Here we are, Christmas Eve of 2016. It’s amazing how fast the year has flown by!
Some highlights of 2016 for #organicforecasting as a whole…
- Presented the Bering Sea Rule to the American Meteorological Society’s New Orleans Annual Meeting in January.
- Presented the Bering Sea Rule to the local Kansas City AMS chapter.
- Submitted the Bering Sea Rule and East Asia Rule for peer review.
- Recurring Rossby Wave Train abstracts were accepted to the National Weather Association’s Norfolk, VA Annual Meeting in September for oral presentation and Climate Prediction Center Diagnostic Workshop held in Bangor, ME this past October for poster presentation.
- Established contacts within the National Weather Service for continued collaboration into research.
- Josh has streamlined the data section of organicforecasting.com by adding plenty of new items and tweaking the Recurring Rossby Wave Train calculations.
- Interviewed by the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources and taught the Long Range Forecasting Class of Mizzou’s meteorology program our organic forecasting techniques.
Let’s go ahead and talk about a few things this week. What the BSR started to see for the 5 day range on December 12th for the 21st-Christmas Day.