Here comes the Polar Vortex

The unusual warm start to winter has been due in part to the progression of a weather phenomenon we call the Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO). The map below shows the forecasted movement of the MJO...

What happened to the cold U.S. winter, while Brazil dryness grows for crops?

Back in October, we began exploring the relationship between historically wet eastern United States summers and falls , as well as what we felt would be a very weak El Nino event, plus analog years...

Hurricanes and Sea Level Rise–Sarasota Jan 25th Climate Change Conference

Last spring, I put out a weather forecast, that I felt that the 2018 hurricane season would be less active than usual. One main reason for this forecast was due to model predictions that El Nino...

The parade of storms creating high surf, wind and heavy rains from California to Florida

While hurricane Irma did billions of dollars of damage to Florida a year ago, the coastal areas around Sarasota to Tampa faired far better than initially feared. Worries of billions of dollars of...

Crude Oil Collapse, Possible Recession, and Our Nation’s Debt Clock

We produced this item on Dec. 7, 2018 -   Jim Roemer Our blogs are almost entirely weather related, discussing commodities and how weather can affect everything from natural gas to coffee, cocoa and...

Cocoa prices collapse on big west African production but could an El Nino type Harmattan jump start prices?

The charts above show a main reason cocoa prices have collapsed--another big production year and ideal weather in countries such as Ivory Coast. But what about the Harmattan Wind? Is there any...

The EPO index, natural gas prices, lower global cotton crops, Trade War Truce?

Given the fact that increased OPEC oil production, additional Russian military threats in the Ukraine and the Trade War chess game have been impacting grain, cotton and oil markets for months,...

A very cold U.S. winter, but that does not change the longer term prospects of Climate Change

A cold winter is on tap for the United States, but that does not mitigate the long-term effects of a warming planet, rising sea levels, and the destruction of reefs around the globe. While China and...

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