF Maps

  1. Ben T says:

    Snowtime at the Apollo please!

  2. W7ENK says:

    Big Joe Bastardi annoys me…

  3. *BoringOregon* says:

    Still feeling that end of the month snow storm !!!

  4. The next couple days we get some light rain, some snow in the mountains. Then it looks like we get right back into the same ol sh**….crap we’ve had since the first of the year. Those longer range maps (if I’m looking at them right) fortell a story of warm and dry, then warm and wet, then cool and damp to begin the March showers and t-storm spell. That’s right, cool and wet for the start of spring…..what else is new.

  5. Sandman, Aloha 300' says:

    It looks cold to me.

  6. Ken S. Salem(500 ft.) says:

    Looks good for a change

  7. Dave in SW PDX (235') says:

    With the ECMWF depicting a ridge along 140W more often than not during the first 3 weeks of February, this probably means drier than normal conditions for the NW, with onshore flow. Cool & cloudy, but not cold.

  8. chris says:

    Looks like the winds are kicking up into the second week, with that high pressure offshore. I think…

  9. alohabb says:

    I wish i was hardcore so i could understand.

  10. Its like… darts on acid.

  11. Lurkyloo says:

    Ridging, anomalies, troughing. Sigh. I am so not hardcore …

  12. Scott Houdek says:

    could it be El Nino?!

  13. wwm says:

    yeah, now that winter is over and the fork has been stuck in it. has the barbque been started and the bottom of the cliff yet?

  14. Ridges are my favorite.

  15. gidrons says:

    Looking better

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