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Philip Pascarelli RMet

Philip Pascarelli is from New York and has Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from SUNY Oswego and is a Registered Meteorologist (RMet) with the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS). He has been with Fleetweather since 2016 and is currently a Marine Router on the Pacific Kraken watch.

2024 Pacific Tropical Cyclone Outlook: Transition to La Niña

As the 2024 Pacific hurricane season approaches, all eyes are on the potential transition from the current El Niño conditions to a La Niña pattern later this year. This periodic shift in ocean temperatures and atmospheric circulation could have major implications for tropical cyclone activity across the eastern, central, and western Pacific basins. While models […]

2024 Pacific Tropical Cyclone Outlook: Transition to La Niña

Sea the Upper Air

Meteorologists have traditionally analysed weather maps of upper air conditions using constant pressure surfaces as knowledge of what is happening aloft is needed to get an accurate picture overall since weather at the surface is influenced by conditions high up in the atmosphere. These weather maps or charts are prepared for several mandatory pressure levels

Sea the Upper Air

Would you like more ice with that?

Ice concentrations in different parts of the world are important for navigators and provide valuable indicators for climate change predictions. We recently posted an article reporting that ice conditions in the Baltic Sea had returned closer to historic norms after a significant period below. In contrast, on the opposite side of the Atlantic, the Gulf

Would you like more ice with that?

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