Jetstream in the Pacific – one year’s worth of data
In view of the the controversy over Robertscribbler’s article
And in response to Paul Beckwith's article
Which elicited a response from the Washington Post that quoted a range of meteorologists and climate change deniers
And in response to Paul’s latest video providing further evidence
I have decided to take it a bit further by presenting screenshots of data from Nullschool that shows the JetStream in the Pacific over the period from 30 June, 2015 to 30 June, 2016.
I am doing this as a resource that will, hopefully elicit more analysis and discussion.
This data covers the period of the 1915-16 el-Nino. It seems to me that a lot more data, going back several years would be needed to determine if teh Jet Stream crossing the equator in a north-south (or south-north) direction is “normal” or is unprecedented.
I will leave the answer to people who are more qualified than myself
This is the data collected
31 June, 2016
14 June, 2016
31 May, 2016
14 May, 2016
31 April, 2016
30 November, 2015
31 October, 2015
30 September, 2015
31 August, 2015
31 July, 2015
30 June, 2015