Climate Prediction Center

What is Climate Prediction Center known for?


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2009-07-26 date 2005-12-19 author Climate Prediction Center publisher National Centers for Environmental Prediction The average period length is 5 years. When this warming or cooling occurs for only seven to nine months, it is classified as El Niño La Niña "conditions"; when it occurs for more than that period, it is classified as El Niño La Niña "episodes".

; ref El Niño During El Niño events, increased precipitation is expected in California due to a more southerly, zonal, storm track. John Monteverdi and Jan Null. WESTERN REGION TECHNICAL ATTACHMENT NO. 97-37 NOVEMBER 21, 1997: El Niño and California Precipitation. Retrieved on 28 February 2008. During the El Niño portion of ENSO, increased precipitation falls along the Gulf coast and Southeast due

Hemisphere is enhanced due to increased convection in the equatorial Pacific, which decreases tropical cyclogenesis within the Atlantic tropics below what is normal, and increases tropical cyclone activity across the eastern Pacific.


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as ''El Niño'' and ''La Niña'' respectively) and in air surface pressure in the tropical western Pacific. The two variations are coupled: the warm oceanic phase, El Niño, accompanies high air surface pressure in the western Pacific, while the cold phase, La Niña, accompanies low air surface pressure in the western Pacific.

Frequently Asked Questions about El Niño and La Niña url http: www.cpc.noaa.gov products analysis_monitoring ensostuff ensofaq.shtml#DIFFER date 2005-12-19 accessdate 2009-07-17


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, all except one tropical storm formed east of 140°W in the eastern Pacific proper.


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In the Southern Hemisphere, the subtropical jet stream is displaced equatorward, or north, of its normal position, which diverts frontal systems and thunderstorm complexes from reaching central portions of the continent. Electricity and gas companies rely on weather forecasts to anticipate demand which can be strongly affected by the weather. They use the quantity termed the degree day to determine how strong of a use

, a measure of the power of the hurricane multiplied by the length of time it existed, so storms that last a long time, as well as particularly strong hurricanes, have high ACEs. ACE is only calculated for full advisories on tropical systems at or exceeding 34 knot (knot (unit))s (39 mph, 63 km h) or tropical storm strength. Subtropical cyclones are excluded from the total.

it existed, so storms that last a long time, as well as particularly strong hurricanes, have high ACEs. ACE is only calculated for full advisories on tropical systems at or exceeding 34 knot (knot (unit))s (39 mph, 63 km h) or tropical storm strength. Subtropical cyclones are excluded from the total.


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Frequently Asked Questions about El Niño and La Niña url http: www.cpc.noaa.gov products analysis_monitoring ensostuff ensofaq.shtml#DIFFER date 2005-12-19 accessdate 2009-07-17


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Information: East Pacific Hurricane Season accessdate 2009-06-01 publisher Climate Prediction Center archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5hLGigfkm archivedate 2009-06-06 deadurl no At the time, it was the central Pacific's busiest season.


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, Environmental Modeling Center, National Hurricane Center, Ocean Prediction Center, Storm Prediction Center, Aviation Weather Center, NCEP Central Operations, and the Space Environment Center. There is an inverse relationship between tropical cyclone activity in the western north Pacific basin and the north Atlantic basin, however. When one basin is active, the other is normally quiet, and vice versa. The main reason for this appears

September volume 58 issue 17 pages 2545–2558 accessdate 2008-06-24 While this relationship appears robust, the MJO is one of many factors that contribute to the development of tropical cyclones. For example, sea surface temperatures must be sufficiently warm and vertical wind shear must be sufficiently weak for tropical disturbances to form and persist.

in anticipating periods of relative activity or inactivity. There is an inverse relationship between tropical cyclone activity in the western north Pacific basin and the north Atlantic basin, however


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2009-07-26 date 2005-12-19 author Climate Prediction Center publisher National Centers for Environmental Prediction The average period length is 5 years. When this warming or cooling occurs for only seven to nine months, it is classified as El Niño La Niña "conditions"; when it occurs for more than that period, it is classified as El Niño La Niña "episodes".

; ref El Niño During El Niño events, increased precipitation is expected in California due to a more southerly, zonal, storm track. John Monteverdi and Jan Null. WESTERN REGION TECHNICAL ATTACHMENT NO. 97-37 NOVEMBER 21, 1997: El Niño and California Precipitation. Retrieved on 28 February 2008. During the El Niño portion of ENSO, increased precipitation falls along the Gulf coast and Southeast due

Hemisphere is enhanced due to increased convection in the equatorial Pacific, which decreases tropical cyclogenesis within the Atlantic tropics below what is normal, and increases tropical cyclone activity across the eastern Pacific.


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no Only Danny (Hurricane Danny (1997)) made landfall at hurricane strength during the season, although Hurricane Erika and Tropical Storm Grace (#Tropical Storm Grace) also caused damage and fatalities. Those three cyclones collectively caused 11 deaths and $111.46 million (1997 USD, $  USD) in damage.

). A normal season as defined by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has 12.1 named storms (Tropical cyclone naming), of which 6.4 reach hurricane strength (Tropical cyclone scales#Atlantic and East Pacific), and 2.7 become major hurricanes (Tropical cyclone scales#Atlantic and East Pacific).

, a measure of the power of the hurricane multiplied by the length of time it existed, so storms that last a long time, as well as particularly strong hurricanes, have high ACEs. ACE is only calculated for full advisories on tropical systems at or exceeding 34 knot (knot (unit))s (39 mph, 63 km h) or tropical storm strength. Subtropical cyclones are excluded from the total.


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There is strong year-to-year (interannual) variability in MJO activity, with long periods of strong activity followed by periods in which the oscillation is weak or absent. This interannual variability of the MJO is partly linked to the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle. In the Pacific, strong MJO activity is often observed 6 – 12 months prior to the onset of an El Niño episode, but is virtually absent during the maxima of some El Niño episodes, while MJO activity is typically

Climate Prediction Center

The '''Climate Prediction Center''' ('''CPC''') is one of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction, which are a part of NOAA's National Weather Service. It is located in College Park, Maryland. Its roots trace back to the late 18th century, with the United States Army Signal Corp taking over responsibility of the climate program in the late 19th century. Once it became part of the United States Weather Bureau, it was known as the Weather Bureau Climate and Crop Services. From 1957 through 1966, the United States Weather Bureau's Office of Climatology, located in Washington, D.C. and then Suitland, Maryland, published the Mariners Weather Log publication. Late in the 20th century, it was known as the Climate Analysis Center for a time, before evolving into CPC in 1995. CPC issues climate forecasts valid weeks and months in advance.

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