A SNR researcher has found that the temperature of the Pacific Ocean could help scientists predict the type and location of tornado activity in the United States.
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Pacific Ocean temperatures influence tornado activity in U.S.
Pacific ocean temperatures may bring a typical Midwestern winter
A weak La Niña will steer storms away from the Midwest this fall.
Pacific temperatures help direct U.S. tornado tracks and frequency
The temperature of the Pacific Ocean influences the number and location of tornadoes in America.
Tornado Alley shifts eastward this storm season
Tornado Alley will probably see slightly fewer tornadoes this storm season, while areas to its east will see a more than average, says a climate expert at the University of Missouri.
El Nino may be coming, but the soil is still too dry for cooling
The culprit for the dry weather that has parched much of the Midwest may be fading, a University of Missouri atmospheric scientist said. But don’t expect much relief, yet.
Changing Pacific temperatures will give Midwest a break
A climatologist with the University of Missouri is predicting a slightly warmer than normal winter, a little below normal in precipitation and roughly 15 inches of snow for most areas.